LilyMQ
  • LilyMQ
I'm in AP English, and we need to write a review on a book about rhetoric and the art of persuasion. Which would make more sense... "This book is essentially a rhetoric bible," or "this book is essentially a rhetorical bible?"
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LilyMQ
  • LilyMQ
It's the first one, right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
LilyMQ
  • LilyMQ
okay thank you

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Rhetoric is a noun. Rhetorical is an adjective.

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