I have about 2,500 words of substance so far and none of that is in order. I still need to integrate the words into the body of my essay (once I actually have it).
I'm worried that I'm not going to get it finished to a decent standard on time.
I know the word count isn't really that much but I feel like I'm having writer's block or something. I regret picking my topic and I regret not changing it when I had the chance. On top of that I feel like I've read all the wrong secondary criticism (or not enough)
I really did attempt to start this earlier but for some reason I just can't seem to get anywhere with it. The annoying thing is that I feel like I'm a capable student and I could have, potentially, gotten a decent mark on it and now it's all going to go to ****.
Is it possible to write a 10,000 word dissertation, for English Lit, in a week? Watch
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