Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
This is a brief description of the project, which arguably contains research. How will you know? This describes the problem. The problem is poetry. Or poetics, or the poem, or perhaps the poet. Can you tell the difference? This describes how the problem is being addressed. It is addressing me. Or it has an address. The result is this project, which may or may not contain a conclusion. Just kidding. Of course there is a conclusion. Will you set it apart from the other parts? What did I do? Whose hat is this?
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Volpert, Megan A., "Face Blindness" (2006). LSU Master's Theses. 998.