Senior Project Advisor
In this project, I have attempted to say the unsaid, to bring the genotext into the phenotext. As I have plodded through four years of college, I have paid daily tribute to the phenotext (to order, meaning, and logic). I have heard countless lectures and scribbled about a thousand pages of notes. I have taken close to a hundred tests and written dozens of papers. These have been the formal products of my education; thus, they chart my advancement as a scholar. The marginal fragments represent the genotext, and they trace my journey as an organic and creative being. These sparks of insight and understanding have been exiled to the margins for four long years; it is finally time for them to come home.
Bachmeier, Eric, "Navigating the Blind Rainbow of Life: A compilation of proetic fragments" (1996). WWU Honors Program Senior Projects. 186.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Creative writing; Poetry
student projects; term papers
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