This work employs drama and imagination to guide the reader to the
discovery of voice. Through this consciousness, the reader is
involved in the role of poetry and rhetoric in the comprehension of
prose from Homer, Plato and the Bible to John Henry Newman, James
Joyce and Norman Mailer and in the role of autobiography in
developing a philosophy of life. From these an interest in methods
develops. Voice and image unite to challenge today's visual
orthodoxy by moving the reader beyond typography to a secondary
orality described by Walter Ong in the work's inspiration, Orality
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