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  • Author:agent Paul Hetherington
Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Some (Post-Romantic) Reflections on Creative Writing and the Exegesis
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'The link between creative practice and research outcomes in universities remains a vexed issue, as does the associated question about the function of the exegesis in creative and practice-led higher degree theses. This paper reflects on these issues through discussing the nature of inspiration and some of the features of creative work, arguing that research and art are intimately connected.' (Author's abstract)

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