2021

Prace magisterskie
  • Metaphors for Life in "The Shawl" by Cynthia Ozick, "The Magus" by John Fowles and "The Echo Maker" by Richard Powers
  • Taming the Bush: Representations of Nature in Selected Australian Literature
  • Evolution of the Bildungsroman in the 20th- and 21st-Century English Language Literature
  • Politicised City: The Role of Space in "The Nether World" by George Gissing, "The Destructors" by Graham Greene and "Falling Man" by Don DeLillo
  • Feminist Revision of the Bible, Myth and Fairy Tale in "The Penelopiad" by Margaret Atwood, "Kissing the Witch. Old Tales in New Skins" by Emma Donoghue and "Wisdom's Daughter: A Novel of Solomon and Sheba" by India Edghill
  • A Dream or a Nightmare: A Study of Transhumanism in Selected Works of Contemporary Science Fiction Literature
  • Images of Motherhood in Selected English-Language Literature
  • Dreaming of the Middle Ages: A Study of Selected Postmodern Medievalist Fiction

2020

Prace magisterskie
  • Rewriting the Classics: the Study of Margaret Atwood's "Gertrude Talks Back" and The Penelopiad
  • The image of child and childhood in the selected works of the 19th century literature

2019

Prace magisterskie
  • Gothic Spaces in Margaret Atwood's Selected Fiction
  • "Across Generations and Genres: the Study of Holocaust Literature in Night by Elie Wiesel, Maus by Art Spiegelman and The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas by John Boyne."
  • The Harry Potter Series and the Bildungsroman Tradition
  • In Search of a Metamodern Sensibility: a Study of George Saunders's Selected Fiction
  • Echoes of Nouveau Roman in Contemporary Fiction: the Case of Lee Rourke's The Canal
  • The influence of drugs on British literature in XIX and XX century
  • Feminism and Femininity in Selected Chick-Lit Novels
  • "Fate deals you a hand, and you play the hand you are dealt. You do not whine, you do not complain": Disability Studies in J. M. Coetzee's Selected Fiction
  • Affective Rewriting in Jeanette Winterson's Selected Fiction
  • The Vision of Heaven and Hell in C. S. Lewis's Selected Fiction