The late Justice Antonin Scalia, known for his crystal clear and mind-shaping prose, once said this about what makes for good writing: “I think there is writing genius as well – which consists primarily, I think, of the ability to place oneself in the shoes of one’s audience; to assume only what the assume; to anticipate what they anticipate; to explain they need explained; to think what they must be thinking; to feel what they must be feeling.”
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