I never thought it would be so easy. I was so apprehensive. I had never written anything long before I came to grad school, and even here the longest actual paper that I wrote was ten pages. How was I going to get to fifty? But since I knew what I was talking about it was easy. I'm very careful to cite my sources, every paragraph has at least one citation in it I'm careful to give credit where it is due. I have very few quotes, but I had read so many books and learned so much from the books that I've read!
My mind is now starting to turn to my thesis presentation on February 23rd. I have a really fun idea. If you can come see it, please do. I'll see if I can get someone to film it so I can show those without the ability to travel to Staunton. I'm so excited. I already have my lead actor cast! Now I just have to write the script...
If anyone wants to read my thesis in progress let me know! Or, if you are interested in the final copy I would be happy to share that as well. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I will also be presented a condensed version of my thesis at the PAC/ACA conference in Chicago in April.
More news to come!