College of Letters
English (United States)
I took up this thesis with the intention of exploring the connection between the scientific world and the occult. It morphed into being an exploration of much more than that, including the natural world, the imagination, love belief, the conception of the soul and, on a more immediate level, a love triangle between three academics that ends in grief. One of the most valuable aspects of this book is not the finished copy, but the countless hours I’ve poured into thinking about it and writing it. The ability to capture some of the natural world and put it on print is a very powerful one, and takes great discipline and practice. I was thrilled to take on this thesis for this practice.
Martino, Nick Charles, "Grief Orchid or How I Learned to Forgive Milton Munn" (2015). Honors Theses - All. 1385.
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