Magnum Opus Complete

Aaaaand here she is, all posted in the uni library’s digital collection. Ta-DAH!!! (In case you’re wondering, a thesis is a “she”. At least in German that’s so, die These or die Masterarbeit. And German is obviously right.) So if you want to actually read through the 46 pages of “Once Upon a Movie Screen”, go to Athabasca University‘s Digital Thesis and Project Room, here: http://dtpr.lib.athabascau.ca/. In the search box on the left type in “Offenwanger”, and there she’ll be, all ready for you to download, peruse and be edified by. (You’ll probably have to click “agree” on some button somewhere that makes sure you’ve understood that this is academic research, and that you shouldn’t plagiarize it or any of the many other excellent pieces of research posted on that site. But you wouldn’t have done that anyway, right?)

And that, folks, concludes our broadcast here on quill and qwerty for the time being. If you would like to keep reading more ramblings, much randomness, and even the odd bit of research, come on over to www.amovitam.ca, where my stuffed bear Steve and I share our thoughts with the cyberworld. We’d love to see you there!

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7 thoughts on “Magnum Opus Complete

    • Aww, thanks! πŸ™‚ Don’t worry, I’m not disappearing from cyberland entirely; I’ll still be over at http://www.amovitam.ca. But hey, I might come back to this here sometime. I’m already missing having a platform to rant about fairy tales and Jane Austen.

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      • hey I’m planning on doing a little post to point people over here and recommend reading your paper. Would that be okay? I’m also planning on using just one example from your paper to share

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