Heinrich Lausberg (12 October 1912 in Aachen; died 11 April 1992 in Münster) was a German rhetorician, classical philologist and historical linguist specialising in Romance studies. His 1960 treatise Handbook of literary rhetoric, is considered one of the most complete and detailed summaries of classical rhetoric from the perspective of Quintillian's four operations. His daughter, Marion Lausberg, is a classical philologist, too.
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