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Aristotle, Rhetoric (ed. J. H. Freese), book 3, chapter 2 (search)
“‘convey’ the wise it call” (Merry Wives, I. iii.). Either the euphemistic or unfavorable application of the term may be adopted.; and so it is allowable to say that the man who has committed a crime has “made a mistake,” that the man who has “made a mistake” is “guilty of crime”, and that one who has committed a theft has either “taken” or “ravaged.” The saying in the Telephus of Euripides, Ruling over the oar and having landed in Mysia, is inappropriate, because the word ruling exceeds the dignity of the subject, and so the artifice can be seen. Forms of words also are faulty, if they do not express an agreeable sound; for instance, Dionysius the BrazenAccording to Athenaeus, p. 669, he was a poet and rhetorician who recommended the Athenians to use bronze money. in his elegiacs speaks of poetry as the scream of Calliope; both are