A look at how reading influences writing and how writers must be aware of how propaganda works.

Writing is one of those complex skills that can be taught only so far and no further. Once you know how the grammar works and have a fair amount of vocabulary in the arsenal, you are on your own as regards to how you put everything together and create what can credibly be described as good writing. By good writing, I mean a work which, along with an elegant turn of phrasing, shows clarity of expression and clarity of thought, makes the precise point it wants to, and can be reasonably understood by a knowledgeable audience, should they choose to read it.

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