Ironically, I took ill the week of my defense, and I ended in the hospital.
The university chairs of my thesis committee decided a postponement was in
order. Of course, this takes a bit of the pressure off, thank God!
There is nothing more I would like than to make a package of easily
understandable stuff from my thesis work which could be distributed on
mythsoc chat lists and such. But these next few days will be spent in some
well-earned rest, as I assume you would suggest.
Thanks so much for your regular monitoring of this list and my comments.
Much appreciated .
That's all for now.
On 11/12/06, Vincent Ferré <ferretolk@...> wrote:
> Congratulations Walter,
> If you want to give us a copy of your abstract, or extracts of your
> introduction, I am sure that many of us will be interested.
> best wishes,
> A Red Letter Day, indeed! Today (Friday, November 10th) I defend my thesis
> in the English Dept conference room at 1:00 PM. My thesis is about
> of course, as many of you well know.
> I am still working out an abstract. It is several chapters. The title of
> the MA thesis in English and American Literature and Humanities from
> State University, Terre Haute, is _Myth and Ideology in J.R.R. Tolkien's
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