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#1 jeremyreeder



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Posted 6 December 2014 - 00:02

For the first time ever, I have failed a course. In retrospect, it seems that the one change that would help me the most in the course is to avoid any discussion of morality. The funny thing is that the very first assignment seemed to hint strongly that this was actually a very significant part of what we were intended to consider. Vita and Like Water for Chocolate also contain a lot of material that makes this discussion relevant, but alas it is not what the instructors want. I'm rather frustrated, but I'll retake this module next semester and get it right this time around.

BA in Languages & Literature — Class of 2019, or 2017, depending on how you figure it. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
1st-year modules completed: CCL101R, FRC101Q,102R; KSK1601; LIN103Y; RLE1502; RSP1018,1029; THL801U,1502
2nd-year modules completed: COM2059; FRC2601-3; KSK2601; LIN2602; RSP201B; SPS202F; THL2601-2; WLL2601
3rd-year modules completed: FRC3701-5; KSK3701; THL3701-4

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