Dissertation Proposal: First Steps

Well, my advisor says that most dissertation proposals are approved about six months after oral exams. For me, that would be about now, and that isn’t the speed I’m moving.

So now, I start in earnest, with the relief of a break in my crazy work load that will last the next three months. And I start easy, by writing the bibliography and reading the primary texts. Some of which are still on order from France. They’ll get here eventually, right?

Primary Sources

Angot, Christine. L’inceste. Paris: Éditions Stock, 1999. Print.

—. Peau d’âne. Paris: Éditions Stock, 2003. Print.

Bender, Aimee. “The Color Master.” My Mother She Killed Me, My Father He Ate Me: Forty New Fairy Tales. Ed. Kate Bernheimer. New York: Penguin Books, 2010. 366-85. Print.

Cusset, Catherine. “Eva Podan.” Les contes de Perrault revus par… Paris: Éditions de la Martinière, 2002. 7-28. Print.

Peau d’âne. Dir. Jacques Demy. Perf. Catherine Deneuve, Jean Marais. Parc Films, Marianne Productions, 1970. Film.

Perrault, Charles. “Peau d’âne.” Contes. Ed. Tony Gheeraert. Paris: Champion Classiques, 2012. 139-64. Print.

Lackey, Mercedes. Unnatural Issue: The Elemental Masters, Book Six. New York: DAW Books, Inc., 2011. Print.

McKinley, Robin. Deerskin. New York: Ace Books, 1993. Print.

Tchang-Tchong, Olivier. Peau d’âne. Paris: Voix Navigables Éditions, 2010. Print.

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