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What is a compound discourse?



A compound discourse is a discourse that contains sections belonging to two or more kinds of discourse.

Example (Koine Greek)
  • In the Bible, Paul’s epistle to the Ephesians contains both expository discourse and hortatory discourse.
  • Kind
      Here is a kind of compound discourse:
      A compound discourse is a kind of

    Longacre 1983 14

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