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The question is invalidated by its wording. The 'quality' of any piece of communication can only be judged against the instigator's intent. If bad grammar is used to provoke a calculated reaction from the recipient - then bad grammar is excellent. But to judge the quality of a a piece of writing the reader would have to know the author's intent. Take, for ...


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Writing is judged both objectively and subjectively. Bad grammar, bad spelling, generic labels, clichés, etc can be objectively identified. Long passages of uninterrupted dialog can be objectively identified, long preambles without any action can be identified. Deus ex Machinas can be objectively identified, and explained. There is a reasonable chance a ...


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