Works about Burke: Journal Articles by Title

Works About Burke: Journal Articles by Title

Wess, Robert. "1670's Comedy and the Problem of Periodization." Restoration:Studies in English Literary Culture, 1600-1700 11.2 (1987): 87-93.

Blankenship, Jane, Marlene G. Fine, and Leslie K. Davis. "The 1980 Republican Primary Debates: The Transformation of Actor to Scene." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 69 (1983): 25-36.

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

DuBois, Arthur E. "Accepting and Rejecting Kenneth Burke: Commentary on Attitudes toward History." Rev. of Attitudes toward History by Kenneth Burke. The Sewanee Review 45 (1937): 343-56.

Harris, Wendell V. "Adam Naming the Animals: Language, Contexts, and Meaning." Kenyon Review 8.1 (1986): 1-13.

Payne, David. "Adaptation, Mortification, and Social Reform." Southern Communication Journal 51 (1986): 187-207.

Ransom, John Crowe. "An Address to Kenneth Burke: Commentary on the Philosophy of Literary Form." Rev. of The Philosophy of Literary Form by Kenneth Burke. The Kenyon Review 4 (1942): 219-37.

Nemerov, Howard. "The Agon of Will as Idea: A Note on the Terms of Kenneth Burke." Furioso 2 (1947): 29-42.

Todd, Jeff. "Ahab and the Glamour of Evil: A Burkean Reading of Ritual in Moby Dick." Papers on Language and Literature 33.1 (1997): 3-12.

Larson, Gregory S., and Phillip K. Tompkins. "Ambivalence and Resistance: A Study of Management in a Concertive Control System." Communication Monographs 72.1 (2005): 1-21.

Wagner, Geoffrey. "American Literary Criticism: The Continuing Heresy." Southern Review 2 (1968): 82-89.

Knapp, Stan J. "Analyzing Narratives of Expertise: Toward the Development of a Burkeian Pentadic Scheme." Sociological Quarterly 40.4 (1999): 587-613.

Vorster, Johannes N. "'and God Became Human': Conversations within the Humanities." Religion & Theology 12.3/4 (2005): 239-61.

Brock, Bernard L. "Andy King's Disciplining Burke': A Perspective by Incongruity." American Communication Journal 4.2 (2001).

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

Higgins, Kathleen Marie. "Apollo, Music, and Cross-Cultural Rationality." Philosophy East & West 42.4 (1992): 623-41.

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

Miller, John J. "Argument Efficacy: Evaluating the Public Argument of President Bill Clinton's Impeachment Crisis." Argumentation & Advocacy 40.4 (2004): 226-45.

Ricker, Lisa Reid. "Ars Stripped of Praxis: Robert J. Connors on Coeducation and the Demise of Agonistic Rhetoric." Rhetoric Review 23 (2004): 235-52.

Wander, Philip C. "At the Ideological Front." Communication Studies 42 (1991): 199-218.

Stuckey, Mary E. and Frederick J. Antczak. "The Batttle of Issues and Images: Establishing Interpretive Dominance." Communication Quarterly 42 (1994): 120-32.

Howard, Richard. "Beating His Systems." Rev. of Perspectives by Incongruity and Terms for Order. Book Week (1965): 15-16.

Cossentino, Jacqueline. "Becoming a Coach: Reform, Identity, and the Pedagogy of Negation." Teachers & Teaching 10.5 (2004): 463-87.

Enoch, Jessica. "Becoming Symbol-Wise: Kenneth Burke’s Pedagogy of Critical Reflection." College Composition and Communication 56.2 (2004): 279-96.

Richardson, Mark. "Believing in Robert Frost: A Study of Authority in His Poetics." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 37 (1995): 445-74.

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

Olson, Kathryn M., and Clark D. Olson. "Beyond Strategy: A Reader-Centered Analysis of Irony's Dual Persuasive Uses." Quarterly Journal of Speech 90.1 (2004): 24-50.

Fox, Catherine. "Beyond the 'Tyranny of the Real': Revisiting Burke's Pentad as Research Method for Professional Communication." Technical Communication Quarterly 11.4 (2002): 365-88.

Blakesley, David. "A Bibliography of the Works of Kenneth Burke." KB Journal 1.1 (2004).

Adell, Sandra. "The Big E(Llison)'S Texts and Intertexts: Eliot, Burke, and the Underground Man." CLA Journal 37.4 (1994): 377-400.

Winterowd, W. Ross. "Black Holes, Indeterminancy, and Paolo Freire." Rhetoric Review 2 (1983): 28-35.

Geertz, Clifford. "Blurred Genres: The Refiguration of Social Thought." American Scholar 49 (1980): 165-79.

Yoshioka, Kumiko. "The Body in the Thought of Kenneth Burke: A Reading Of "The Philosophy of Literary Form"." Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities 5.3 (2000): 31-38.

Bentz, Valerie Malhotra, and Wade Kenny. "'Body-as-World': Kenneth Burke's Answer to the Postmodernist Charges against Sociology." Sociological Theory 15.1 (1997): 81.

Jay, Paul. "Book Reviews." Rev. of Kenneth Burke: Rhetoric, Subjectivity, Postmodernism by Robert Wess. Modern Philology 96.3 (1999): 417-19.

Frank, David A. "Book Reviews: After the New Rhetoric." Rev. of The Rhetorical Imagination of Kenneth Burke by Ross Wolin (and others). Quarterly Journal of Speech 89.3 (2003): 253-66.

Butler, Sean. "'Both Joined and Separate': English, Mary Antin, and the Rhetoric of Identification." Melus 27.1 (2002): 53-82.

Rountree, Clarke. "Building up to War: Bush's 'Administrative Rhetoric' in the Persian Gulf Conflict." The Speech Communication Annual 10 (1996 ): 5-19.

Hawhee, Debra. "Burke and Nietzsche." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 85.2 (1999): 129-45.

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

Rountree, Clarke. "Burke by the Numbers: Observations on Nine Decades of Scholarship on Burke." KB Journal 3.2 (2007).

Brummett, Barry, and Anna M. Young. "Burke in the Fields: Some Uses of Burke in Communication Studies." KB Journal 2.2 (2006).

Hawhee, Debra. "Burke on Drugs." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 34.1 (2004): 5-28.

Washburn, Richard Kirk. "Burke on Motives and Rhetoric." Approach No. 9 (1953): 2-6.

Jung, Julie. "Burke on Plato, Plato through Burke: Is Plato a Social Constructivist?" Composition Studies 24.2 (1996): 111-24.

Goodheart, Eugene. "Burke Revisited." Sewanee Review 102.3 (1994): 424-38.

Lansner, Kermit. "Burke, Burke, the Lurk " Rev. of A Rhetoric of Motives. The Kenyon Review 13 (1951): 324-35.

Huglen, Mark E., and Bernard L. Brock. "Burke, Clinton, and the Global/Local Community." North Dakota Journal of Speech and Theatre 16 (2003): 19-29.

Gibson, Keith. "Burke, Frazer, and Ritual: Attitudes toward Attitudes." KB Journal 3.1 (2006).

Thomas, Douglas. "Burke, Nietzsche, Lacan: Three Perspectives on the Rhetoric of Order." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 79.3 (1993): 336-55.

Frye, Joshua. "Burke, Socioecology, and the Example of Cuban Agriculture." KB Journal 2.2 (2006).

Fisher, Jeanne Y. "A Burkean Analysis of the Rhetorical Dimensions of a Multiple Murder and Suicide." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 60 (1974): 175-89.

Mullican, James S. "A Burkean Approach to Catch 22." College Literature 8.1 (1981): 42-52.

Hockmuth, Marie. "Burkean Criticism." Western Journal of Communication 21 (1957): 89-95.

Doubt, Keith. "A Burkean Hermeneutics for Understanding the Social Character of Schizophrenic Language." Symbolic Interaction 17.2 (1994): 129-46.

Todd, Jeff. "Burkean Invention in Technical Communication." Journal of Technical Writing & Communication 30.1 (2000): 81-96.

Watson, Edward A. "A Burkean Lexicon." Horns of Plenty: Malcolm Cowley and His Generation 3 (1990): 30-44.

King, Andrew. "Burkean Theory Reborn: How Burkean Studies Assimilated Its Postmodern Critics." Rhetoric Review 20.1/2 (2001): 32-37.

Schiappa, Edward. "Burkean Tropes and Kuhnian Science: A Social Constructionist Perspective on Language and Reality." JAC: A Journal of Composition Theory 13.2 (1993): 401-22.

Bello, Richard. "A Burkeian Analysis of the 'Political Correctness' Confrontation in Higher Education." Southern Communication Journal 61.3 (1996).

Wright, Mark H. "Burkeian and Freudian Theories of Identification." Communication Quarterly 42 (1994): 301-10.

Keith, Philip M. "Burkeian Invention: From Pentad to Dialectic." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 9 (1979): 137-41.

Lewis, Clayton W. "Burke's Act in a Rhetoric of Motives." College English 46.4 (1984): 368-76.

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

O'Keefe, Daniel J. "Burke's Dramatism and Action Theory." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 8 (1978): 8-15.

Aune, James. "Burke's Late Blooming: Trope, Defense, and Rhetoric." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 69.3 (1983): 328-41.

Blakesley, David. "Burke's New Boiks: Get 'Em While They're Hot and before They're Not . . ." Rev. of Kenneth Burke on Shakespeare by Kenneth Burke, and other books. KB Journal 3.1 (2006).

Aune, James Arnt. "Burke's Palimpsest: Rereading Permanence and Change." Communication Studies 42 (1991): 234-38.

Crable, Bryan. "Burke's Perspective on Perspectives: Grounding Dramatism in the Representative Anecdote." Quarterly Journal of Speech 86.3 (2000): 318-33.

Sachs, David. "Burke's Rhetoric." Rev. of A Rhetoric of Motives by Kenneth Burke. Poetry 77 (1951): 295-304.

Baxter, Gerald D. and Pat M. Taylor. "Burke's Theory of Consubstantiality and Whitehead's Concept of Concrescence." Communication Monographs 45 (1978): 173-80.

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.

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

Cascardi, Anthony j. "Calderon: The Enduring Moment." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispanicos 7.2 (1983): 213-29.

Sullivan, Patricia A. "Campaign 1984: Geraldine Ferraro Vs. The Catholic Church and One Master Motive." Journal of Communication Inquiry 11 (1987): 100-07.

Scott-Coe, Jo. "Canonical Doubt, Critical Certainty: Counter-Conventions in Augustine and Kenneth Burke." KB Journal 1.1 (2004).

Crusius, Timothy W. "A Case for Kenneth Burke's Dialectic and Rhetoric." Philosophy and Rhetoric 19.1 (1986): 23-37.

Scheibel, Dean. "The Cat with the 'Strat' Comes Back: A Burkeian-Weickian Primer for Organizing Narrative." Southern Communication Journal 67.4 (2002): 303-18.

Jennermann, Donald L. "Catharsis: A Key to Kenneth Burke as a Critic for the Humanities." Interdisciplinary Humanities 12 (1995): 37-44.

Rountree, J. Clarke III. "Charles Haddon Spurgeon's Calvinist Rhetoric of Election: Constituting an Elect." Journal of Communication and Religion 17.2 (1994): 33-48.

Faulkner, D. W. "Charting a Literary Life." Sewanee Review 102.3 (1994): 70-73.

Buchanan, Richard. "Children of the Moving Present: The Ecology of Culture and the Search for Causes in Design." Design Issues 17.1 (2001): 67-84.

Ballard-Reisch, Deborah. "China Beach and Tour of Duty: American Television and Revisionist History of the Vietnam War." Journal of Popular Culture 25.3 (1991): 135-49.

Moore, Mark P. "The Cigarette as Representational Ideograph in the Debate over Environmental Tobacco Smoke." Communication Monographs 64 (1997): 47-64.

Sanders, Scott, and James M. Jasper. "Civil Politics in the Animal Rights Conflict: God Terms..." Science, Technology & Human Values 19.2 (1994): 169-88.

Darr, Christopher R. "Civility as Rhetorical Enactment: The John Ashcroft "Debates" And Burke's Theory of Form." Southern Communication Journal 70.4 (2005): 316-28.

Westerfelhaus, Robert, and Diane Ciekawy. "Cleansing the Body: Witchcraft Accusation in an African Society as an Example of Multi-Hierarchical Victimage." Communication Quarterly 46 (1998): 269-83.

Feehan, Michael. "Co-Haggling with Robert Wess." Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 12 (1991): 33-36.

Richardson, Alan. "Coleridge and the Dream of an Embodied Mind." Romanticism 5.1 (1999): 1-25.

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

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 (1996): 157-70.

Barett, Elizabeth. "Comedy, Courtesy, and a Passage to India." English studies in Canada 10.1 (1984): 77-93.

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

Murphy, John M. "Comic Strategies and the American Covenant." Communication Studies 40 (1989): 266-79.

Rountree, Clarke. "Coming to Terms with Kenneth Burke's Pentad." American Communication Journal 1.3 (1998).

Baer, Donald M. "A Comment on Skinner as Boy and No Burke as S-." Behaviorism 4 (1976): 273-77.

McGill, V. J. "Comments on Burke's Propositions Commentary on the Burke-Schlauch Altercation." Science and Society 2 (1937-38): 253-56.

Duncan, Hugh Dalziel. "Communication in Society " Rev. of The Rhetoric of Religion by Kenneth Burke. Arts in Society 3.1 (1964): 93-106.

Chesebro, James W. "Communication, Values, and Popular Television Series -- a Twenty-Five Year Assessment and Final Conclusions." Communication Quarterly 51.4 (2003): 367-418.

---. "Communication, Values, and Popular Television Series a Seventeen-Year Assessment." Communication Quarterly 39 (1991): 197-225.

Goodman, A. N. N. "The Communicative Nature of Poetic Metaphor: A Study Based on the Work of Roman Jakobson and Kenneth Burke." ADD X1981 (1981): 01.

D.T.O. "Comparative Studies." Rev. of The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1981, edited by Paul Ja. Journal of Modern Literature 15.2/3 (1988): 252.

Reed, M. Ann. "Composing Dialogues to Express Self-Differentiation and Burke's Rhetoric: A Way to Comprehend Multilevel Inner Growth." Roeper Review 23.1 (2000): 10-17.

Karis, Bill. "Conflict in Collaboration: A Burkean Perspective." Rhetoric Review 8.1 (1989): 113-26.

Ewbank, Henry L. "The Constitution: Burkeian, Brandeisian and Borkian Perspectives." Southern Communication Journal 61.3 (1996): 220-32.

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

Chesebro, James W. "A Construct for Assessing Ethics in Communication." Central States Speech Journal 20 (1969): 104-14.

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

Moore, Mark P. "Constructing Irreconcilable Conflict: The Function of Synecdoche in the Spotted Owl Controversy." Communication Monographs 60.3 (1993): 258-73.

Scodari, Christine. "Contemporary Film and the Representative Anecdote of Unmasking: Coping Strategies for a Narcissistic Soceity." Central States Speech Journal 38 (1987): 111-21.

Bak, Hans. "Contest in Vilification: The Literary Friendship of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley." Rev. of The Selected Correspondence of Kenneth Burke and Malcolm Cowley by Paul Jay, ed. Southern Review 26.1 (1990): 226-35.

Pounds, Wayne. "The Context of No Context: A Burkean Critique of Rogerian Argument." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 17.1 (1987): 45-59.

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

Joswick, Thomas P. "The Conversion Drama of 'Self-Reliance': A Logological Study." American Literature 55.4 (1983): 507-25.

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 (1989): 45-49.

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

Duffey, Bernard. "Critical Moments: Kenneth Burke's Categories and Critiques." Rev. of Critical Moments: Kenneth Burke's Categories and Critiques by George Knox. American Literature 31.1 (1959): 93-95.

Coe, Richard M. "Critical Reading and Writing in the Burkean Classroom: A Response to Mary Salibrici." Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 42.8 (1999): 638-40.

Jameson, Frederic R. "Critical Response: Ideology and Symbolic Action." Critical Inquiry 5.2 (1978): 417-22.

Jay, Paul. "Criticism as Equipment for Living." Horns of Plenty: Malcolm Cowley and His Generation 2.1 (1989): 27-39.

Arac, Jonathan. "Criticism between Opposition and Counterpoint." Boundary 2, An International Journal of Literature and Culture 25.2 (1998): 55-69.

Jones, Steven Jeffrey. "Criticism, Historicism, and the Rediscovery of Lyricism: Frank Lentricchia's Post-Existential Divagations." boundary 2 16.2/3 (1989): 129-60.

Copeland, Thomas W. "Critics as Work Review of a Rhetoric of Motives and Two Other Books." Rev. of A Rhetoric of Motives by Kenneth Burke. The Yale Review 40 (1950-51): 167-69.

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

Butscher, Edward. "Culture and Literature: Three Collections of Letters." Georgia Review 59.3 (2005): 691.

Sutton, Jane. "The Death of Rhetoric and Its Rebirth in Philosophy." Rhetorica 4 (1986): 203-26.

Toker, Caitlin Wills. "Debating 'What out to Be': The Comic Frame and Public Moral Argument." Western Journal of Communication 66.1 (2002): 53-83.

Baum, Rob K. "Deconstruction of National Identity in the Third Reich: Nazisprache Und Geopolitik." National Identities 8.2 (2006): 95.

Young, Beth Rapp. "Defending Child Medical Neglect: Christian Science Persuasive Rhetoric." Rhetoric Review 20.3/4 (2001): 268-92.

Crable, Bryan. "Defending Dramatism as Ontological and Literal." Communication Quarterly 48.4 (2000): 323-42.

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

Jordan, Jay. "Dell Hymes, Kenneth Burke’s ‘Identification,’ and the Birth of Sociolinguistics." Rhetoric Review 24 (2005): 264-79.

Roberts-Miller, Patricia. "Democracy, Demagoguery, and Critical Rhetoric." Rhetoric & Public Affairs 8 (2005): 459-76.

Ivie, Robert L. "Democratic Dissent and the Trick of Rhetorical Critique." Cultural Studies/Critical Methodologies 5.3 (2005): 276.

Standish, Paul. "Democratic Participation and the Body Politic." Educational Theory 55.4 (2005): 371-84.

Duffey, Bernard. "The Dialectic of Dialectic." Rev. of A Grammar of Motives by Kenneth Burke. The Rocky Mountain Review 10 (1946): 225-27.

Olbrys, Stephen Gencarella. "Disciplining the Carnivalesque: Chris Farley's Exotic Dance." Communication & Critical/Cultural Studies 3.3 (2006): 240-59.

King, Andrew. "Disciplining the Master: Finding the Via Media for Kenneth Burke." American Communication Journal 4.2 (2001).

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.

Salibrici, Mary M. "Dissonance and Rhetorical Inquiry: A Burkean Model for Critical Reading and Writing." Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 42.8 (1998): 628-37.

Stuckey, Mary E. "‘the Domain of Public Consciousness’: Woodrow Wilson and the Establishment of a Transcendent Political Order." Rhetoric and Public Affairs 6.1 (2003): 1-24.

Hubler, Mike. "The Drama of a Technological Society: Using Kenneth Burke to Symbolically Explore the Technological Worldview Discovered by Jacques Ellul." KB Journal 1.2 (2005).

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

Burks, Don M. "Dramatic Irony, Collaboration, and Kenneth Burke's Theory of Form." Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory.3-4 (1985).

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

Winterowd, W. Ross. "Dramatism in Themes and Poems." College Education 45 (1983): 581-88.

Huyink, Cynthia J. "A Dramatistic Analysis of Sexual Politics by Kate Millett." Women's Studies in Communication 3 (1979): 1-6.

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

Kneupper, Charles W. "Dramatistic Invention: The Pentad as a Heuristic Procedure." Rhetoric Society Quarterly 9 (1979): 130-36.

O'Leary, Stephen. "A Dramatistic Theory of Apocalyptic Rhetoric." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 79 (1993): 385-426.

Gronbeck, Bruce E. "Dramaturgical Theory and Criticism: The State of the Art (of Science?)." Western Journal of Speech Communication 44.4 (1980): 315-30.

Rosenfeld, Isaac. "Dry Watershed " Rev. of A Grammar of Motives by Kenneth Burke. The Kenyon Review 8 (1946): 310-17.

Wess, Robert. "Ecocriticism and Kenneth Burke: An Introduction." KB Journal 2.2 (2006).

Levasseur, David G. "Edifying Arguments and Perspective by Incongruity: The Perplexing Argumentation Method of Kenneth Burke." Argumentation and Advocacy 29 (1993): 195-203.

Rountree, Clarke, and Mark E. Huglen. "Editor's Essay: Toward the Next Phase." KB Journal 1.1 (2004).

Brummett, Barry. "Electric Literature as Equipment for Living: Haunted House Films." Critical Studies in Mass Communication 2 (1985): 247-61.

Thomas, Heather Kirk. "Emily Dickinson's 'Renunciation' and Anorexia Nervosa." American Literature 60.2 (1988): 205-25.

Kempf, James. "Encountering the Avant Garde: Malcolm Cowley in France, 1921-1922." The Southern Review 20.1 (1984): 12-28.

Garrison, Charles E. "The Energy Crisis: A Process of Social Definition." Qualitative Sociology 4.4 (1981): 312-23.

Blankenship, Jane and Barbara Sweeney. "The 'Energy of Form." Central States Speech Journal 31 (1980): 172-83.

Fallows, Randall. "The Enneagram of Cheers: Where Everybody Knows Your Number." Journal of Popular Culture 34.2 (2000): 169-79.

Muir, Star A. "Entelechy and Self Fulfillment: 'Acres of Diamonds' as a Vocabulary of 'Progress'." Speaker and Gravel 27 (1989/1990): 20-28.

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

Schwarze, Steven. "Environmental Melodrama." Quarterly Journal of Speech 92.3 (2006): 239-61.

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

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

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

Carroll, Jeffrey. "Essence, Stasis and Dialectic: Ways That Terms Can Mean." Rhetoric Review 23 (2004): 156-70.

Shultz, Kara. "Every Implanted Child a Star (and Some Other Failures): Guilt and Shame in the Cochlear Implant Debate." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 86.3 (2000): 251-75.

Schultz, Kara. "Every Implemented Child a Star (and Some Failures): Guilt and Shame in the Cochlear Implant Debate." Quarterly Journal of Speech 86 (2000): 251-75.

Gingrich, Nadine. ""Every Man Who Dies, Dies for You and Me. See You Be Worthy": The Image of the Hero as Rhetorical Motivation in Unofficial War Propaganda, 1914-1918." War, Literature & the Arts: An International Journal of the Humanities 17.1/2 (2005): 108-17.

Mendelson, Michael. "Everything Must Be Argued: Rhetorical Theory and Pedagogical Practice in Cicero's De Oratore[*]." Journal of Education 179.1 (1997): 15-47.

Nemerov, Howard. "Everything, Preferably All at Once: Coming to Terms with Kenneth Burke." Sewanee Review 79 (1971): 189-201.

Wiant, Fredel M. "Exploiting Factional Discourse: Wedge Issues in Contemporary American Political Campaigns." Southern Communication Journal 67 (2002): 276-89.

Chesebro, James W. "Extending the Burkeian System: A Response to Tompkins and Cheney." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 80.1 (1994): 83-90.

---. "Extensions of the Burkeian System." The Quarterly Journal of Speech 78.3 (1992): 356-68.

Bloom, James. "Fellow Travelers: A Canon for Critics." American Literary History 2.4 (1990): 772-80.

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

Moran, Michael G. "Figures of Speech as Persuasive Strategies in Early Commercial Communication: The Use of Dominant Figures in the Raleigh Reports About Virginia in the 1580s." Technical Communication Quarterly 14.2 (2005): 183-96.

Maddux, Kristy. "Finding Comedy in Theology: A Hopeful Supplement to Kenneth Burke's Logology." Philosophy & Rhetoric 39.3 (2006): 208-32.

Valesio, paolo. "Fine Della Decostruzione." Alfabeta 77 (1985): 35.

Thames, Richard H. "A Flawed Stone Fitting Its Nineteenth-Century Setting: A Burkeian Analysis of Russell Conewell's 'Acres of Diamonds'." Speaker and Gavel 27 (1989-1990): 11-19.

Munson, Gorham B. "The Fledgling Years, 1916-1924." The Sewanee Review 40 (1932): 24-54.

Scollon, Ron. "Food and Behavior: A Burkean Motive Analysis of a Quasi-Medical Text." Text & Talk 26.1 (2006): 107-25.

Manolescu, Beth Innocenti. "Formal Propriety as Rhetorical Norm." Argumentation 18 (2004): 113-25.

Quinn, David. "The Four Master Tropes as Informing Principles." Hispania: A Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Teaching of Spanish and Portuguese 66.2 (1983): 242-52.

Holmes, David G. "The Fragmented Whole: Ralph Ellison, Kenneth Burke, and the Cultural Literacy Debate." CLA Journal 43.3 (2000): 261-75.

Condit, Celeste. "Framing Kenneth Burke: Sad Tragedy or Comic Dance?" The Quarterly Journal of Speech 80.1 (1994): 77-82.

Wess, Robert. "Frank Lentricchia's Criticism and Social Change: The Literary Intellectual as Pragmatic Humanist." Minnesota Review 27 (1986): 123-31.

Moore, Mark P. "From a Government of the People, to a People of the Government." Quarterly Journal of Speech 82.1 (1996): 22-37.

Mangione, Jerre. "From an Ethnic at Large." Horns of Plenty: Malcolm Cowley and His Generation.4 (1989): 53-58.

Vandenberg, Kathleen M. "From Er to Ecocomposition and Ecopoetics: Finding a Place for Professional Communication." Technical Communication Quarterly 14 (2005): 359-73.

Smith, Charles Daniel. "From the Discipline of Literary Criticism." Communication Quarterly 3 (1955): 33-34.

Poirier, Richard. "Frost, Winnicott, Burke." Raritan 2.2 (1982): 114-27.

Porter, Kevin J. "Games of Perfect Information: Computer and the Metanarratives of Emancipation and Progress." SubStance: A Review of Theory and Literary Criticism 25.1 (1996): 24-45.

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

Nemerov, Howard. "Gnomic Variations for Kenneth Burke (Poems)." Kenyon Review 5.3 (1983): 23-25.

Mieder, Wolfgang. ""Good Fences Make Good Neighbours": History and Significance of an Ambiguous Proverb." Folklore 114.2 (2003): 155-79.

Bator, Paul B. "The 'Good Reasons Movement': A 'Confounding' of Dialectic and Rhetoric?" Philosophy and Rhetoric 21.1 (1988): 38-47.

Thames, Richard H. "The Gordian Not: Untangling the Motivorum." KB Journal 3.2 (2007).

Roy, Alice. "The Grammar and Rhetoric of Inclusion." College English 57.2 (1995): 182-95.

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