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  • 1. Arrangement
  • 2. Kinds of cases (kairos)
    • Honorable: immediate audience support
    • Difficult: Audience hostile to rhetor and/or to the issue raised.
    • Mean: Audience thinks the issue is trivial
    • Ambiguous: audience is unsure or has mixed feeling
    • Obscure: issue is difficult to understand.
  • 3. Parts of Oration
    • Exordium (introduction and/or insinuation) Narrative (concise statement of the argument) Partition (a "mapping statement" outlining the key issues to be addressed / arguments to be made)
  • 4. Parts of Oration II
    • Confirmation (the key body section where the rhetor makes arguments in favor of her position)
    • Refutation (the key body section where the rhetor addresses and rebuts possible counterarguments)
    • Peroration (Concluding summary, pathetic appeals, ethical appeals)

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