But what have you got against paragraphs?

“Tom Robbins says that when he starts a book, he has no idea of what the story will be. He never outlines and never revises. He just works on each sentence until he thinks it's perfect, sometimes for more than an hour, and then he moves on to the next one. He said, ‘I’m probably more interested in sentences than anything else in life.’”

The Writer's Almanac

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