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Good writing should communicate what the writer intends to communicate, give life to lifeless pages and entertain the reader at the level beyond the reader's expectations.
The idea that good writing cannot be defined is modernist clap trap.
Writing that resonates with you. Writing is inherently subjective. A book is, objectively, just a pile of pulp with ink on it. All of the meaning it has is given to it by humans.
Of course, you can define your own personal standards with examples of what you deem to be good writing, but you can't objectively define good writing