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    "In French, the word for a rough draft is brouillon, derived from a verb meaning "to place in disorder, to scramble." This metaphor suggests a writing process that begins as a journey into disorder, a making of chaos, out of which one eventually forges an essay...In English, we have no equivalent word for a brouillon. Our phrase "rough draft" suggests something that must be smoothed and polished, but not something deliberately scrambled, something placed in disorder..." - Engaging Ideas, J. C. Bean