Works about Kenneth Burke

The primary and secondary bibliographies on Kenneth Burke are the culmination of the work of many people. David Blakesley collected the original bibliography, gaining permission from several sources. Permission to draw from the secondary bibliography constructed by William H. Rueckert and published in Critical Responses to Kenneth Burke, 1924-1966 (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1969) was graciously provided by Professor Rueckert, the editor of this important volume. Permission to draw from Richard H. Thames's "A Selected Bibliography of Critical Responses to Kenneth Burke, 1968-86" was generously granted by the University of Wisconsin Press, publisher of the volume in which it appeared, The Legacy of Kenneth Burke, edited by Herbert W. Simons and Trevor Melia (Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1989). New and updated entries have been added here by David Blakesley and Clarke Rountree, with the research assistance of Christopher Milazzo, Jerald L. Ross, Kate Howard, and Marcie Abney. The entries in this bibliography have been written to conform, in most cases, with the documentation style of the Modern Language Association. To make the researcher's task easier, additional information has been added when it might prove useful. [Bracketed] information points the reader to other works in which the particular work has been reprinted. Entries in this secondary bibliography have been arranged alphabetically by the author's last name. Both the primary and secondary bibliographies are regularly updated. If you have information on additional publications suitable for this list, please contact KB Journal.


"American Scholar Forum: The New Criticism" (a discussion of the New Criticism by William Barrett. Kenneth Burke, Malcolm Cowley, Robert Gorham Davis. and Hiram Haydn). The American Scholar 20 (Winter and Spring 1950-51): 86-104, 218-231.

"Announcement." The Dial 86 (1929): 90.

Aaron, Daniel. "The Vagaries of Kenneth Burke." Writers on the Left: Episodes in American Literary Communism. New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, 1961. 287-290.

Aaron, Daniel. "The Letter and the Spirit." Review of The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1981 by Paul Jay, ed.) New Republic, 200 (March 13, 1989): 34-37.

Abbott, Don Paul. "Kenneth Burke’s ‘secular Conversion.’" Horns of Plenty: Malcolm Cowley and His Generation 2 (Winter 1989): 39-52.

Abdulla, Adnan K. Catharsis in Literature. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1985.);

Adams, Robert M. "The Dance of Language" Review of Kenneth Burke and the Drama of Human Relations, 2d ed. by William H. Rueckert). Times Literary Supplement July 8, 1983, 715-16. Burke responds in "Dramatism and Logology." Times Literary Supplement (August 12, 1983): 859.);

Adams, Robert Martin. "Restorations." Review of Towards a Better Life by Kenneth Burke. The New York Review of Books 7 (20 October 1966): 31-33.

Adams. Robert M., Strains of Discord: Studies in Literary Openness, Ithaca. N.Y.: Cornell UP. 1958. 7-8, 210.

Adell, Sandra. "The Big E(Ilison)’s Texts and Intertexts: Eliot, Burke, and The Underground Man." College Language Association Journal 37.4 (June 1994): 377-401.

Albrecht, James M. "Saying Yes and Saying No: Individualist Ethics in Ellison, Burke, and Emerson." Publication of the Modern Language Association 114.1 (January 1999): 46-63.

Alcorn Marshall W., Jr. "Self Structure as a Rhetorical Device: Modem Ethos and the Divisiveness of the Self." In Ethos: New Essays in Rhetorical and Critical Theory. Eds. James S. Baumlin and Tita French Baumlin. Dallas: Southern Methodist UP, 1994. 3-35.

Alcorn Marshall. Review of Kenneth Burke: Literature and Language as Symbolic Action by Greig Henderson. Style 24 (Spring 1990): 132.

Allen, Virginia. "Some Implications of Kenneth Burke’s ‘Way of Knowing’ for Composition Theory." JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 3.1-2 (1982): 10-23.

Allister, Mark. "A Marriage of Pedagogy and Theory: Sequencing and the Pentad. " The Writing Instructor 2.3 (1983): 129-36.

Alpers, Paul J. What Is Pastoral? Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1996.

Altman, Ross Dean. Kenneth Burke’s Relation to Modern Thought and Literature. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI 1978, 38, 5454A.

Anderson, Virginia. "Antithetical Ethics: Kenneth Burke and the Constitution." JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 15.2 (1995): 261-79.

Anonymous. "Psychological Drama." Review of The White Oxen. The New York Times Book Review (26 October 1924): 23.

Anonymous. "Literary Criticism: The Minds behind the Written Word." The Times Literary Supplement (17 December 1954): viii, x.

Anonymous. "The American Jitters." Review of Language as Symbolic Action, The Philosophy of Literary Form, Towards a Better Life, and Malcolm Cowley’s Think Back on Us. The Times Literary Supplement (8 June 1967): 508.

Anonymous. "Farewell to Kenneth Burke." New Republic 209 (December 13, 1993): 10.

Anonymous. Review of The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1981 by Paul Jay, ed. New Yorker 65 (March 27, 1989): 116.

Anonymous. Review of The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1981 by Paul Jay, ed. Virginia Quarterly Review 65 (Spring 1989): 55ff.

Anonymous. Review of The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1981 by Paul Jay, ed. Wilson Quarterly 13 (Spring 1989): 108ff.

Appel, Edward C. "The Perfected Drama of Reverend Jerry Falwell." Communication Quarterly 35 (Winter 1987): 26-38.

Appel, Edward C. "The Tragic-Symbol Preaching of the Rev. Dr. Wallace E. Fisher." Journal of Communication and Religion 10 (1987): 34-43.

Appel, Edward C. "Kenneth Burke: Coy Theologian." Journal of Communication and Religion 16 (1993): 99-110.

Appel, Edward C. "Implications and Importance of the Negative in Burke’s Dramatistic Philosophy of Language." Communication Quarterly 41 (Winter 1993): 51-65.

Appel, Edward C. "Burlesque Drama as a Rhetorical Genre: The Hudibrastic Ridicule of William F. Buckley, Jr." Western Journal of Communication 60 (1996): 269-84.

Appel, Edward C. "The Rhetoric of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Comedy and Context in Tragic Collision." Western Journal of Communication 61 (1997): 376-402.

Arac, Jonathan. "Criticism Between Opposition and Counterpoint." Boundary 2-An International Journal of Literature and Culture 25.2 (1998): 55-69.Archer, S. Review of Contingency Blues: The Search for Foundations in American Criticism by Paul Jay. Choice 35 (October 1997): 298.

Arrington, Phillip K. Tropes, Invention, and the Composing Process. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI 1984 Dec., 45:6, 1740A.

Arrington, Phillip K., and Shirley K Rose. "Prologue to What is Possible: Introductions as Metadiscourse." College Composition and Communication 38 (October 1987): 306-18.

Arrington, Phillip. "A Dramatistic Approach to Understanding and Teaching the Paraphrase." College Composition and Communication 39 (May 1988): 185-97.

Auden W. H. "A Grammar of Assent" Review of The Philosophy of Literary Form. The New Republic 105 (14 July 1941): 59.

Aune, James. "Burke’s Late Blooming: Trope, Defense, and Rhetoric." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 69.3 (August 1983): 328-53.);

Baer, Donald M. "A Comment on Skinner as Boy and on Burke as S-." Behaviorism 4 (Fall 1976): 273-77.);

Bak, Hans. "Contest in Vilification: The Literary Friendship of Kenneth Burke and Malcom Cowley." Review of The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1981 by Paul Jay, ed. Southern Review 26 (Winter 1990): 226-35.

Baker, Lewis. "Kenneth Burke and Oswald Spengler." Horns of Plenty: Malcolm Cowley and His Generation 2.1 (Spring 1989): 9-18.

Baker, Lewis. "Some Manuscript Collections Containing Kenneth Burke Materials." Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 6.3-4 (Fall/Winter 1985): 307-11.);

Ball, Moya. "A Response to Andrew King’s ‘Disciplining the Master: Finding the Via Media for Kenneth Burke.’" American Communication Journal 4.2 (Winter 2001). . Spec. Issue of ACJ on Burke; see Kuypers, Jim A. and the essays by Andrew King, David Cratis Williams, and Bernard Brock.

Barat, Jean Claude. "Kenneth Burke et les ‘New Critics’ ou: Kenneth, Edmond, William et les autres." Recherches anglaises et américaines 12 (1979): 45-64.

Barrett, Elizabeth. "Comedy, Courtesy, and A Passage to India." English Studies in Canada 10.1 (March 1984): 77-93.);

Bates, Ernest Sutherland. "A Spendthrift with Ideas." Review of Permanence and Change. The New York Herald Tribune Books (12 May 1935): 8.

Bator, Paul B. "The ‘Good Reasons Movement’: A ‘Confounding’ of Dialectic and Rhetoric?" Philosophy and Rhetoric 21.1 (1988): 38-47. Bator is responding to Timothy Crusius’, "A Case for Kenneth Burke’s Dialectic and Rhetoric." See Crusius’ "Response to Paul G. Bator" also.

Behr, Martin. Critical Moments in the Rhetoric of Kenneth Burke: Implications for Composition. Ed. Richard M. Coe. Winnepeg, Manitoba: Inkshed Publications, 1996.

Bello, Richard. "A Burkeian Analysis of the ‘Political Correctness’ Confrontation in Higher Education." Southern Communication Journal 61.3 (Spring 1996): 243-52.

Benne, Kenneth D. "Toward a Grammar of Educational Motives." Essay-review of A Grammar of Motives. Educational Forum 11 (1947): 233-239.

Bennett, W. Lance. "Political Scenarios and the Nature of Politics." Philosophy and Rhetoric 8 (Winter 1983): 23-42.

Benoit, William L. "Systems of Explanation: Aristotle and Burke on ‘Cause.’" Rhetoric Society Quarterly 13.1 (Winter 1983): 41-57.

Benoit, William L., and Michael D. Moeder. Bibliography of Several Approaches to Rhetorical Criticism. Annandale, VA: Speech Communication Association, 1989.

Bertelsen, Dale A. "Kenneth Burke’s Conception of Reality: The Process of Transformation and Its Implications for Rhetorical Criticism." Extensions of the Burkeian System. Ed. James W. Chesebro. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1993. 230-47.

Berthold, Carol A. "Kenneth Burke’s Cluster-Agon Method: Its Development and an Application." Central States Speech Journal 27 (Winter 1976): 302-09.

Bessiegravere, Jean. "Kenneth Burke face à quelques ecrivains européens (1921 1932)." Revue de littérature comparée 54 (April June 1980): 174-95.

Bessiegravere, Jean. "Kenneth Burke: Critique, Lecture, Litterature Rhetorique, Linguistique et Communaute de Communication." Oeuvres and Critiques: Revue Internationale d’Etude de la Reception Critique d’Etude des 0euvres Litteraires de Langue 11.2 (1986): 209-18.

Bewley. Marius. "Kenneth Burke as Literary Critic," first published in 1948; reprinted in The Complex Fate, London: Chatto and Windus, 1952. 211-243.

Biesecker, Barbara A. Addressing Postmodernity: Kenneth Burke, Rhetoric, and a Theory of Social Change. Tuscaloosa, AL : U of Alabama P, 1997.);

Biesecker, Barbara. "Kenneth Burke’s Grammar of Motives: Speculations on the Politics of Interpretation." Rhetoric and Ideology: Compositions and Criticisms of Power. Ed. Charles W. Kneupper. Arlington, TX: Rhetoric Society of America, 1989. 82-89.

Birdsell, David S. "Kenneth Burke at the Nexus of Argument and Trope." Argumentation and Advocacy: Journal of the American Forensic Association 29 (Spring 1993): 178-85.

Birdsell, David S. "Ronald Reagan on Lebanon and Grenada: Flexibility and Interpretation in the Application of Kenneth Burke’s Pentad" The Quarterly Journal of Speech 73.3 (August 1987): 267-79.

Bishop, John Peale. "Gulliver on the Subway." Review of The White Oxen. The Saturday Review of Literature 1 (3 January 1925): 427.

Black, Max. Review of A Grammar of Motives. The Philosophical Review 55 (July 1946): 487-490.

Blackmur, R. P. "A Critic’s Job of Work," first published in 1935; reprinted in Language as Gesture, New York: Harcourt. Brace and Company, 1952. 391-394.

Blackmur, R. P. "The Lion and the Honeycomb," first published in 1950; reprinted in The Lion and the Honeycomb, New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1955. 193-195.

Blackmur, R. P. "Language as Gesture," first published in 1943; reprinted in Language as Gesture, New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1952. 3-4.

Blair, Carole. "Symbolic Action and Discourse: The Convergent/Divergent Views of Kenneth Burke and Michel Foucault." Kenneth Burke and Contemporary European Thought. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1995. 119-65.

Blakesley, David, ed. The Terministic Screen: Rhetorical Perspectives on Film. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2003. Uses "Terministic Screens" from Language as Symbolic Action and draws from A Rhetoric of Motives.

Blakesley, David. The Elements of Dramatism. Boston: Longman, 2002.

Blakesley, David. "Kenneth Burke’s Pragmatism--Old and New." Kenneth Burke and the 21st Century. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Albany: State U of New York P, 1999. 71-95.

Blakesley, David. Kenneth Burke and Rhetorical Inquiry in American Criticism, 1920-1950. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1990 July, 51:1, 162A. Degree-granting institution: U of Southern California.

Blakesley, David. Review of Reorienting Rhetoric: The Dialectic of List and Story by John D. O’Banion. The Kenneth Burke Society Newsletter. 10.1 (June 1995): 22-25.

Blakesley, David. "So What’s Rhetorical about Criticism? A Subjective Dialogue Featuring Kenneth Burke and Fredric Jameson." Textuality and Subjectivity: Essays on Language and Being. Eds. Dale Gowen, Ken Mendoza, and Eitel Timm. Columbia, SC: Camden, 1991. 14-20.

Blankenship, Jane, and Janette Kenner Muir. "On Imaging the Future: The Secular Search for ‘Piety.’" Communication Quarterly 35 (Winter 1987): 112.

Blankenship, Jane. "Kenneth Burke on Ecology: A Synthesis." Extensions of the Burkeian System. Ed. James W. Chesebro Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1993. 251-68.

Blankenship, Jane. "‘Magic’ and ‘Mystery’ in the Works of Kenneth Burke." The Legacy of Kenneth Burke. Eds. Herbert W. Simons and Trevor Melia. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1989. 246-76.

Blanton, Shirley. "The Pentad Revisited." English in Texas 26.1 (Fall 1994): 18-21.

Blau, Herbert. "Kenneth Burke: Tradition and the Individual Critic," American Quarterly 6 (1954): 323-336.

Bloom, Harold. "A Tribute to Kenneth Burke." Book World (May 31, 1981): 4.

Bloom, Harold. A Map of Misreading. New York: Oxford UP, 1975.

Bloom, Harold. Agon: Towards A Theory of Revisionism. New York: Oxford UP, 1982.

Bloom, Harold. The Breaking of the Vessels. The Wellek Library Lectures at the U of California, Irvine. Ed. Frank Lentricchia. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1982.

Bloom, James D. "Fellow Travelers: A Canon for Critics." Review of Kenneth Burke: Literature and Language as Symbolic Action by Greig E. Henderson, The Legacy of Kenneth Burke by Herbert W. Simons and Trevor Melia, eds., Kenneth Burke and Martin Heidegger, With a Note Against Deconstruction by Samuel B. Southwell, and Lionel Trilling: The Work of Liberation by Daniel T. O’Hara. American Literary History 2.4 (Winter 1990): 772-83.

Blum. W. C. "A Poetry of Perspectives" Review of Book of Moments. Poetry. 86 I (March 1956): 362-366.

Bonadonna, Angelo. Kenneth Burke’s Comedy of Motives Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1994 Nov, 55:5, 1266A DAI No.: DA9426610. Degree granting institution: U of Illinois, Chicago, 1994.

Bonner, T. Review of The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1981 by Paul Jay, ed. Choice 27 (February 1990): 948.

Booth, Wayne C. Critical Understanding: The Powers and Limits of Pluralism Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1979.

Booth, Wayne C. "Kenneth Burke’s Way of Knowing. " Critical Inquiry 1 (Fall 1974): 1-22. Burke’s responds with "Dancing with Tears in My Eyes."

Booth, Wayne C. "The Many Voices of Kenneth Burke, Theologian and Prophet, as Revealed in His Letters to Me." Unending Conversations: New Writings by and about Kenneth Burke. Ed. Greig R. Henderson and David Cratis Williams. Rhetorical Philosophy and Theory. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2001. 179-201.

Bostdorff, Denise M. "Making Light of James Watt: A Burkean Approach to the Form and Attitude of Political Cartoons." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 73 (February 1987): 43-59.

Bostdorff, Denise M. "Vice Presidential Comedy and the Traditional Female Role: An Examination of the Rhetorical Characteristics of the Vice Presidency." Western Journal of Speech Communication 55 (Winter 1991): 1-27.

Bostdorff, Denise M., and Phillip K. Tompkins. "Musical Form and Rhetorical Form: Kenneth Burke’s Dial Reviews as Counterpart to Counter Statement." Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 6.3-4 (Fall/Winter 1985): 235-52.

Branaman, Ann. "Reconsidering Kenneth Burke: His Contributions to the Identity Controversy." Symposium on "Lost Classics and Their Future in Sociology." The Sociological Quarterly 35 (August 1994): 443-55.

Brandes, Rand. "The Dismembering Muse: Seamus Heaney, Ciaran Carson, and Kenneth Burke’s ‘Four Master Tropes.’" Bucknell Review: A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 38.1 (1994): 177-94.

Bremen, Brian. William Carlos Williams and the Diagnostics of Culture. New York: Oxford UP, 1993.

Bretzius, Stephen. "By Heaven, Thou Echoest Me: Lentricchia, Othello, de Man." Diacritics 17 (Spring 1987): 21-32.

Briggs, John C. "Peter Elbow, Kenneth Burke, and the Idea of Magic." JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 11.2 (Fall 1991): 363-75.

Brinton, Crane. "What Is History." Review of Attitudes toward History. The Saturday Review of Literature 16 (14 August 1937): 3-4, 11.

Brock, Bernard L. "Andy King’s ‘Disciplining Burke’: A Perspective by Incongruity" American Communication Journal 4.2 (Winter 2001). . Spec. Issue of ACJ on Burke; see Kuypers, Jim A. and the essays by Andrew King, David Cratis Williams, and Moya Ball.

Brock, Bernard L, Kenneth Burke, and Parke G. Burgess. "Dramatism as Ontology or Epistemology: A Symposium." Communication Quarterly 33 (Winter 1985): 17-33.

Brock, Bernard L. "Epistemology and Ontology in Kenneth Burke’s Dramatism." Communication Quarterly 33 (Spring 1985): 93-104.

Brock, Bernard L. "Evolution of Kenneth Burke’s Criticism and Philosophy of Language." Kenneth Burke and Contemporary European Thought. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1995. 1-33.

Brock, Bernard L. "Introduction." Kenneth Burke and the 21st Century. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Albany: State U of New York P, 1999. 1-15.

Brock, Bernard L. "Rhetorical Criticism: A Burkeian Approach Revisited." Methods of Rhetorical Criticism: A 20th Century Perspective, 3d ed. Eds. Bernard L. Brock, Robert L. Scott, and James W. Chesebro. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1990. 183-95.

Brock, Bernard L. "The Evolution of Kenneth Burke’s Philosophy of Rhetoric: Dialectic between Epistemology and Ontology." Extensions of the Burkeian System. Ed. James W. Chesebro. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1993. 309-28.

Brock, Bernard L. "The Limits of the Burkeian System." In "The Forum: Burke Revisited and Revised." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 78.3 (August 1992): 347-48. Tompkins and Cheney respond with "On the Limits and Sub-Stance of Burke and His Critics."

Brock, Bernard L., ed. Kenneth Burke and the 21st Century. Albany: State U of New York P, 1999.

Brock, Bernard L., ed. Kenneth Burke and Contemporary European Thought: Rhetoric in Transition. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1995.

Brock, Bernard. "Political Speaking: A Burkeian Approach." Critical Responses to Kenneth Burke, 1924-1966. Ed. William H. Rueckert. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1969, 444-445.

Brock, Bernard L., Mark E. Huglen, James F. Klumpp, and Sharon Howell. Making Sense of Political Ideology: The Power of Language in Democracy. Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005.

Brophy, Robert J. "Meditation on Saviours: A Publication Odyssey." Robinson Jeffers Newsletter 65 (December 1984): 5-7.);

Brown, Merle E. Kenneth Burke. U of Minnesota Pamphlets on American Writers, no. 75. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1969.

Browne, Stephen H. "Webster’s Eulogy and the Tropes of Public Memory." Rhetoric and Political Culture in Nineteenth Century America. Ed. Thomas W. Benson. East Lansing, MI : Michigan State UP, 1997. 39-45.

Brummett, Barry, ed. Landmark Essays on Kenneth Burke. Davis, CA: Hermagoras P, 1993.

Brummett, Barry. "Kenneth Burke’s Symbolic Trinity." Philosophy and Rhetoric 28.3 (1995): 234-51.

Brummett, Barry. Review of Kenneth Burke: Rhetoric, Subjectivity, Postmodernism by Robert Wess. The Quarterly Journal of Speech. 83 (November 1997): 484-85.

Brummett, Barry. "Introduction." In Landmark Essays on Kenneth Burke. Ed. Barry Brummett. Davis, CA: Hermagoras P, 1993. xi-xix.

Brummett, Barry. "Perfection and the Bomb: Nuclear Weapons, Teleology, and Motives." Journal of Communication 39.1 (Winter 1989): 85-95.

Brummett, Barry. "Speculations on the Discovery of a Burkean Blunder." Rhetoric Review 14.1 (Fall 1995): 221-25.

Brummett, Barry. Review of Robert Heath, Realism and Relativism: A Perspective on Kenneth Burke. The Quarterly Journal of Speech 73 (August 1987): 359-60.

Bruner, Michael S. "The 1982 Falklands/Malvinas War: A Case Study in Public Argument." In Argumentation: Analysis and Practices. Proceedings of the Conference on Argumentation, 1986. Eds. Frans. H. van Eemeren, et al. Dordrecht: Foris, 1987. 253-60.

Buchler, Justus. "Literature as Symbolic Action." Review of The Philosophy of Literary Form. The New York Times Book Review (30 November 1941): 36.

Burks, Don M. "Dramatic Irony, Collaboration, and Kenneth Burke’s Theory of Form." Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 6.3-4 (Fall/Winter 1985): 255-73.

Burks, Don M. "Kenneth Burke: The Agro-Bohemian ‘Marxoid.’" Communication Studies 42 (Fall 1991): 219-33.

Butscher, Edward. Review of The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1981 by Paul Jay, ed. Georgia Review 43 (Summer 1989): 419-22.

Bygrave, Stephen. Kenneth Burke: Rhetoric and Ideology. London: Routledge, 1993.

Cain, William E. "The Kenneth Burke Problem." The Crisis in Criticism: Theory, Literature, and Reform in English Studies. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1984. 139-46.);

Cain, William E. Review of Kenneth Burke: Literature and Language as Symbolic Action by Greig E. Henderson and Kenneth Burke and Martin Heidegger: With a Note Against Deconstruction by Samuel B. Southwell. Horns of Plenty: Malcolm Cowley and His Generation 2 (Spring 1989): 50-53.

Campbell, Paul Newell. Form and the Art of Theatre. Bowling Green, OH : Popular Press, 1984.

Cantwell. Robert. "Second Person Singular." Review of Towards a Better Life. The Nation 134 (9 March 1932): 289-290.

Carlson, A. Cheree. "Creative Casuistry and Feminist Consciousness: The Rhetoric of Moral Reform." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 78 (February 1992): 16-32.

Carlson, A. Cheree. "Gandhi and the Comic Frame: ‘Ad Bellum Purificandum.’" The Quarterly Journal of Speech 72 (November 1986): 446-55.

Carlson, A. Cheree. "Limitations on the Comic Frame: Some Witty American Women of the Nineteenth Century." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 74.3 (August 1988): 310-22.

Carlson, A. Cheree. "Narrative as the Philosopher’s Stone: How Russell H. Conwell Changed Lead into Diamonds." Western Journal of Speech Communication 53 (Fall 1989): 342-55.

Carmichael, Thomas. "Postmodernism, Symbolicity, and the Rhetoric of the Hyperreal: Kenneth Burke, Fredric Jameson, and Jean Baudrillard." Text and Performance Quarterly 11.4 (October 1991): 319-24.

Carmichael, Thomas. "Screening Symbolicity: Kenneth Burke and Contemporary Theory." Unending Conversations: New Writings by and about Kenneth Burke. Ed. Greig R. Henderson and David Cratis Williams. Rhetorical Philosophy and Theory. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2001. 143-53.

Carrier, James G. "Knowledge, Meaning, and Social Inequality in Kenneth Burke." American Journal of Sociology 88 (July 1982): 43-61.

Carrier, James G. "Misrecognition and Knowledge." Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy and the Social Sciences 22 (Autumn 1979): 321-42.

Carruth, Hayden. "Three Portraits." Sewanee Review 99 (Spring 1991): 266-72.

Carter, C. Allen. Kenneth Burke and the Scapegoat Process. Norman: U of Oklahoma P, 1996.

Carter, C. Allen. "Kenneth Burke and the Bicameral Power of Myth." Poetics Today 18 (Fall 1997): 343-73.);

Carter, C. Allen. "Late Burke," Quarterly Journal of Speech, 86.2 (May 2000): 232-36.

Carter, C. Allen. "Logology and Religion: Kenneth Burke on the Metalinguistic Dimension of Language. " Journal of Religion 72 (January 1992): 1-18.

Carter, C. Allen. "The Sociolinguistics of Kenneth Burke." Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1982 Aug., 43:2, 439A.

Cascardi, Anthony J. "Calderon: The Enduring Moment." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispanicos 7.2 (Winter 1983): 213-229.

Cassano, Graham. "Over the Carnage: Rhetorical Pragmatism and Social Theory’s Fatal Search for Revolution." Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1991 Nov, 52:5, 1918A DAI No.: DA9129775. Degree granting institution: Brandeis U.

Catano, James V. "Historical versus Organicist Criticism: Spitzer, Burke, and the Context of Style." Language, History, Style. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1988. 126-50.

Cathcart, Robert S. "Instruments of His Own Making: Burke and Media." Extensions of the Burkeian System. Ed. James W. Chesebro. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1993. 287-308.

Chamberlain, John. "Mr. Burke’s Experiment in the Novel." Review of Towards a Better Life. The New York Times Book Review 31 January 1932. 2.

Chamberlain, John. "Rhetoric Finds a Champion in Mr. Kenneth Burke." Review of Counter-Statement. The New York Times Book Review (25 October 1931): 2.

Chandler, Robert C. "Representative Anecdotes in Organizational Communication: Corporate Annual Reports as a Case Study." Journal of Communication Studies 6 (1988): 10-14.

Charland, Maurice. "Constitutive Rhetoric: The Case of the ‘Peuple Quebecois.’" The Quarterly Journal of Speech 73 (May 1987): 133-50.

Chase, Richard. "Rhetoric of Rhetoric." Review of A Rhetoric of Motives. Partisan Review 17 (September-October 1950): 736-739.

Cheney, George, Kathy Garvin-Doxas, and Kathleen Torrens. "Kenneth Burke’s Implicit Theory of Power." Kenneth Burke and the 21st Century. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Albany: State U of New York P, 1999. 133-50.

Chesebro, James W. "Kenneth Burke and Jacques Derrida." Kenneth Burke and Contemporary European Thought. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1995. 166-206.

Chesebro, James W. "Multiculturalism and the Burkean System: Limitations and Extensions." Kenneth Burke and the 21st Century. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Albany: State U of New York P, 1999. 167-88.

Chesebro, James W. "Communication, Values, and Popular Television Series A Seventeen-Year Assessment." Communication Quarterly 39 (Summer 1991): 197-225.

Chesebro, James W. "Epistemology and Ontology as Dialectical Modes in the Writings of Kenneth Burke." Communication Quarterly 36 (Summer 1988): 175-91.

Chesebro, James W. "Extending the Burkeian System: A Response to Tompkins and Cheney." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 80.1 (February 1994): 83-90. See Tompkins and Cheney, "On the Limits and Sub-Stance of Kenneth Burke and His Critics."

Chesebro, James W. "Extensions of the Burkeian System." In "The Forum: Burke Revisited and Revised." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 78.3 (August 1992): 356-68. See also Tompkins and Cheney, "On the Limits and Sub-Stance of Kenneth Burke and His Critics."

Chesebro, James W. "Preface." Extensions of the Burkeian System. Ed. James W. Chesebro, Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1993. vii-xxi.

Chesebro, James, ed. Extensions of the Burkeian System. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1993.

Christiansen, Adrienne E. and Jeremy L. Hanson. "Comedy as Cure for Tragedy: ACT UP and the Rhetoric of Aids." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 82.2 (May 1996): 157-70.

Ciardi, John. "The Critic in Love." Review of Book of Moments. The Nation 181 (8 October 1955): 307-308.

Ciesielski, Dennis J. "‘Secular Pragmatism’: Kenneth Burke and the [Re]socialization of Literature and Theory." Kenneth Burke and the 21st Century. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Albany: State U of New York P, 1999. 243-67.

Clark, Gregory. Rhetorical Landscapes in America: Variations on a Theme from Kenneth Burke. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2004.

Clifford, John, and John Schilb. "A Perspective on Eagleton’s Revival of Rhetoric." Rhetoric Review 6 (Fall 1987): 22-30.

Clifford, John. "Burke and the Tradition of Democratic Schooling: Festschrift in Honor of Ann E. Berthoff." In Audits of Meaning. Ed. Louise Z. Smith. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/ Cook, 1988. 29-40.

Coe, Richard M. "Beyond Diction: Using Burke to Empower Words And Wordlings." Rhetoric Review 11 (Spring 1993): 368-77.

Coe, Richard M. "Defining Rhetoric and Us." JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 10.1 (January February 1990): 39-52.

Coe, Richard M. "It Takes Capital to Defeat Dracula: A New Rhetorical Essay." College English 48 (March 1986): 231-42. Burke’s responds with "A Comment on ‘It Takes Capital to Defeat Dracula.’" College English 49 (February 1987): 221-22.

Coe, Richard M. Review of Kenneth Burke: Literature and Language as Symbolic Action by Greig E. Henderson. University of Toronto Quarterly 60 (Fall 1990): 106-08.

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Cowley, Malcolm. Exile’s Return: A Literary Odyssey of the 1920’s, rev. ed., New York: The Viking Press, 1951, passim.

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Crusius, Timothy W. "Kenneth Burke on His ‘Morbid Selph’: The Collected Poems as Comedy." CEA Critic 43.4 (May 1981): 18-32.

Crusius, Timothy W. "Kenneth Burke’s Auscultation: A ‘De Struction’ of Marxist Dialectic and Rhetoric." Rhetorica 6 (Autumn 1988): 355-79.

Crusius, Timothy W. "Kenneth Burke’s Theory of Form in Rhetorical Interpretation." Recherches anglaises et américaines no. 12 (1979): 82-97.

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Crusius, Timothy W. "Response to Paul G. Bator." Philosophy and Rhetoric 21.2 (1988): 153-57. See Bator, "The ‘Good Reasons Movement’: A ‘Confounding’ of Dialectic and Rhetoric?"

Crusius, Timothy W. Review of Kenneth Burke: Literature and Language as Symbolic Action by Greig E. Henderson. The Quarterly Journal of Speech 76 (August 1990): 340-42.

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Dinneen, F.P., S.J. "Kenneth Burke, The Rhetoric of Religion: Studies in Logology." General Linguistics 13 (1973): 176-95.

Dobyns, Ann. "The Ethics of Argument: Kenneth Burke’s Influence on the Teaching of Writing." Rhetoric and Ethics: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives. Eds. Victoria Aarons and Willis A. Salomon. Lewiston, NY: Mellen, 1991. 101-19.

Donoghue, Denis. "When in Rome, Do as the Greeks," Critical Responses to Kenneth Burke, 1924-1966. Ed. William H. Rueckert. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1969, 479-491.

Donoghue, Denis. "American Sage" New York Review of Books (September 26, 1985): 39-42.

Donoghue, Denis. "K. B. In Memory." The Sewanee Review 102 (Summer 1994): 443-45.

Donoghue, Denis. "Kenneth Burke’s Dangling Novel." Review of Towards a Better Life. Encounter 29.4 (October 1967): 78-84.

Donoghue, Denis. "Reconsideration: TBL." New Republic 173 (October 18, 1975): 29-31.

Donoghue, Denis. Ferocious Alphabets. New York: Columbia UP, 1984.

Donoghue, Denis. Reading America: Essays on American Literature. 1987. Berkeley: U of California P, 1988.

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Doubt, Keith. "A Burkean Hermeneutics for Understanding the Social Character of Schizophrenic Language." Symbolic Interaction 17 (Summer 1994): 129-46.

DuBois, Arthur E. "Accepting and Rejecting Kenneth Burke" Commentary on Attitudes toward History. The Sewanee Review 45 (1937): 343-356.

Duerden, Richard Y. "Kenneth Burke’s Systemless System: Using Pepper to Pigeonhole an Elusive Thinker." Journal of Mind and Behavior 3 (Autumn 1982): 323-36.

Duffey, Bernard I. A Poetry of Presence: The Writing of William Carlos Williams. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1986.

Duffey, Bernard. "Reality as Language: Kenneth Burke’s Theory of Poetry. Western Review 12 (Spring 1948): 132-145.

Duffey, Bernard. "The Dialectic of Dialectic." Review of A Grammar of Motives. The Rocky Mountain Review 10 (Summer 1946): 225-227.

Duffey, Bernard. "A Universe of Discourse." Review of A Rhetoric of Motives. Western Review 15 (Summer 1951): 313-316.

Duncan, Hugh Dalziel. "Communication in Society." Review of The Rhetoric of Religion and The Gutenberg Galaxy by Marshall McLuhan. Arts in Society 3.1 (1964): 93-106.

Duncan, Hugh Dalziel. "Introduction," Permanence and Change: An Anatomy of Purpose. Third Edition. Berkeley: U of California P, 1984. xiii-xliv.

Duncan, Hugh Dalziel. "Sociology of Art, Literature and Music: Social Contexts of Symbolic Experience," Modern Sociological Theory, ed. Howard Becker and Alvin Doskoff, New York: Dryden Press, 1957, 482-497.

Duncan, Hugh Dalziel, Communication and Social Order, New York: Bedminster Press, 1962; Galaxy ed., New York: Oxford University Press. 1968, passim.

Duncan, Hugh Dalziel, Review of A Rhetoric of Motives. The American Journal of Sociology 56 (1950-51): 592-594.

Duncan, Hugh Dalziel. "Literature as Equipment for Action: Burke’s Dramatistic Conception." The Sociology of Art and Literature: A Reader. Eds. Milton C. Albecht, James H. Barnet, and Mason Griff. New York: Praeger, 1970. 713-23.

Duncan, Hugh Dalziel. Communication and Social Order. 1962. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Books, 1985.

Duncan, Hugh Dalziel. Language and Literature in Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1953; New York: Bedminster Press, 1961, passim.

Duncan, Hugh Dalziel. Symbols and Social Theory. New York: Oxford UP, 1969.

Duncan, Hugh Dalziel. Symbols in Society. New York: Oxford UP, 1968.

Durham, Weldon B. "Kenneth Burke’s Concept of Substance." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 66 (December 1980): 351-64.

Dye, Leota Elizabeth. A Burkean Analysis of the Function of American Sign Language in the Deaf Community. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1996 Mar, 56:9, 3371A 72A DAI No.: DA9600169. Degree granting institution: Pennsylvania State U, 1995.

E[hingerl, D[ouglas]. Review of A Rhetoric of Motives. The Quarterly Journal of Speech 36 (1950): 557-558.

East, James Henry. One Along Side the Other: The Collected Letters of William Carlos Williams and Kenneth Burke. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1995 Oct, 56:4, 1354A DAI No.: DA9520526. Degree-granting Institution: U of North Carolina, Greensboro, 1994.

East, James H., ed. The Humane Particulars: The Collected Letters of William Carlos Williams and Kenneth Burke. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2003.

Edelman, Murray J. From Art to Politics. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1995.

Edelman, Murray J. The Symbolic Uses of Politics. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1964.

Edmonds, Michael. Review of The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1981 by Paul Jay, ed. Library Journal 113 (November 15, 1988): 69.

Elder, Dana Craig. A Burkeian Approach to D. H. Lawrence: Perspective on Human Motivation. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1986 May, 46:11, 3357A 3358A.

Eliot. T. D. Review of Permanence and Change. American Sociological Review 11 (1937): 114-115.

Elton. William, A Guide to the New Criticism, first published in 1948; rev. ed., Chicago: Modern Poetry Association, 1953, passim.

Emerson, O. B. Review of Reading Faulknerian Tragedy by Warwick Wadlington. American Literature 61 (March 1989): 124.

Enholm, Donald K. Review of Realism and Relativism: A Perspective on Kenneth Burke by Robert Heath. Horns of Plenty: Malcolm Cowley and His Generation 2 (Spring 1989): 53-55.

Enos, Theresa. "Verbal Atom Cracking: Burke and a Rhetoric of Reading." Philosophy and Rhetoric 31.1 (1998): 64-70.

Ewbank, Henry L. "The Constitution: Burkeian, Brandeisian and Borkian Perspectives." Southern Communication Journal 61.3 (Spring 1996): 220-232.

Farell, James M. "The Speech Within: Trope and Performance in Daniel Webster’s Eulogy to Adams and Jefferson." Rhetoric and Political Culture in Nineteenth-Century America. Ed. Thomas W. Benson. Lansing, MI : Michigan State UP, 1997. 15-37.

Faris. Robert E. L., Review of A Grammar of Motives, The American Journal of Sociology 52 (1946-47): 449-450.

Farmer, James O. Review of Southern Capitalist by Laurence Shore. American Historical Review 93 (February 1988): 236.

Farrell, Kathleen M. Review of Kenneth Burke in Greenwich Village: Conversing with the Moderns, 1915-1931 by Jack Selzer. The Quarterly Journal of Speech 84.4 (November 1998): 528-30.

Farrell, Thomas. "Comic History Meets Tragic Memory: Burke and Habermas on the Drama of Human Relations." Kenneth Burke and Contemporary European Thought. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1995. 34-75.

Faulkner, D. W. Review of Paul Jay, ed. The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1981. Sewanee Review 97 (Summer 1989): 482.

Feagin, Susan. Review of Giles Gunn, The Culture of Criticism and the Criticism of Culture. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 47 (Winter 1989): 101.

Feehan, Michael. "Kenneth Burke and Mary Baker Eddy." Unending Conversations: New Writings by and about Kenneth Burke. Ed. Greig R. Henderson and David Cratis Williams. Rhetorical Philosophy and Theory. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2001. 206-24.

Feehan, Michael. "Co-Haggling with Robert Wess." Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 12 (Spring Summer 1991): 33-36. Reply to Wess, "Kenneth Burke’s ‘Dialectic of Constitutions.’"

Feehan, Michael. "Kenneth Burke’s Discovery of Dramatism." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 65 (1979): 405-11.

Feehan, Michael. "Kenneth Burke’s Dualistic Theory of Constitutions." Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 12.1 (Spring Summer 1991): 39-59. Wess replies with "The Question of Truth Dialectically Considered ."

Feehan, Michael. "Oscillation as Assimilation: Burke’s Latest Self-Revisions." Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 6.3-4 (Fall/Winter 1985): 319-27.

Feehan, Michael. "The Role of ‘Attitudes’ in Dramatism." Visions of Rhetoric: History, Theory, and Criticism. Ed. Charles W. Kneupper. Arlington, TX: Rhetoric Society of America, 1987.

Feehan, Michael. "Kenneth Burke’s Contribution to a Theory of Language." Semiotica 76 (1989): 245-66.

Fergusson. Francis. "Kenneth Burke’s Grammar of Motives." Essay-review of A Grammar of Motives, first published in 1946; reprinted in The Human Image in Dramatic Literature, Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday Anchor Books, 1957, 193-204.

Feyerherm, Joel. "Applications of Kenneth Burke’s Theories to Teaching Technical Writing." Technical Writing Teacher 17 (Winter 1990): 41-49.

Fillion, Bryant P. Rhetoric as Symbolic Action: An Explication of Kenneth Burke’s Theory of Rhetoric and Its Implications for the Teaching of Rhetoric in Secondary Schools. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI 1970, 30, 4942A (Fla. State).

Fiordo, Richard. "Kenneth Burke’s Semiotic." Semiotica: Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies 23 (1978): 53-75.

Fisher, Walter R. Human Communication as Narration: Toward a Philosophy of Reason, Value, and Action. Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 1987.

Fleming, D. "Rhetoric as a Course of Study." College English 61.2 (1998): 169-91.Fleming, Rudd, Review of Perspectives by Incongruity and Terms for Order. Modern Language Journal 69 (October 1965): 396-397.

Fletcher, Angus. "Volume and Body in Burke’s Criticism, or Stalled in the Right Place." Representing Kenneth Burke. Eds. Hayden White and Margaret Brose. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1982. 150-75.

Fluck, Winfried. "Literature as Symbolic Action." Amerikastudien 28.3 (1983): 361-371.

Fogarty, Daniel, S.J. "Kenneth Burke’s Theory" and "Choices and Possibilities for a New Rhetoric," Roots for a New Rhetoric, New York: Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1959, 56-87, 116-140.

Ford, Newell F. "Kenneth Burke and Robert Penn Warren: Criticism by Obsessive Metaphor." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 53 (1954): 172-177.

Forman, Janis. "Collaborative Business Writing: A Burkean Perspective for Future Research." Journal of Business Communication 28 (Summer 1991): 233-57.

Foss, Karen A., and Cindy L. White. "‘Being and the Promis of Trinity: A Feminist Addition to Burke’s Theory of Dramatism." Kenneth Burke and the 21st Century. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Albany: State U of New York P, 1999. 99-111.

Foss, Sonja K. "Pentadic Criticism." Rhetorical Criticism: Exploration and Practice. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland P, 1989. 335-43.

Foss, Sonja K., and Cindy L. Griffin. "A Feminist Perspective on Rhetorical Theory: Toward a Clarification of Boundaries." Western Journal of Communication 56 (Fall 1992): 330-49.

Foss, Sonja K., Karen A. Foss, and Robert Tra "Bibliography: Kenneth Burke." Contemporary Perspectives on Rhetoric. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland P, 1985. 291-304.

Foss, Sonja K.; Karen A. Foss; and Robert Trapp. "Kenneth Burke." Contemporary Perspectives on Rhetoric. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland P, 1985. 153-88.

Fractenberg, David Kenneth Burke and the Dialectical Tradition Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI 1977, 38, 544A 45A.

Fraiberg, Louis. "Kenneth Burke’s Terminological Medium of Exchange," Psychoanalysis and American Literary Criticism, Detroit: Wayne State University Press. 1960, 183-201.

Frank, Armin Paul. "Notes on the Reception of Kenneth Burke in Europe," Critical Responses to Kenneth Burke, 1924-1966. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 1969, 424-443.

Frank, Armin Paul, and Mechthild Frank. "The Writings of Kenneth Burke: A Checklist." In Critical Responses to Kenneth Burke, 1924-1966. Ed. William H. Rueckert. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1969. 495-512.

Frank, Armin Paul. Kenneth Burke. New York: Twayne, 1969.

Frank, Joseph. "Symbols and Civilization." Review of The Rhetoric of Religion and two other books), The Sewanee Review, LXXII (1964): 479-489 (only 484-489 are specifically on Burke).

Frank. Armin Paul, and Mechthild Frank. "A Checklist of the Writings of Kenneth Burke," Critical Responses to Kenneth Burke, 1924-1966. Ed. William H. Rueckert. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1969, 495-512.);

Fraser, G. S. "Technology and Insight." Review of Perspectives by Incongruity and Terms for Order, and Paul Valery’s Aesthetics. Poetry. 106 (August 1965): 366-368.

Freccero, John. "Logology: Burke on St. Augustine." In Representing Kenneth Burke. Eds. Hayden White and Margaret Brose. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1982. 52-67.

Freemantle, Anne. Review of A Grammar of Motives. The Commonweal 46 (17 May 1946): 120-122.);

Fritch, John E., and Karla K. Leeper. "Poetic Logic: The Metaphoric Form as a Foundation for a Theory of Tropological Argument." Argumentation and Advocacy 9 (Spring 1993): 186-94.

Fry, Virginia H. "A Juxtaposition of Two Abductions for Studying Communication and Culture." The American Journal of Semiotics 5.1 (1987): 81-93.

Greenberg, Clement. Review of The Philosophy of Literary Form. Partisan Review 8 (November-December 1941): 515-516.

Gabin, Rosalind J. "Entitling Kenneth Burke." Rhetoric Review 5 (Spring 1987): 196-210.

Gall, Robert. Review of Kenneth Burke and Martin Heidegger: With a Note Against Deconstruction by Samuel B. Southwell. Journal of the American Academy of Religion 58 (Spring 1990): 152-54.

Gallo, Louis J. "Kenneth Burke: The Word and the World." North Dakota Quarterly 42.1 (1974): 33-45.

Gallucci, John A. "Pascal and Kenneth Burke: An Argument for a ‘Logological’ Reading of the Pensees." Papers on French Seventeenth Century Literature 20.38 (1993): 123-50.

Galvin, Brendan J. What the Grave Says, the Nest Denies: Burkean Strategies in Theodore Roethke’s ‘Lost Son’ Poems. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI 1970, 31, 2384A 85A (Mass.).

Garlitz, Robert. "The Sacrificial Word in Kenneth Burke’s Logology." Recherches anglaises et américaines No. 12 (1979): 33-44.

Geertz, Clifford. "Blurred Genres: The Refiguration of Social Thought." Local Knowledge: Further Essays in Interpretive Anthropology. 3rd edition. New York: Basic Books, 2000. 19-35. Originally published in American Scholar 49 (Spring 1980): 165-79.

Gellis, Mark. Burke, Campbell, Johnson, and Priestley: A Rhetorical Analysis of Four British Pamphlets of the American Revolution. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1994 Jan, 54:7, 2555A DAI No.: DA9334350. Degree granting institution: Purdue U, 1993.

George, Ann. "Kenneth Burke’s ‘On ‘Must’ And ‘Take Care’’: An Edition of His Reply to Parkes’s Review of Attitudes Toward History." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 29.4 (Fall 1999):.

Giddens, Elizabeth. "An Epistemic Case Study: Identification and Attitude Change in John McPhee’s ‘Coming into the Country.’" Rhetoric Review 11 (Spring 1993): 378-99.

Glicksberg, Charles I. "Kenneth Burke: The Critic’s Critic." The South Atlantic Ouarterly. 36 (1937): 74-84.

Glicksberg, Charles L. "Kenneth Burke," American Literary Criticism 1900-1950, New York: Hendricks House, 1951, 307-309.

Golffing, Francis C. "Kenneth Burke’s Dramatistic Criticism." Review of A Grammar of Motives. Poetry 67 (1945-46): 338-341.

Gomme, Andor. "Strategic Selection: Criticism by Choice of Terms" and "Burke’s Method in Action," Attitudes to Criticism, Carbondale, IL.: Southern Illinois UP, 1966. 139-144.

Gonklin, Groff. "The Science of Symbology." Review of Attitudes toward History. The New, Masses 24 (10 August 1937): 25-26.

Goodall, H. Lloyd, Jr., et al. "The Performance Appraisal Interview: An Interpretative Reassessment." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 72 (February 1986): 74-87.

Goodheart, Eugene. "Burke Revisited ." The Sewanee Review 102 (Summer 1994): 424-38.

Goodman, Jenny. "Politics and the Personal Lyric in the Poetry of Joy Harjo and C. D. Wright." MELUS 19 (Summer 1994): 35-56.

Goodwin, David. "Controversiae Meta Asystatae and the New Rhetoric." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 19.3 (Summer 1989): 205-16.

Grattan, C. Hartley. "A Novel Not a Novel." Review of Towards a Better Life. The Saturday Review of Literature 7 (19 March 1932): 604.

Graves, Heather Brodie. "Regrinding the Lens of Gender: Problematizing ‘Writing as a Woman.’" Written Communication 10 (April 1993): 139-63.

Gregg, Richard B. "Kenneth Burke’s Concept of Rhetorical Negativity." In Extensions of the Burkeian System. Ed. James W. Chesebro. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1993. 189-207.

Gregg, Richard B. "Kenneth Burke’s Prolegomena to the Study of the Rhetoric of Form." Communication Quarterl, 26 (Fall 1978): 3-13.

Gregory, Horace. "The Man on the Park Bench." Review of Towards a Better Life. The New York Herald Tribune Books. 31 January 1932, 2.

Greiff, Louis K. "Symbolic Action in Hardy’s, The Woodlanders: An Application of Burkian Theory." The Thomas Hardy Yearbook 14 (1987): 52-62.

Griffin, Leland M. "When Dreams Collide: Rhetorical Trajectories in the Assassination of President Kennedy." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 70 (May 1984): 111-31.

Griffin, Leland M. "A Dramatistic Theory of the Rhetoric of Movements." Critical Responses to Kenneth Burke, 1924-1966. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1969. 456-478.

Griffin, Leland M. "The Rhetorical Structure of the ‘New Left’ Movement, Part One." The Quarterly Journal of Speech. 50 (1964): 113-135.

Gronbeck, Bruce E. "Tradition and Technology in Local Newscasts: The Social Psychology of Form." The Sociological Quarterly 38 (Spring 1997): 361-74.

Gudas, Fabian. "Dramatism and Modern Theories of Oral Interpretation" Eds. Eugene Bahn, et al. Peformance of Literature in Historical Perspectives. Lanham, MD: UP of America, 1983. 589-627.

Gudas, Fabian. "The Vitality of Dramatism." Literature in Performance: A Journal of Literary and Performing Art 3.2 (April 1983): 1-12.

Guerard, Albert. "Critics Make Us Think." Review of The Philosophy of Literary Form. The New York Herald Tribune Books (26 October 1941): 25.

Guerard, Albert. "Kenneth Burke and an End to Rhetoric." Review of A Rhetoric of Motives. The New York Herald Tribune Books. (23 July 1950): 8.

Guerard, Albert. "Key Terms of Human Conduct." Review of A Grammar of Motives. The New York Herald Tribune Books. (10 March 1946): 20.

Gunn, Giles. The Culture of Criticism and the Criticism of Culture. New York: Oxford UP, 1987.

Gusfield, Joseph R. "The Bridge over Separated Lands: Kenneth Burke’s Significance for the Study of Social Action." The Legacy of Kenneth Burke, eds. Herbert W. Simons and Trevor Melia. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1989. 28-54.

Gusfield, Joseph R. "A Dramatistic Theory of Status Politics." Symbolic Crusade: Status Politics and the American Temperance Movement. Urbana, IL.: University of Illinois Press. 1963, 165-188.

Gusfield, Joseph. "The Literary Rhetoric of Science: Comedy and Pathos in Drinking Driver Research." American Sociological Review 4 (February 1976): 16-34.

Hafley, J. Review of William Carlos Williams and the Diagnostics of Culture by Brian Bremen. Choice 31 (December 1993): 601.

Hagen, Peter L. "‘Pure Persuasion’ and Verbal Irony." The Southern Communication Journal (Fall 1995): 46-58.

Hambrick, Mary Margaret. The Language of Peace: A Burkeian Analysis of the Peace Rhetoric of William Sloane Coffin, Jr. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1991 Oct, 52:4, 1130A DAI No.: DA9128710. Degree granting institution: U of North Texas.

Hansen, Gregory. "Kenneth Burke’s Rhetorical Theory within the Construction of the Ethnography of Speaking." Folklore Forum 27.1 (1996): n.p.

Harris, Wendell V. "The Critics Who Made Us: Kenneth Burke." The Sewanee Review 96.3 (Summer 1988): 452-63.

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Hassett, Michael. "Constructing an Ethical Writer for the Postmodern Scene." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 25 (1995): 179-96.

Hassett, Michael. "Increasing Response Ability through Mortification: A Burkean Perspective on Teaching Writing" JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 15.3 (1995): 471-88.

Hassett, Michael. "Sophisticated Burke: Kenneth Burke as a Neosophistic Rhetorician." Rhetoric Review 13.2 (Spring 1995): 371-90.

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Hazlitt, Henry. "Two Critics." Review of Counter-Statement. The Nation 134 (1932): 77.

Heath, Robert L. "Kenneth Burke on Form." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 65 (1979): 392-404.

Heath, Robert L. "Kenneth Burke’s Break with Formalism." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 70.2 (May 1984): 132-43.

Heath, Robert L. "Kenneth Burke’s Perspective on Perspective." Pre/ Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory, 6.3-4 (Fall/Winter 1985): 275-89.

Heath, Robert L. Realism and Relativism: A Perspective on Kenneth Burke. Macon, GA: Mercer UP, 1986.

Heath, Robert L. Review of The Legacy of Kenneth Burke, Eds. Herbert W. Simons and Trevor Melia. The Quarterly Journal of Speech 77 (February 1991): 81-82.

Heilman, Robert B. "Burke as Political Threat: A Chronicle of the 1950s." Horns of Plenty: Malcolm Cowley and His Generation 2.1 (Spring 1989): 19-26.

Henderson, Greig. "A Rhetoric of Form: The Early Burke and Reader-Response Criticism." Unending Conversations: New Writings by and about Kenneth Burke. Ed. Greig R. Henderson and David Cratis Williams. Rhetorical Philosophy and Theory. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 2001. 127-42.

Henderson, Greig E. "Dramatism and Deconstruction: Burke, de Man, and the Rhetorical Motive." Kenneth Burke and the 21st Century. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Albany: State U of New York P, 1999. 151-65.

Henderson, Greig E. Review of The Legacy of Kenneth Burke. Eds. Herbert W. Simons and Trevor Melia. Horns of Plenty: Malcolm Cowley and His Generation 2 (Spring 1989): 55-57.

Henderson, Greig E. "Aesthetic and Practical Frames of Reference: Burke, Marx, and the Rhetoric of Social Change." Extensions of the Burkeian System. Ed. James W. Chesebro. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1993. 173-86.

Henderson, Greig E. "Postmodern Burke." Review of Kenneth Burke: Rhetoric, Subjectivity, Postmodernism by Robert Wess and Kenneth Burke in Greenwich Village: Conversing with the Moderns, 1915-1931 by Jack Selzer. University of Toronto Quarterly 66.3 (Summer 1997): 562-575.

Henderson, Greig E. Kenneth Burke: Literature and Language as Symbolic Action. Athens: U of Georgia P, 1988.

Henderson, Greig E. Kenneth Burke’s Dramatistic Theory of Literature and Language. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1982 Apr., 42:10, 4447A.

Hershey, Lewis B. "Burke’s Aristotelianism: Burke and Aristotle on Form." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 16.3 (Summer 1986): 181-85.

Hicks, Granville. "A Defense of Eloquence." Review of Counter-Statement. The New Republic 69 (2 December 1931): 75-76.

Hildebrand, David L. "Was Kenneth Burke a Pragmatist?" Transactions of the Charles Sanders Peirce Society 31.3 (Summer 1995): 632-58.

Hochmuth [Nichols], Marie. "Kenneth Burke and the ‘New Rhetoric.’" The Quarterly Journal of Speech 38 (1952): 133-144.

Hoffman, Frederick J. "The Problem of Influence." Freudianism and the Literary Mind. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press. 1945, 102-104.

Hoffman, Frederick J., Charles Allen, and Carolyn F. Ulrich, The Little Magazine: A History and a Bibliography, Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1946, passim.

Holland, L. Virginia, Counterpoint: Kenneth Burke and Aristotle’s Theories of Rhetoric. New York: Philosophical Library, 1959.

Holland. L. Virginia. "Kenneth Burke’s Dramatistic Approach in Speech Criticism." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 41 (1955): 352-358.

Holland. L. Virginia. "Rhetorical Criticism: A Burkeian Method." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 39 (1953): 444-450.

Holman, C. Hugh. "The Defense of Art Criticism since 1930." The Development of American Literary Criticism. Ed. Floyd Stoval, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1955. 231-232, 239, 240.

Hook, Sidney. "The Technique of Mystification." Review of Attitudes Toward History. Partisan Review 4 (December 1937): 57-62.

Hook. Sidney. "Kenneth Burke and Sidney Hook: An Exchange" (an exchange of letters between Burke and Hook concerning Hook’s review), Partisan Review 4 ( January 1938): 40-47.

Howard. Richard. "Beating His Systems." Review of Perspectives by Incongruity and Terms for Order. Book Week, 16 May 1965, 15, 16.

Howell, Wilbur Samuel. "Kenneth Burke’s ‘Lexicon Rhetoricae’: A Critical Examination." Poetics, Rhetoric, and Logic: Studies in the Basic Disciplines of Criticism. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1975. See Burke’s response, "The Party Line," The Quarterly Journal of Speech 62 (February 1976): 62-68.

Howell, Wilbur Samuel. "Peter Ramus, Thomas Sheridan, and Kenneth Burke: Three Mavericks in the History of Rhetoric." Retrospectives and Perspectives: A Symposium on Rhetoric. Ed. Turner S. Kobler, et al. Denton: Texas Women’s UP, 1978. 91-105.

Howell, Wilbur Samuel. "Peter Ramus, Thomas Sheridan, and Kenneth Burke: Three Mavericks in the History of Rhetoric." Rhetoric and Change. Ed. William E. Tanner and J. Dean Bishop. Mesquite, TX.: Ide House, 1982. 57-77.

Howell, Wilbur Samuel. "The Two Party Line: A Reply to Kenneth Burke." The Quarterly Journal of Speech, 62 (February 1976): 69-77.);

Hughes, Daniel. Review of Language as Symbolic Action by Kenneth Burke. Criticism 10 (Summer 1968): 251-53.

Huglen, Mark E., and Basil B. Clark. Poetic Healing: A Vietnam Veteran’s Journey from a Communication Perspective, Revised and Expanded Edition. West Lafayette, IN: Parlor Press, 2005.

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Huglen, Mark E. "An Image of Online Education as `Poetic Humanism.'" Kentucky Journal of Communication (2004): 43-54.

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Hyde, Michael J. Review of Kenneth Burke and Martin Heidegger: With a Note Against Deconstruction by Samuel B. Southwell. The Quarterly Journal of Speech 74 (November 1989): 496-97.

Hyman, Stanley Edgar. "Kenneth Burke and the Criticism of Symbolic Action," The Armed Vision: A Study in the Methods of Modern Literary Criticism, first published in 1948; rev. ed., abridged by the author, New York: Vintage Books, 1955, 327-385.);

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Hymes, Dell. Review of Language as Symbolic Action. Language by Kenneth Burke. 44 (September 1968): 664-69.

Irmscher, William F. "Kenneth Burke." In Traditions of Inquiry. Ed. John C. Brereton. New York: Oxford UP, 1985. 105-35.

Jameson, Fredric R. "Critical Response: Ideology and Symbolic Action." Critical Inquiry 5 (Spring 1978): 417-22. Jameson is responding to Burke’s "Methodological Repression and/or Strategies of Containment." Critical Inquiry 5 (Winter 1978): 410-16.

Jameson, Fredric R. "The Symbolic Inference; or, Kenneth Burke and Ideological Analysis." Critical Inquiry 4 (Spring 1978): 507-23. Rpt. Representing Kenneth Burke. Eds. Hayden White and Margaret Brose Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1982. 68-91.

Jameson, Fredric R. The Political Unconscious: Narrative as a Socially Symbolic Act. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1981.

Jamieson, Kathleen Hall. Eloquence in an Electronic Age: The Transformation of Political Speechmaking. New York: Oxford UP, 1988.

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Japp, Phyllis M. "‘A Spoonful of Sugar Makes the Medicine Go Down’: Dr. Conwell’s ‘Feel Good’ Cultural Tonic." Speaker and Gavel 27 (Fall 1989-Summer 1990): 2-10.

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Jay, Paul, ed. The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1981. New York: Viking Penguin, 1988; Berkeley: U of California P, 1990.

Jay, Paul. Contingency Blues: The Search for Foundations in American Criticism. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1997.

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Jay, Paul. "Kenneth Burke and the Motives of Rhetoric. " American Literary History 1.3 (Fall 1989): 535-53.

Jay, Paul. "Kenneth Burke: A Man of Letters." Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 6.3-4 (Fall/Winter 1985): 221-33.

Jay, Paul. "Modernism, Postmodernism, and Critical Style: The Case of Burke and Derrida." Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture 21.3 (Fall 1988): 339-58.

Jennermann, Donald L. "Catharsis in Nerinda, a Burkean Approach." Norman Douglas. Ed. Wilhelm Meusburger and Helmut Swozilek. Bregenz, Austria: Vorarlberger Landesmuseum, 2000. 110-16. See also the German and Italian versions in this same volume, ""Die Katharsis in Nerinda, eine Burke’sche Annaherung," 101-09; and "La catarsi in Nerinda, un’ approccio burkeiano," 117-25.

Jennermann, Donald L. "Catharsis: A Key to Kenneth Burke as a Critic for the Humanities." Interdisciplinary Humanities (Fall 1995): 37-44.

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Jennermann, Donald L. The Literary Criticism and Theory of Kenneth Burke in Light of Aristotle, Freud, and Marx. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI 1975, 35, 6668A.

Jennermann, Donald L. "Some Freudian Aspects of Burke’s Aristotelean Poetics." Recherches anglaises et américaines No. 12 (1979): 65-81.

Johannesen, Richard L. "Richard M. Weaver’s Uses of Kenneth Burke." Southern Speech Communication Journal 12 (Spring 1987): 312-30.

Johnson, Rose M. "A Rational Pedagogy for Kate Chopin’s Passional Fiction: Using Burke’s Scene Act Ratio to Teach ‘Story’ and ‘Storm.’ Conference of College Teachers of English Studies 60 (1996): 122-28.

Johnson. Edgar. "Society and the Poetic Mind." Review of Permanence and Change. The Saturday Review of Literature 12 (26 October 1935): 22.

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Joost, Nicholas. Scofield Thayer and The Dial, Carbondale, IL.: Southern Illinois University Press. 1964, passim.

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Joswick, Thomas P. "The Conversion Drama of ‘Self Reliance’: A Logological Study." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 55.4 (December 1983): 507-524.

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Kaelin, Eugene F., An Existentialist Aesthetic: The Theories of Sartre and Merleau-Ponty Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1962, 97-98, 100, 103.

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Kastely, James L. "Kenneth Burke’s Comic Rejoinder to the Cult of Empire." College English 58.3 (March 1996): 307-26.

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Kelley, Colleen. "The 1984 Campaign Rhetoric of Representative George Hansen: A Pentadic Analysis." Western Journal of Speech Communication 51 (Spring 1987): 204-17.

Kelley, Colleen. "The Public Rhetoric of Mikhail Gorbachev and the Promise of Peace." Western Journal of Speech Communication 52 (Fall 1988): 321-34.

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Klumpp, James F. "Burkean Social Hierarchy and the Ironic Investment of Martin Luther King." Kenneth Burke and the 21st Century. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Albany: State U of New York P, 1999. 207-41.

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Knickerbocker, William S. "Wam for Maw: Dogma versus Discursiveness in Criticism." Review of The Philosophy of Literary Form and John Crowe Ransom’s The New, Criticism. The Sewanee Review 49 (1941): 520-536.

Knox, George, Critical Moments: Kenneth Burke’s Categories and Critiques. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1957.

Kostelanetz, Richard. "A Mind That Cannot Stop Exploding." New York Times Book Review (March 15, 1981): 11, ff.

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Kostelanetz, Richard. "Kenneth Burke: Thinking, and Writing About His Thinking, at 92." American Poetry Review 19 (March/April 1990): 19-23.

Kostelanetz, Richard. "Richard Kostelanetz Interviews Kenneth Burke." Ed. J. Clarke Roundtree III. The Iowa Review 17.3 (Fall 1987): 1-14.

Kreilkamp, Thomas. The Corrosion of the Self: Society’s Effects on People. Irvington: New York UP, 1976.

Krutch, Joseph Wood. "Marx as Metaphor." Review of Permanence and Change. The Nation 140 (17 April 1935): 453-454.

Kuczkowski, Richard. Review of Reading America by Denis Donoghue. Library Journal 112 (September 15, 1987): 81.

Kuczkowski, Richard. Review of Giles Gunn, The Culture of Criticism and the Criticism of Culture.

Kuhn, Helmut. Review of The Philosophy of Literary Form, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 11 (1941-42): 223-226.

Kuseski, Brenda K. "Kenneth Burke’s ‘Five Dogs’ and Mother Teresa’s Love." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 74 (August 1988): 323-33.

Kuypers, Jim A, ed. "A Via Media Burke." Spec. Issue. American Communication Journal 4.2 (Winter 2001). . See essays by Andrew King, David Cratis Williams, Moya Ball, and Bernard Brock.

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Lake, Randall A. "Order and Disorder in Anti-Abortion Rhetoric: A Logological View." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 70 (November 1984): 425-43.

Lansner, Kermit. " Burke, Burke, the Lurk." Essay-review of A Rhetoric of Motivies. The Kenyon Review 13 (1951): 324-335.

Le Brun, Phillip. Review of Language as Symbolic Action. Review of English Studies 20 (May 1969): 243-46.

Lee, Ardath C. The Critic as Poet: Studies in the Creative and Critical Writings of Kenneth Burke, Herbert Read, and I.A. Richards. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI 1972, 33, 2384A(Wayne State).

Leff, Michael C. "Redemptive Identification: Cicero’s Catalinarian Orations." Explorations in Rhetorical Criticism. Ed. G. P. Mohrmann, et al. University Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 1973. 158-77.

Leff, Michael. "Burke’s Ciceronianism." The Legacy of Kenneth Burke. Eds. Herbert W. Simons and Trevor Melia. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1989. 115-27.

Leitch, Vincent B. American Literary Criticism from the Thirties to the Eighties. New York: Columbia UP, 1988.

Leland, Richard Wallace. A Rhetorical Criticism of D.H. Lawrence Based upon the Master Tropes of Kenneth Burke. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI 1975, 36, 3212A.

Lemon, Lee T. "Incompatible Virtues." Review of Towards a Better Life by Kenneth Burke. Prairie Schooner 51 (Fall 1967): 350-51.

Lemon, Lee. The Partial Critics. New York: Oxford University Press. 1965, 172-177, 188-199.

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Lentricchia, Frank. Criticism and Social Change. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1983.

Lenz, Gunter H. "The Radical Imagination: Revisionary Modes of Radical Cultural Criticism in Thirties America." European Contributions to American Studies 18 (1990): 94-126.

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Levine, Linda. The Argument on Language and the Language of Argument: Kenneth Burke and Wilbur Samuel Howell. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1992 Apr, 52:10, 3591A DAI No.: DA9207281. Degree granting institution: Carnegie Mellon U.

Lewis, Clayton W. "Burke’s Act in A Rhetoric of Motives. College English 46.4 (April 1984): 368-376.

Lewis, Clayton W. "Identifications and Divisions: Kenneth Burke and the Yale Critics." The Southern Review 22.1 (Winter 1986): 93-102.

Lindsay, Stan A. Implicit Rhetoric: Kenneth Burke’s Extension of Aristotle’s Concept of Entelechy. Lanham, NJ: University Press of America, 1998.

Lindsay, Stan A. Revelation: The Human Drama. Bethlehem, PA: Lehigh University Press, 2000.

Lindsay, Stan A. "Waco and Andover: An Application of Kenneth Burke’s Concept of Psychotic Entelechy." Quarterly Journal of Speech 85.3 (August 1999): 268-284.

Lindsay, Stan A. The Twenty-One Sales in a Sale. Grants Pass, OR: Oasis Press, 1998.

Lipsitz, G. "Sent-for-You-Yesterday, Here-You-Come-Today: American Studies Scholarship and the New Social Movements." Cultural Critique No. 40 (1998): 203-225.

Longenbach, James. "Kenneth Burke’s Element of Grace." Review of Kenneth Burke in Greenwich Village: Conversing with the Moderns, 1915-1931 by Jack Selzer. Raritan 17 (Winter 1998): 151-60.

Lucariello, Joan. "Canonicality and Consciousness in Child Narrative." Narrative Thought and Narrative Language. Ed. Bruce K. Britton and A.D. Pellegrini. Publication of the Cognitive Studies Group and the Institute for Behavioral Research at U of Georgia. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1990. 131-49.

Lyman, Stanford M. "Dramas, Narratives, and the Postmodern Challenge. Sociological Aspects of Literature. Ed. Alfred Schultz. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1998.);

Lyne, John. "Angels in the Architecture: A Burkean Inventional Perspective on ‘Spandrels.’" Understanding Scientific Prose. Ed. Jack Selzer. Madison : U of Wisconsin P, 1993. 144-57.

Lyne, Raphael. Review of What Is Pastoral? by Paul J. Alpers. The Times Literary Supplement. No. 4913 (May 30 1997): 13.

Mackey Kallis, Susan, and Dan F. Hahn. "Questions of Public Will and Private Action: The Power of the Negative in the Reagans’ ‘Just Say No’ Morality Campaign." Communication Quarterly 39 (Winter 1991): 1-17.

Mackey Kallis, Susan, and Dan F. Hahn. "Who’s to Blame for America’s Drug Problem?: The Search for Scapegoats in the ‘War on Drugs.’" Communication Quarterly 42 (Winter 1994): 1-20.

Mackin, James A. Review of Kenneth Burke and Contemporary European Thought by Bernard L. Brock, ed. The Quarterly Journal of Speech 83 (February 1997): 107-10.

Macksoud, S. John, and Ross Altman. "Voices in Opposition: A Burkeian Rhetoric of Saint Joan." Quarterly Journal of Speech 57 (1971): 140-46.

Macksoud, S. John. "Kenneth Burke on Perspective and Rhetoric." Western Speech 33 (Summer 1969): 167-74.

Macksoud, S. John. The Literary Theories of Kenneth Burke and the Discovery of Meanings on Oral Interpretation. Dissertation Abstracts, Ann Arbor, MI 1964, 25, 3742 3744.

Madsen, Arnie J. "Burke’s Representative Anecdote as a Critical Method." Extensions of the Burkeian System. Ed. James W. Chesebro. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1993. 208-29.

Madsen, Arnie J. "The Comic Frame as a Corrective to Bureaucratization: A Dramatistic Perspective on Argumentation." Argumentation and Advocacy 29 (Spring 1993): 164-77.

Mangione, Jerre. "From An Ethnic at Large. " Horns of Plenty: Malcolm Cowley and His Generation 2.4 (Winter 1989): 53-58.

Mann, Charles W. "A Cowley Generation Survey of the Kenneth Burke Papers at Pennsylvania State University." Horns of Plenty: Malcolm Cowley and His Generation 2.1 (Spring 1989): 45-49.

Mann, Charles W. "The Kenneth Burke Collection: The Penn State Library." Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory, 6.3-4 (Fall/Winter 1985): 313-15.

Manning, Peter K. "Drama =Life?" Review of The Drama of Social Life: Essays in Post Modern Social Psychology by T. R. Young. Symbolic Interaction 16 (Spring 1993): 85-89.

Masciandaro, Franco. "The Paradise of Paolo and Francesca and the Negation of the Tragic: A Dramatistic Reading of Inferno V (97-138)." Italiana: Selected Papers from the Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of American Association of Teachers of Italian. Eds. Albert N. Mancini et al. River Forest, IL: Rosary College, 1988. 87-96.

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McCloskey, Donald [Deirdre] N. "The Dismal Science and Mr. Burke: Economics as a Critical Theory." The Legacy of Kenneth Burke. Eds. Herbert W. Simons and Trevor Melia. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1989. 99-114.

McCloskey, Donald [Deirdre] N. The Rhetoric of Economics. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1985.

McCloskey, Donald N. "The Rhetoric of Economics." Journal of Economic Literature, 21 (June 1983): 97-119.

McConachie, Bruce A. "Toward a Postpositivist Theatre History." Theatre Journal 37.4 (December 1985): 465-86.

McConachie, Bruce A. "Using the Concept of Cultural Hegemony to Write Theatre History." Interpreting Theatrical Past: Essays in the Historiography of Performance. Ed. Thomas Postlewait and Bruce A. McConachie. Iowa City: U of Iowa P, 1989. 37-58.

McGill V. J. "Comments on Burke’s Propositions." Commentary on the Burke-Schlauch altercation. Science & Society 2 (1937-38): 253-256.);

McKercher, Patrick Michael. Toward a Systemic Theory of Symbolic Action. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1995 Feb, 55:8, 2374A DAI No.: DANN89339. Degree granting institution: U of British Columbia, 1993.

McLaughlin, Thomas. "Theory as Equipment for (Postmodern) Living." In Practicing Theory in Introductory College Literature Courses. Eds. James M. Cahalan and David B. Downing. Urbana: National Council of Teachers of English, 1991. 261-70.

McMahon, Robert. "Kenneth Burke’s Divine Comedy: The Literary Form of The Rhetoric of Religion." PMLA: Publication of the Modern Language Association 104.1 (January 1989): 53-63.

McPhail, Mark Lawrence. "Coherence as Representative Anecdote in the Rhetorics of Kenneth Burke and Ernesto Grassi." Kenneth Burke and Contemporary European Thought. Ed. Bernard L. Brock. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1995. 76-118.

McWhorter, Ladelle, and David Cratis Williams. Review of Samuel B. Southwell. Kenneth Burke and Martin Heidegger: With a Note Against Deconstruction. Philosophy and Rhetoric 23.1 (1990): 75-80.

Meadows, Paul. "The Semiotic of Kenneth Burke," Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, XVIII (1957): 80-87.

Meisenhelder, Thomas. "Law as Symbolic Action: Kenneth Burke’s Sociology of Law." Symbolic Interaction 4 (Spring 1981): 43-57.

Melia, Trevor. "Scientism and Dramatism: Some Quasi-Mathematical Motifs in the Work of Kenneth Burke." The Legacy of Kenneth Burke. Eds. Herbert W. Simons and Trevor Melia. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1989. 55-73.

Melia, Trevor. Review of A Rhetoric of Motives by Kenneth Burke. Philosophy and Rhetoric 3 (Spring 1970): 124-27.

Melton, John Matthew. Logology, Entelechy, and Rhetorical Piety: A Critique and Expansion of Burkeian Terms. Dissertation Abstracts International, Ann Arbor, MI (DAI). 1996 Nov, 57:5, 1912A DAI No.: DA9631822. Degree granting institution: Regent U, 1995.

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