A DIALOGUE CONCERNING ORATORY, OR THE CAUSES OF CORRUPT ELOQUENCE.
. General introduction, with the reasons for writing an account of the following discourse.
. The persons engaged in the dialogue; at first, Curiatius Maternus, Julius Secundus, and Marcus Aper.
. Secundus endeavours to dissuade Maternus from thinking any more of dramatic composition.
. Maternus gives his reasons for persisting.
. Aper condemns his resolution, and, in point... more...