Lucina S.

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Editing for parallelism: one writing lesson from the shortest literary form

Posted by Lucina S. on 7/30/20 6:35 PM

When I teach my students to become their own editors, I often tell them to be on the lookout for opportunities to use parallelism. Parallelism is the repetition of the same grammatical structure in successive parts of a sentence. (Grammatical structure is just a fancy way of saying some combination of nouns, verbs, and other parts of speech.)

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