CSS3 -psuedo class

I am trying to figure  out if I set up the style rule correctly for the following problem:
Create a drop-cap effect for the first letter in the first line of the first paragraph in the speech section by doing the following:
    Use first-of-type pseudo-class and first-of-letter pseudo-element
    Float the first letter on the left
    Set the font size and height length to 4em and 0.8 respectively
    Set the right margin to 0.3 em
    Set the right and bottom padding to 0.2 em
   Add a solid black border 0.02 em in width to the right and bottom edge of the letter

This is the code in my stye sheet.  Is the code correct?
        #speech > p:first-of-type:first-letter {
             float: left;
           font-size: 4em;
           line-height: 0.8em;
           margin-right: 0.3em;
             padding: 0em 0.2em 0.2em 0em;
           border-right: 0.02em solid black;
          border-bottom: 0.02em solid black;
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David S.Commented:
Yes, that code looks correct.

The ":first-letter" pseudo-element may be the least useful feature of CSS2 though. I very rarely see it used.

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