I have reached 2,746 and have come to the bitter breakdown between the Anglos and the Indians and Aziz's triumph in court (whether indeed it can be called that as he shouldn't've been there in the first place. I am hoping that I don't have to have verbal imput in this essay - I am more than aware that the politics are difficult, it is a product of its time etc but I still feel like it was a massive wrong and that Fielding let Aziz down.
2, 985 - I have done probably over 80% of what I need to do before I edit and rework, then look for pithy quotes from Blackwells and The English Review or maybe Rivkin/Ryan or the Post Colonial reader than I had to do a PP on in October. Tomorrow will be about sorting out the last three large points, then start signposting back to the original question of Forster's Portrayal of India. I could be done by Monday - then it will be on to TH3 - Reading a text through two perspectives 1,000 – 2,000 words. Woohoo (but let's get through tomorrow first).
Something that has put the fear of God in me ::: I am shocked to find that I have got six weeks left on Monday. Six tiny weeks - didn't seem that long ago that it was 12 weeks and counting. Time flew by when I wasn't watching :-/