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Insights and Ideas from Summer Reading: Autobiography and More

By • May 23rd, 2017 • Category: Honors Thesis, Literature, reading, Research

Since the end of the spring 2017 semester, time has flown by! Over these first two weeks of summer, I have delved into my research project by reading books, poems, and scholarship both by and about my subject: William Carlos Williams. Some of these works include Williams’s own autobiography and many of his poetry volumes,…
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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, cont. – Theatre and stagecraft

By • Dec 11th, 2008 • Category: Honors Thesis, reading, Research

Although I’ve been trying to tackle the question of metatheatricality in R&G are Dead, thus far I’ve really only looked at it in terms of theatrical self-awareness bridging the gap between Stoppard’s play and the audience; I’ve yet to even touch on the abundant material provided by the plays-within-a-play or on the stagecraft of Stoppard’s […]

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On the Reading Process

By • Jun 18th, 2008 • Category: Honors Thesis, notetaking, reading, Research

Everyone reads in different ways. Whether cuddled up on a couch, sitting at a table, or relaxing in a hammock, each reader has a process. Now, if I’m reading a novel, I love nothing better than sitting in my hammock chair. (Yes, I really have a hammock chair! It’s in my office at home.)  But […]

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