Letter from M.D. to Dade
My Dear Dade,
Circumstances like the present bring sharply to mind the revolutionary significance of the invention of writing - that meaningful arrangement of marks that interpret and represent sounds, mainly vocal, and both of which capture and transmit our other wise indescribable and exclusive thought. In the process of course, writing has imposed its own discipline upon our thinking, permitted its continuous further development and refinement and induced as well as confounded clarity.