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clarika wrote:
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thank you, i'll stop reading books on Shakespeare then. 8)


why, aren't they interesting enough?
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gregorik wrote:
thank you, i'll stop reading books on Shakespeare then. 8)


why, aren't they interesting enough?
:lol:

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thank you, i'll stop reading books on Shakespeare then. 8)


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gregorik wrote:
thank you, but it's that page that is too laconic. read it previously. my supervisor's abroad and no one seems to be able answer my two questions. :cry:
it's a DES M.A. thesis. is it to be submitted with double spacing? what is the minimal number of mandatory book references?


I'm sure of the double space (1800 chars/page roughly), but the references... well, usually, it is said that you might want to read a couple of books, but what that means, I have no idea. :oops:

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The DES specifications were written by DES, I can't know more than that. I would say if there's no requirement then it is up to you to decide. I'm sure your supervisor has an email address that you can write to. Otherwise please turn to the head of DES.

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thank you, but it's that page that is too laconic. read it previously. my supervisor's abroad and no one seems to be able answer my two questions. :cry:
it's a DES M.A. thesis. is it to be submitted with double spacing? what is the minimal number of mandatory book references?


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You're too laconic. In short: http://seas3.elte.hu/seas/studies/gradu ... hesis.html

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in short: double space needed? minimal no. of references?

almost done but these escaped me. :oops:


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