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Open Access Thesis
Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)
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Blundered by the Borrower attempts to illustrate the potential loneliness and anxiety that is experienced by the individual, amidst the contemporary and panicked social climate, domestically and globally--using the mediated jetsam of everyday life, violent entertainment and the disarming characteristics of cartoons to better understand and possibly illuminate a chronic lack of empathy in American society and popular culture.
Kling, Eben A., "Blundered by the Borrower" (2015). Masters Theses. 251.