Monthly Archives: November 2012

Molding young minds

Internets! Wow! Okay! Some stuff has been happening, let’s get to it. 1: I’m going to be a secondary school teacher! Internets, equal with my love of telling imaginary people what to do is my love of telling people what … Continue reading

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Sleeping Beauties: Disneyfication

Hi, Internets! It’s time for Part II of my second essay on Sleeping Beauties and my forthcoming novel When We Wake. In the first essay, I discussed the European origins of the fairy tale. In the second essay I made … Continue reading

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When We Wake: Australasian cover

Internets! No second part of Sleeping Beauty essay tonight – Retail Job called for aid, and Rohan Karen will answer! Consequently, the second part of the essay currently comprises an outline, 300 hundred words, and a picture of the Virgin … Continue reading

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Sleeping Beauties: Transformation and Codification

It’s been another month, Internets! And that means it’s time for another Sleeping Beauty essay, looking at the history of the story, and the influence that it’s had on my forthcoming young adult novel, When We Wake. In my first … Continue reading

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