Wayne Booth

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Wayne Clayson Booth (22 de fevereiro de 1921, American Fork, Utah10 de outubro de 2005) foi um crítico literário estadunidense e professor emérito de Língua Inglesa e Literatura na Universidade de Chicago.

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  • Rhetoric of Fiction (1961)
  • Boring from Within: The Art of the Freshman Essay (c. 1963), panfleto
  • Now Don't Try to Reason with Me: Essays and Ironies for a Credulous Age (1970)
  • Autobiography of Relva Booth Ross (1971)
  • Booth Family History (1971)
  • A Rhetoric of Irony (1974)
  • Knowledge Most Worth Having (1974), editor
  • Modern Dogma & the Rhetoric of Assent (1974), Ward-Phillips Lectures em Língua Inglesa e Literatura
  • Critical Understanding: The Powers and Limits of Pluralism (1979)
  • The Harper and Row Rhetoric: Writing As Thinking, Thinking As Writing (1987), com Marshall W. Gregory
  • The Company We Keep: An Ethics of Fiction (1988)
  • The Harper & Row Reader: Liberal Education Through Reading & Writing (1988), com Marshall W. Gregory
  • The Vocation of a Teacher: Rhetorical Occasions, 1967-1988 (1988)
  • The Art of Deliberalizing: A Handbook for True Professionals (1990)
  • The Art of Growing Older: Writers on Living and Aging (1992), editor
  • The Craft of Research (1995, 2003) com Gregory G. Colomb e Joseph M. Williams
  • Literature as Exploration (1996) com Louise M. Rosenblatt
  • For the Love of It: Amateuring & Its Rivals (1999)
  • Rhetoric of Rhetoric: The Quest for Effective Communication (2004), Manifesto Blackwell
  • My Many Selves: The Quest for a Plausible Harmony (2006)

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