Introduction: Theory and Practice
 expand sectionChapter One  Ambiance, Rhetoric, and the Meaning of Things
 expand sectionChapter Two  Transforming the Visible: In Catilinam 1 and 3
 collapse sectionChapter Three Signa and Signifiers: A World Created
 Rhetorical Theory: Enargeia and Memory
 The Rhetorical Challenge of In Verrem II.4 ("De Signis")
 collapse sectionThe Rhetorical Solution
 The Statues of Heius of Messana
 The Candelabrum of Antiochus of Syria
 Diana of Segesta
 Ceres of Henna
 Narrative Form and Rhetorical Intent
 The Seen and the Unseen
 expand sectionChapter Four Ethos and Locus : Ancient Perspectives
 expand sectionChapter Five  Place and Commonplace: Country and City
 expand sectionChapter Six  Ethnic Personae
 expand sectionConclusion

 expand sectionGeneral Index
 expand sectionIndex of Ancient Authors

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