Attitude part of hexad

Irene Ward iward at ksu.edu
Fri Oct 26 12:04:06 EST 2001


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David and all,=20

David now that I have your book and know that the pentad is really a =
hexad, I'm curious where Burke makes the addition of "attitude."=20

Irene Ward
English--Kansas State Univ
785-532-2152
iward at ksu.edu

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