Some time ago I came across one of the Schegge, articles written in 1971 by Giovanni Papini, a controversial Italian intellectual, for Il Corriere della Sera.
Listen to this.
Some say nothing but say it well.
Others say a lot but say it badly.
The worst are those who say nothing and say it badly.
Here, when I write I always think about the risk of ending up in one of these classes.
Am I right, in your opinion?