You've chosen a subject (or had one chosen for you), explored it, thought about the topics you discovered, gathered information about them. Now what? Are you ready to begin writing?
Well, yes. But first you need a plan. Perhaps nothing more than a loose sense of purpose, held in your mind and never written jazz musicians call a head arrangement.
Head arrangements can work very you have the right kind of head and if you're thoroughly familiar with the subject.
But sometimes all of us (and most times most of us) require a more tangible plan. One kind is a statement of purpose; another is a preliminary, scratch outline.
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