Buffy-Whoa by noaluvjames

Method in my madness

Obviously I need to write more essays in which I don't understand the question, because I just got back the one I was so freaked out about, and I ended up with 84%.  Weird as ...

I'm quietly enjoying this subject, although I'm still attempting to wrap my mind around the process, and meaning, of adaptation.  What makes a successful adaptation - is it faithfulness to the original text, or something more; can you make a successful adaptation by completely changing the cardinal functions (the main aspects of the narrative/plot); is it only successful if it is seen as a new text, rather than a secondary text, in comparison to the original; why do an adapation at all?  Hopefully I'll have the answers to all this (and more!) when I go to write the final essay for this subject (which will be my final, final, final essay for my BA).

Now back to the mundanity of domestic life.
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You da man!

And yes, it is easier to write about something you don't really understand. I did a fabbo presentation today on something I don't understand at all, as compared to falling over myself when I have too much information and not enough time to impart it all. Go figure.

One word: 'honours'.
Even when I'm floundering, I can make it to the surface!!!

Yes, yes, Honours. I'm going to talk to the Honours Co-ordinator during reading week (week after Easter break), and look at my options. Stop nagging, Mum!!!
Just a quick note to say that I've got the delivery notice of the first package you sent me. Thanks!!

Will pick that up together with the rest. ::bounces::

Wow, 84%!!
As my uni days are over for the week, I will make the time to copy the first half of S1 tomorrow morning, and get it in the mail to you.

84% - I was flabbergasted!
I'm glad someone understands - I though I had completely stuffed it up, but then again, I'm probably my harshest critic!
Oh, it is weird but I SO get where you're coming from. Some of MY best essays at uni are on topics I have no idea about. So you're not alone!