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Posted on: Mar 9, 2017

You’re not writing a novel or a short story. You’re writing a legal paper. Make it focused.

All writing, indeed, all communication has a purpose: to educate (a fifth-grade science book); to express gratitude (a thank-you email); to schedule a lunch (a calendar invite); to entertain or to teach a moral lesson (most short stories).  The list obviously goes on and on.

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