26.0 Catching up
Tonight, the last of summer grading and some more thinking.
I could make a career out of this. Imagine:
1. Book one, Richards, Cambridge and the New Rhetoric
2. Book two, Toulmin , Cambridge and the New Rhetoric (with William Keith)
3. Book three, Rhetoric at Cambridge: from the medieval trivium to the common-place book to Cornford and the start of the 20th century
Then, when I am really famous, compile the three into a set: The Cambridge History of Rhetoric?