Speaking of the secret of composition in a single word, it is to write what only you can write with sentences everyone understands.

Hisashi Inoue



The writer says in "Writing Class Of Hisashi Inoue and his 141 Friends" that you should write what is most important to you, painful things and happy things, and that you should write "the little difference" each of you have in plain words, and good sentences move people because of this. He also said that "something difficult should be written easily, something easy should be written deeply and something deep should be written interestingly."


"December 23  2018

from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun"