Writing Topics: George Orwell

If it is possible to cut a word out, always cut it out

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[This entry originally appeared on Clare Lynch’s blog, goodcopybadcopy] The title of this post is one of George Orwell’s rules of writing in his much-quoted 1946 essay, Politics and the English Language. And it’s a rule that business writers would do well to take more notice of.

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No experience necessary

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Have you noticed that every other thing we?re asked to part money for is an ?experience??

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