300 Best Word Puzzles. by Henry Ernest, Dudeney

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They suggest that Palladius wrote not as a biographer or as a detached historian, but as an advocate pleading a cause, and that he composed the Dialogue according to the principles of judicial rhetoric. Judicial rhetorical theory not only clarifies the Dialogue's complex arrangement, it also reveals the purpose and value of its historical narrative. The Tell‐Tale Sign Of Courtroom Rhetoric Palladius set his story in Rome as a dialogue occurring between a young Roman deacon named Theodore, and an elderly bishop visiting from the east, who was left anonymous but was identified as a partisan of John.

It is foolish to criticize Palladius for not having written his narration as an objective history or biography—as though one has ever been written—because that was not his intention. He wrote a narration that would (p. 51 ) persuade his audience that the arguments to follow were valid. Was it a partisan account? Yes, indeed! That was precisely the point. 2012 20:02 Advocacy in the Dialogue on the Life of St John Chrysostom : Palladius ... com/view/10... narration of events, it played only a subordinate role to the argumentation.

41–2. The duration of their journey may be guessed by similar trips that were conducted in antiquity, for which see Casson, Travel, 190–3, and 315. 12–13; cf. Ph. Koukoulès and R. Guilland, ‘Études sur la vie privée des Byzantins: Voleurs et prisons à Byzance’, Revue des études grecques 61 (1948): 118–36, at 129–30. John Chrysostom sent a letter to Palladius when the latter was imprisoned, saying: Θρηνου̑μεν δὲ τὸν κοινὸν τω̑ν ἐκκλησιω̑ν χειμω̑να, καὶ τὸ τὴν οἰκουμένην καταλαβὸν ναυάγιον, καὶ πάντας ὑμα̑ς παρακαλου̑μεν εὐχαι̑ς βοηθει̑ν, ὥστε τὴν πανωλεθρίαν ταύτην λυθη̑ναί ποτε, καὶ εἰς λευκὴν ἅπαντα μεταβαλει̑ν γαλήνην.

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