Remember that thing last month where I reviewed the two different film versions of 'Henry V'?
[Need a reminder? Click here for the post and here for the composition itself.]
Now, if anyone's been keeping track of my Sitemeter traffic tracking stats would know that since that fateful post on November 2, I've been getting flooded (relatively speaking) with visitors who found this page through Google. No complaints at that.
It's just that I really loath plagiarism of any kind whatsoever... So what I ask is that any students who reads my thoughts on those movies would cite me as a source in their papers. Here's how:
Wiley, Steven. "Two Retellings of Henry V." 28 Oct. 2002. http://userpages.umbc.edu/~swiley1/blog/HVmovies.htm
Easy as that. It's not that I'm an egomaniac who craves recognition; it's simple courtesy and, in fact, a point of copyright law. So anyway, googlers: enjoy, eat your veggies, and don't plagiarize! posted by Steve
12/08/2002 01:05:00 PM
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