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  • Harry Potter Fanfiction as a Product of Participatory Culture
  • Emotionally Weird by Kate Atkinson as a Postmodernist Novel
  • Moral Ideas in "The Light of Day" by Graham Swift


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  • Elements of dystopia in ''Cloud Atlas'' by David Mitchell
  • "The Unconsoled" by Kazuo Ishiguro: a Study of Obsession
  • The Use of Games in Teaching Vocabulary to Secondary School Teenagers
  • Ian McEwan's Black Dogs: A Study of Evil
  • Moral ideas in The Casual Vacancy by J. K. Rowling
  • Self-Narrative as a Means of Developing Self-Consciousness in "Therapy" by David Lodge.
  • (Hysterical)Realism in the Presentation of the Youth in 'The Casual Vacancy' by J. K. Rowling
  • A Generic Analysis of Neil Gaiman's 'Coraline'
  • The Use of Literary Texts in Designing Tasks Developing Reading Strategies in English
  • Moral Ideas in "The Sense of an Ending" by Julian Barnes
  • The World’s Origins in J. R. R. Tolkien’s „Silmarillion” Compared with the Book of Genesis
  • Child as a Focalizer in "Pigeon English" by Stephen Kelman


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  • Borders of Cognition in "Jacob's Room" and "Between the Acts" by Virginia Woolf
  • How Far Can the Narrator Go Before He Becomes a Character Himself? Discussing Terry Pratchett's "Reaper Man".
  • Unreliable Narration in "The Sense of an Ending" by Julian Barnes
  • ''It Had Been I Who Was The Fool'': The Victim and The Victimizer in Sarah Waters' "Affinity" and "Tipping The Velvet"
  • Childhood Relationships and Adult Conflicts with Others in Kazuo Ishiguro's "The Unconsoled"