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- ‘Thomas Sheridan's protests aside, elocution existed as a support to belletrism by legitimizing the rationale, by incorporating its logic into the realm of embodied performance.’
- ‘In the final analysis it was action, not belletrism, that moved him most deeply.’
- ‘If elocution exists to treat delivery as such, we see in the continued tradition of belletrism a kind of bidden theory of delivery.’
- ‘The author discusses the importance of Morgans fiction and belletrism in developing empathy and interest in Italys sufferings and woes.’
- ‘The effect of assigning this kind of importance to the cultivation of taste through belletrism is twofold.’
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