Pictures, Parables, Paradoxes
Ingenious Rhetoric: The Visual Secret of Rhetoricality
The Visual Secret of Rhetoricality1
“… the possession of sight is also better than the possession of hearing for one who wishes to praise.”2
“If a picture paints a thousand wordsThen why can’t I paint you?The words will never showThe you I’ve come to know.”3
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