2006 September 29
Chapter 2 begins with a quote by William H. Gass:
Simplicity is not a given. It is an achievement, a human invention, a discovery, a beloved belief.It is from this starting point that Virginia Tufte masterfully dissects Gass' construct above to reveals its underlying literate complexity. I always knew that writing isn't simple, and I was glad to see the craft so welllaw2-ed.