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“Handwritten corrections on typed work (stuff crossed out, added, words respelled) are not only accepted but encouraged, since they’re usually signs of sedulous proofreading. Better right than neat (as long as it’s readable).”

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source: Syllabus for David Foster Wallace’s class “English 102-Literary Analysis: Prose Fiction Fall ’94,” Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin; link here

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