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A dissertation on William Marshall
« on: 2014-07-14, 18:44:39 »
Good afternoon,

A dissertation on William Marshal

I have just stated to read it but thought I would share it so we could discuss it
later on.

https://www.academia.edu/1540305/William_Marshal_Perception_and_Past


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Re: A dissertation on William Marshall
« Reply #1 on: 2014-07-15, 03:22:38 »
Looks interesting!

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Re: A dissertation on William Marshall
« Reply #2 on: 2014-07-15, 03:31:16 »
As much as enjoy the SCA, I would not list an SCA webpage from the St. Louis Missouri chapter at the top of my senior thesis bibliography.

OK Rodney, enough nitpicking.  Shut up and read the thesis.   :-[
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