2018

Prace licencjackie
  • Selected Shakespeare’s plays in BBC School Radio adaptations
  • Obsessions and desires in two radio retellings of fairy tales: "The Red Shoes" and "White Snow" by Frances Byrnes
  • The motif of death in E.A. Poe’s „The Pit and The Pendulum” and its selected radio adaptations.
  • The motif of the main protagonists’ tragic fate in William Shakespeare’s "Macbeth" and Oscar Wilde’s "The Picture of Dorian Gray"
  • Aspects of narration in ''The Katniss Chronicles''
  • Aspects of Interpersonal Conflict in Three Contemporary Radio Plays
  • Aspects of narration in crime radio plays: Tony McHale's "Dead in the Water" and John Dryden's "Scenes from a Crime"
  • Approaches to Traditional Tales in Radio Dramas "The Forgotten" by Hattie Naylor and "Mustard Seed" by Nick Warburton.
  • The motif of revenge in Emily Brontë's "Wuthering Heights" and Joseph Conrad's "Victory".
  • The motif of isolation in "The Shining" by Stephen King
  • The Image of Greece and Greeks in "The Magus" by John Fowles and "The Bull beneath the Earth" by David Calcutt
  • "The vision of the world in Orson Welles' adaptation of H.G.Wells' "The war of the worlds."
  • Feminist literary theory and Margaret Atwood’s "Handmaid’s Tale"
  • Destructive power of love in Emily Brontë's "Wuthering Heights" and its radio adaptation
  • Compensation of Lack of Sight in Tom Sullivan's Autobiography "If You Could See What I Hear"
  • The motif of entrapment in Charlotte Brontë's "Jane Eyre" and its radio adaptation.
  • The motif of suicide in the radio plays "doyouwishtocontinue'' and ''Bridge''.
  • Alternative reality in "A Place Called Here" by Cecelia Ahern
  • Metafictional Elements in John Fowles' "The French Lieutenant's Woman" and its Radio Adaptation
  • "Portrayal of mental illness in K.R. Jamison's "An Unquiet Mind" and C. McCormack and M. Haynes's "The Shining Heart".