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Wypromowane prace magisterskie
Warszawa 2008

Ewa Wilkos The Postmodern Rendering of History in Virginia Wolf „Orlando”and Salman Rushdie’s „The Moor’s Last Sight”.

Zofia Bliźniak George Orwell’s Negative Portrait of the Middle Class and Its Literary Echoes

Paulina Kamińska „What Am I doing in his place and who Am I?” – Jean Rhys’s heroines Struggle for Identity

Anna Czubak „Since I Cannot change the world, I will change myself” – Female transformation in Fay Weldon’s fiction seen through the texts of traditions.

Magdalena Dryll Concepts of good and evil in modern British children's literature- on the basis of selected works of Roald Dahl and “His Dark Materials” by Philip Pullman.
Warszawa 2009

Anna Modzelewska The role of Agatha Christie’s Jane Marple in Contemporary British Culture.

Halszka Dmowska-Głażewska Continuity and Change. The Weaving of Nigerian and European Influences in Ben Okri’s fiction.

Magdalena Staniszewska Children and Adolescents in Ian McEwan’s Fiction.
Warszawa 2010

Krzysztof Dudek Jasper Ffordee in Polish Culture. Possible Problems in Understanding and Solutions for a Successful Translation

Marta Chrzan Identity Formation in British Black Literature as Exemplified by Zadie Smith’s “White Teeth” and Andrea Levy’s “Never far from Nowhere”.

Michał Antosiuk The City as Fantasmagoria. The selected Examples from the Works of J.G. Ballard and Philip K. Dick

Magdalena Bulińska The Urban Space in Jeanette Winterson’s “The Passion” and “Sexing the Cherry” in the context of selected magical realistic novels by Italo Calvino and Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Marcin Gołąb “The Chapters of Coming Forth from the Day.” Ancient Egyptian Mythology from the Papyrus of Ani in James Joyce’a “Finnegans Wake”.

Piotr Olański 20th Century Prosperos. The author and the act of creation in the 20th century rewritings of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
Piotr Kazimierczuk. Different faces of Camp in British literature from the 18th to the 20th century.

Olga Włodarczyk. Virginia Woolf's “To the Lighthouse” as an instance of modernist ekphrasis.

Lidia Ożarowska "The double-headed monster of damnation and salvation" versus "le temps délivré". The notion of time in the works of Samuel Beckett and Lawrence Durrell.
Warszawa 2011

Agnieszka Choińska-Stefańska Anita Brookner's Portait of Unique Loneliness - an analysis of five lonely characters in five recent books by Anita Brookner

Joanna Klatka The Origins and Forms of Evil in Ian McEwan's Fiction as the Subject for Ethical Analysis

Cezary Albin Struggle Against the System in Film Adaptations of Selected British Dystopian Novels

Jakub Bujakowski The Motif of Dreams in Contemporary English and American Dark Fantasy Literature, Based on Selected Authors' Works

Agnieszka Szymańska The Absurd of World War II as presented in the works of J.G. Ballard, John Fowles, Kurt Vonnegut, Joseph Heller and Graham Swift

Paweł Kowal Speculations on Social Control in the Dystopian Fiction of George Orwell and Philip K. Dick
Warszawa 2012

Marcin Sroczyński The mind-forged manacles and how to shake them off. The analysis of discourses of power in Jeanette Winterson's Written on the Body, Lighthousekeeping, and The Stone Gods

Aleksandra Kołomecka James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man in Poland. An Analysis of the Two Polish Translations

Anna Bornsztajn  Humans versus Animals in The Island of Doctor Moreau by H.G. Wells, Wasp Factory by Iain Banks, and Under the Skin by Michel Faber

Ilona Krupa Juxtaposition as the Source of Humour in the Writings of Evelyn Waugh

Julita Sawicka Children as Heroes, Villains and Victims in Selected 20th Century Texts of Culture

Joanna Żukowska The Development of Bildungsroman on the Basis of Great Expectations and David Copperfield by Charles Dickens, and Atonement and The Cement Garden by Ian McEwan

Weronika Dżygadło The Journalist and the Writer. Depiction of Violence in Selected 20th Century Non-Fiction

Magdalena Rzedarska The Social and Legal Status of Upper and Middle Class Women Between 1837 and 1937 in the Selected Writings of George Eliot and Virginia Woolf

Katarzyna Bąba Through the Irish Eye. Poetic Relations between Seamus Heaney and Czesław Miłosz and Zbigniew Herbert
Warszawa 2013

Irena Markuszewska Images of Light and Darnkness in the Descriptions of War and Solitude in the Selected 20th Century Fiction

Anna Tenderenda Detective Story Tradition and Formal Innovations in the Selected Novels by Agatha Christie

Wiktoria Jopek Contemporary British Families and their Problems as Reflected in the Novels of Nick Hornby

Magdalena Gałach The Life of Immigrants in the Turn of the 21st Century Great Britain as Reflected in Zadie Smith's "White Teeth"

Kamil Kurtek A clash of tradition and modernity in James Joyce's "Ulysses"

Tomasz Rejniak "Alternate History" as a Popular Genre on the Example of Robert Harris's "Fatherland and its Film Adaptation

Aleksandra Zielińska Making choices - the role of translator in shaping readers' response to a translated text. The analysis based on two Polish translations of Virginia Woolf's Orlando
Warszawa 2014

Dominika Jędrzejczyk The modernist concept of the Self on the basis of selected novels by Virginia Woolf, Joseph Conrad, and James Joyce

Katarzyna Fetlińska Tom McCarthy's Remainder and Iain Banks's Transition as Neo-Baroque Novels

Anna Goliszek In search of reality. Magic realism in contemporary British and Japanese fiction : Fay Weldon, Jeanette Winterson, and Haruki Murakami

Ewa Rajkowska Between Wonderland and England. Coexistence of the fantastic and realistic world in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series
Warszawa 2015

Denver Harrington The Moral Standards of Science Fiction  Authors. The Influences of Science-Fiction Narratives in Huxley, Shelley, Dick and Hubbard Regarding the Contemporary World

Agata Bal Heart of Darkness Redux - the presence of Joseph Conrad's novella in contemporary culture

Milena Tomzik 'England has always been disinclined to accept human nature.' Juxtaposition of the portrayals of homosexual men in E. M. Forster's "Maurice" i Christopher Isherwood's "A Single Man".

Urszula Klicka The image of Afghanistan in the works of Anglo-Afghans written after 2001. English-Language Fiction and Non-Fiction by Khaled Hosseini, Saira Shah, and Suraya Sadeed.

Joanna Zawada Perception, experience, and society in Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf
Warszawa 2016

Joanna Waszczuk The Intertextual Portrayal of Venice in Three Contemporary British Novels

Klara Mednis Intertextual references to William Shakespeare’s plays in the depiction of mental disorders in contemporary British fiction

Alicja Kosim Bloomsbury Revisited: Postmodern Rewritings of Mrs Dalloway by Virginia Woolf and Howards End by E. M. Forster

Katarzyna Żoch 'What I need is dandelion in the spring'. Optimism and Despondency in canonical works of twentieth century dystopian fiction and contemporary young adult dystopias : a comparative analysis"

Aleksandra Szugajew (Bio)ethical issues in contemporary fiction: literary portrayals of clones

Izabela Rudnicka The Archetypal Hero and His Attitude Towards Women in Contemporary Popular Literature from 1960 to 2010

Magdalena Osiecka LGBTQ themes in 20th century science fiction

Anna Orzechowska "We live, as we dream - alone": the uses of literary impressionism and the theme of alienation in George Moore's The Lake, David Lawrence's The Rainbow and Katherine Mansfield's selected short stories

Anita Chmielewska Synthesis of arts according to David Jones: an analysis of his essays, literary works and visual art

Karolina Sowa Cultural representations of the Spanish Civil War in English and Spanish literature. The example of George Orwell’s Homage to Catalonia and Ernest Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls versus Javier Cercas’ Soldiers of Salamis
Wypromowani doktorzy
Warszawa 2013

dr Dominika Lewandowska temat: City. Photo. Text. Iain Sinclair’s Photographic Writing and His Vision of London
Warszawa 2015

dr Paulina Kamińska temat: Manifestations of Trauma in the Works of Doris Lessing
Warszawa 2016

dr Marcin Gołąb temat: Jean Baudrillard’s Theories of Simulations Applied to Recent Crime Fiction
Doktoranci
mgr Piotr Olański – od 1 października 2010
mgr Marcin Sroczyński – od 1 października 2012
mgr Katarzyna Fetlińska – od 1 października 2014
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mgr Anita Chmielewska - od 1 października 2016
mgr Anna Orzechowska - od 1 października 2016
mgr Aleksandra Szugajew - od 1 października 2016
mgr Klara Mednis - od 1 października 2016

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