18 October 2007

from the library

oh, what do you do when you've written and printed your term paper proposal, and it includes the phrase, "though little has been written on William Hammond Hall..." and 30 minutes before you're expected to hand the proposal over, you find out that not only have more articles been written about WH Hall than you had thought, but that your professor wrote two of them?!?



Heather said...

Stinky. That sucks!
But I'm sure that you will offer a fresh look into WH Hall's accomplishments and theory behind his designs.
Maybe more has been written about him than you had thought... but "little" is interpretive... you could always argue that what has been written isn't enough. :)

KnitMoka said...

totally sucks.