Internal revision: A process of discovery
- Murray defines the writing process as rewriting. It has the purpose of discovering visions.
- Murray means exploring, unknown streams of information when he uses the term discovery. He means not prejudging the fluent disbursal of words used in writing, when using the term ignorance.
- Product is defined as writing in a genre. Whereas, process is defined as prevision, vision and revision, staging meaning into the form and structure of writing.
- Internal revision refers to the reflection upon the writing, to find meaning. External revision refers to rewriting, to build form and structure.
- Murray meant, “content” was vision; “form and structure” was process and product ; “language” is the vocabulary that a writer draws, to illustrate vision into form and structure.