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MD Final Ch 2 - Day 5 (Back On Track)

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Done with the note taking, now it is time to add to the essay and get this project edited and done.

I have not got 2,962 words for ch 2, of which I will have to substantially pare back and make those arguments work.  Not for the first time, I wish I had more time, but I want this chapter tied up by Sunday, so I can move on. I think I am going to have to pull in more critical names, but I kinda like the arguments as they stand.

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Apr. 14th, 2017 09:51 pm (UTC)
Wow, you have a lot accomplished. Rock on!
Apr. 14th, 2017 10:40 pm (UTC)
LOL - like I said, I will never run out of things to say, I just need to know where to cut it off at the pass.
Apr. 15th, 2017 02:43 pm (UTC)
Just had a bit of a wander down on AO3 and found your work on 'The Prisoner' - 'Welcome to the Village.' Interesting. McGoohan always said this was not an offshoot of 'Dangerman,' but on being an avid fan of the former and watching several episodes of the latter, I can understand how DM is a viable prequel to TP. Except that McGoohan has a noticeable American accent in DM and a very refined English accent (with a hint of Irish) in TP. When I am done degree-wise, I will have a watch of both series and rethink it a bit. I am considering getting an AO3 account and having a crack (pardon the pun) at fanfic. Not sure what mine would be, though, as I have interests in Discworld, The Prisoner, Inspector Morse etc. The list goes on :-)
Apr. 15th, 2017 06:58 pm (UTC)
Thanks! TBG's passion is The Prisoner and we have been to Portmeirion a couple of times. I'd go back in a heartbeat as it's lovely there.

Fanfic is a beautiful thing. It's been my passion for years. :D I hope you will give it a whirl.
Apr. 15th, 2017 07:08 pm (UTC)
I will do so as I have a number of ideas :-)
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