Prace licencjackie
  • Realistic, Modernist and Postmodern Narrative Techniques in Thinks… by David Lodge
  • Art and Life in Virginia Woolf's "Between the Acts"
  • Literature as a Way to Create Life and Alter Reality in Ian McEwan's "Atonement".
Prace magisterskie
  • The Image of Woman in the Fiction of Contemporary British Female Novelists
  • The Functions of Storytelling in Jeanette's Winterson Fiction
  • Portraits of Women in Contemporary Postcolonial British Fiction


Prace magisterskie
  • The Concept of Evil in the Fiction of Niall Griffiths, Irvine Welsh and Patric McCabe
  • The Image of Man in Historiographic Metafictions by John Banville
  • The Journey of Self-Discovery in Contemporary British Fiction
  • Post-Colonialism in Niall Griffiths's Fiction


Prace magisterskie
  • Romance and Its Transformations: from Realism ("Waverley" by Walter Scott) through Modernism ("The Alexandria Quartet" by Lawrence Durrell) to Postmodernism ("Possession" by A.S.Byatt).
  • Magical Realist Representation of Women in Salman Rushdie's Early Fiction
  • Elements of the Gothic convention in Ian McEwan's recent novels. Enduring Love, Atonement, Saturday
  • The Representation of the Body in Ian McEwan's Fiction
  • Contemporary British Fairy Tales for Adults: Angela Carter's "The Magic Toyshop", Jeanette Winterson's "Sexing the Cherry" and Graham Swift's "Waterland".
  • Female Bildungsroman in Patriarchal Society: E.M. Forster's "A Room with a View" and Virginia Woolf's "The Voyage Out"
  • An Artist and the World-Communion Versus Conflict: In the Fiction of John Fowels, Ian McEwan and Kazuo Ishiguro
  • The Function of Storytelling in Jeanette Winterson's "Powerbook" and "Lighthousekeeping".
  • An Analysis of Focalization in the Early Fiction of John Fowels
  • The Picaresque Tradition in Contemporary British Literature: the Fiction of Angela Carter