One is the familiar model taught in high school and college–a matter of outlines and drafts and transitions and topic sentences and argument.
The other model is its antitheses–the way poets and novelists are often thought to write. Words used to describe this second model include ‘genius,’ ‘inspiration,’ ‘flow,’ and ‘natural,’ sometimes even ‘organic.’
Both models are useless. I should qualify that sentence. Both models are completely useless.” (7-8)