Summary of Malcolm Gladwell’s Masterclass on Writing

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  1. Go for the imperfect argument. Because the perfect argument is too obvious, too overused, and no longer intrigues. It’s the works of art with some glaring flaws that get people talking. Imperfections allow for diversions and questions that perhaps can never be fully answered, and that’s often where the most…

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