Robert TreyesUCI Tech Writing 2:00-3:20MemorandumDate: February 26, 2008To: UCI Tech StudentsFrom: Robert TreyesRE: Four Rules from The Elements of StyleThis is the sixth set of rules from The Elements of Style. Similar to the first three memos, they will involve rules of writing. However, there is still a pretty big difference from the other three sets because this week’s set of rules are all about how to write and have a style. The first three were always on rules of writing and grammatical correctness. Rule 3: Work from a suitable designBefore beginning to compose something, gauge the nature and extent of the enterprise and wrk from a suitable design. Design informs event he simplest structure, whether of brick and steel or of prose. You raise a pup tent from one sort of vision, a cathedral from another. This does not mean that you must sit with a blueprint always in front of you, merely that you had best anticipate what you are getting into.
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