Wednesday November 17, 2004
Having addressed all the comments made by my three readers, yesterday I finally printed out all 92 pages of my master's thesis and took it in to the graduate school office, where they'll do a preliminary check for format. I'm pretty confident the formatting is very nearly correct, so (with some minor tweaking) it should be all over except for the collection of signatures.
Oh, and there's the small matter of demonstrating that I can read technical literature in some language other than English. I really should get that out of the way. I'll have to use French, which I'm only moderately competent in, because (a) there's no linguistics literature in Latin, and (b) I'm still largely illiterate in my main foreign language, Japanese—although I'm sure I could handle a Japanese article if I had enough time to wade through the kanji, but doing a couple of pages in a couple of hours would be pushing it.
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P.S. I don't think you'd really want to read linguistics in Latin. There are the grammarians, and 19th-century dissertations.