Sister Miriam Joseph

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Sister Miriam Joseph Rauh, C.S.C., PhD (1898–1982) was a member of the Sisters of the Holy Cross. She received her doctorate from Columbia University and was Professor of English at Saint Mary's College from 1931 to 1960. She is the author of several books including The Trivium which is a text she developed as part of the core curriculum of Saint Mary's College. It discusses the medieval liberal arts education based upon grammar, logic, and rhetoric.

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  • Textbook: The Trivium in College Composition and Reading
    • The Trivium Integrated with College Composition (1st ed.). 1937.
    • The Trivium: The Liberal Arts of Logic, Grammar, and Rhetoric (3rd ed.). 2002 [1948]. ISBN 978-0967967509.
    • The Trivium in College Composition and Reading (3rd ed.). 2014 [1948]. ISBN 978-1614276869.
  • Shakespeare's Use of the Arts of Language. 2005 [1947]. ISBN 978-1589880252.
  • Rhetoric in Shakespeare's time: Literary theory of Renaissance Europe. 1962. ISBN 0156770946.
  • Everyday Logic. 1940.
  • Orthodoxy in Paradise Lost. 1954.

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