Simplicity - Kelvin S. Rubio 10/20/10 Composition 1,...

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Kelvin S. Rubio 10/20/10 Composition 1, Section 075 Journal #2 Professor Petillo Simplicity Writer William Zinsser’s essay “Simplicity” is his criticism toward America writing such cluttered and complicated sentences in English literature. Many time he would complain that people inflate their writing just to sound important. Many people at times would try to write these big words that they don’t even understand themselves so that they sound more mature than they really are; others write all that clutter unintended. Zinsser is no exception. He too has been guilty of the same cluttering and inflation he has solely criticized. The perfect examples are his two rough manuscript he included in the end of his essay. He was amazed on how much clutter he wrote in his essay, and even stated that there could still be more in his essay that could be simplified and it is true. I’ve read his essay several times and I see many sentences that he could simplify, that were either to wordy or contain confusing words. Paragraph 9 contains many cluttered words
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