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And No! again. Waste the last six months of my life writing this poxy PhD? You must be joking! ’ was the next question. Instantaneously an unexpected and extremely agreeable image flashed into my mind: It is dead of night on the university campus. My darkened figure steals from the shadows, spray-gun in hand. As I frenziedly spray graffiti all over the library walls, the bright bold letters spell out, unequivocally, my feelings towards the institution! The conversation became increasingly merry as we explored the possibilities of penning a New Age bestseller entitled ‘Freeing the Anarchist Within’.

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