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‘Your thesis is the map, not the journey’, on the Thesis Whisperer Blog.

A post drawn from our new book was published on the Thesis Whisperer blog a fortnight ago. If you want to sign up to find out more about the book, there’s a  Writing Trouble Mailing List. Otherwise, you can read the post, with new pictures!, on how your thesis is the map, and not the journey.

Image of researcher with magnifying glass and rucksack travelling over hills, waterfalls and caves to reach end of thesis journey

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