A theory of writing

talking-bubble

This has been bubbling away on my mental back burner for a while now and is, I think, pretty neat. But I get a bit over excited about these sorts of things and am often mistaken. Knowing how keen many readers are to point out flaws in my thinking I thought I’d test out its robustness.

So, here goes:

1. We can only say what we can think.

2. We can only write what we can say.

3. But if we can say it, we can write it.

What does this tell us about the importance of speech?

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