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Post  Elena Mon Mar 26, 2012 8:03 pm

From Medievalists.net:
http://historyoftheancientworld.com/2012/03/rhetoric-of-myth-magic-and-conversion-ancient-irish-rhetoric/
Rhetoric of Myth, Magic, and Conversion: Ancient Irish Rhetoric

By Richard Johnson-Sheehan and Paul Lynch

Rhetoric Review, Vol.26:3 (2007)

Ancient Ireland presents an interesting case for rhetorical study. While the island is usually considered a part of geographic Europe, it long resisted the influence of cultural Europe. Unlike Britain, for example, Ireland was never conquered by Rome, and its pre-literate culture flourished beyond the fall of the Empire. Consequently, the Irish maintained a mythopoetic rhetoric based in narrative. Their stories recounted not only the deeds of their heroes, but also their words. And, like ancient Greece, ancient Ireland also had a class of sophistic rhetors, the Druids. When Patrick arrived around the end of the fourth century, he eschewed the Ciceronian rhetoric of Augustine and instead adapted Christian theology to fit Irish rhetoric.
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