Quintilian Quote

In either case the orator should bear clearly in mind throughout his whole speech what the fiction is to which he has committed himself, since we are apt to forget our falsehoods, and there is no doubt about the truth of the proverb that a liar should have a good memory.


De Institutione Oratoria (c. 95 AD)

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In either case the orator should bear clearly in mind throughout his whole speech what the fiction is to which he has committed himself, since we are ...

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In either case the orator should bear clearly in mind throughout his whole speech what the fiction is to which he has committed himself, since we are ...

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In either case the orator should bear clearly in mind throughout his whole speech what the fiction is to which he has committed himself, since we are ...

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In either case the orator should bear clearly in mind throughout his whole speech what the fiction is to which he has committed himself, since we are ...