Punctuation is perhaps one-tenth rule and nine-tenths art. In that portion that is controlled by art, writers will differ, sometimes radically. The art of punctuation is the art of rhythm, for punctuation’s second function, after its first function of helping to establish clarity, is to set the rhythm of sentences. Rhythm in prose, it turns out, is highly individual, for nearly everyone not only marches but writes to the beat of a different drummer.
Joseph Epstein @NROhttps://www.nationalreview.com/magazine/2019/09/30/the-art-of-punctuation/
I have not finished the piece so will reserve judgement.
Of course, I must put down that you must know the rules first.
Update. “This is the sort of English up with which I will not put.”
Overall thumbs up.