《On Writing Well, 30th Anniversary Edition》的笔记-第36页
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Such considerations of sound and rhythm should go into everything you write. If all your sentences move at the same plodding gait, which even you recognize as deadly but don’t know how to cure, read them aloud. (I write entirely by ear and read everything aloud before letting it go out into the world. )You’ll begin to hear where the trouble lies. See if you can gain variety by reversing the order of a sentence, or by substituting a word that has freshness or oddity, or by altering the length of your sentences so they don't all sound as if they came out of the same ma-chine. An occasional short sentence can carry a tremendouspunch. It stays in the reader's ear.
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