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Goor, Petra (2004). Open return MPhil Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland.

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Author Goor, Petra
Thesis Title Open return
School, Centre or Institute School of English, Media Studies and Art History
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 2004-02-03
Thesis type MPhil Thesis
Supervisor Armanno, V.
Total pages 153
Language eng
Subjects 190402 Creative Writing (incl. Playwriting)
Formatted abstract Had we flown over Brisbane once more we might have realized that the things that really matter simply happen in the mysterious way they happen. Sometimes you fall in love because you're both there at the right time and in the right place. Sometimes you fall on the bathroom floor because it is wet and slippery. Sometimes hair falls out as directed by a small but unidentified deficiency in your DNA. Sometimes the beginnings of Alzheimer's disease are mistaken for mental illness. Sometimes when you think you're the cause, you're the victim.
Keyword Creative writing
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