Making sense of nonsense
writing advice from Lewis Carroll and the Jabberwocky
Ubiquity, Volume 2008 Issue May | BY Philip Yaffe
The absolute, unalterable, incontestable hallmark of a good expository (non-fiction) text is its clarity. Whatever other attributes it may have, if it isn't clear, it isn't good, Likewise, if it isn't good, it isn't clear.