When you structure your own work, whether experimental in form or more regular and familiar, you will find structuring processes helpful, in the same way that readers find them helpful in their reading, taking them in steps from one place to another. Structure is both logical and ordered, part of the holistic shape of your work. You will probably find it useful to proceed step by step from abstract through to conclusion, but the whole piece must also be seen in its logical shape using signposts and key words, when both writer and reader step back to see what is being said and how.
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