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  • Pataki, Éva (2013-07-03)
    In this paper I intend to provide an insight into the current position and state of mind of British Asians through three landmark novels of the contemporary British Asian writers Hanif Kureish, Zadie Smith and Monica ...
  • Mikó, Erika (2013-03-22)
    The fundamental thesis of the present work is that Celtic heritage survived and outlived its immediate cultural context and integrated into various cultural texts, lived on well into the 21st century. Celtic culture’s ...
  • Fazekas, Hanna Dóra (2013-01-09)
    My thesis is about the transgressive aspects of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy that make the series a highly subversive piece of literary work.
  • Karnizs, Klaudia (2013-05-21)
    In the course of the analysis of a novel, one may focus among many other issues on characterization. Characters are essential elements in a novel, through their dialogues and actions the story gets its vivacity and ...
  • Krakkó, Eszter (2013-10-11)
    A szakdolgozat témája Charlotte Bromte két regénye, a Jane Eyre és a Shirley. A szakdolgozat célja a Charlotte Bronte által festett képek és a regények összehasonlítása, a sajátosságok elemzése.
  • Tóth, Andrea (2013-06-07)
    Besides the Christian themes, I would like to lay emphasis on the filmic setting, as well. Firstly, I wish to study the features of the Gothic architecture and literature depicted in the film, namely, the representation ...
  • Paróczai, Soma (2013-10-07)
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  • Megyeri, Judit (2013-10-11)
    (Női)identitás keresés Leslie Marmon Silko "Yellow Woman" és "Storyteller" című műveiben.
  • Rizinger, János (2013-10-22)
    Ireland and Hungary were not independent within centuries: Ireland was forced join the British Empire, Hungary was occupied by the Turks then she was the part of the Austrian Empire. Shortly after the First World War ...
  • Fenyősy, Márta (2013-05-21)
    I will mainly rely on other factors, namely colours during my analysing process. Accordingly, my intention in this essay is to demonstrate the main character’s personality in the first place through colours; that is revealing ...
  • Sándor, Zsuzsa (2013-01-23)
    Literary translation is a special field of translation. It has got a lot of problems, a lot of rules, which makes it different to create a good and authentic target language text. I think, primarily, the translator’s task ...
  • Flóderer, Enikő (2013-03-26)
    In this dissertation I would like to present and compare the main features of English Romanticism through Walter Scott’s historical novels. I want to analyse two famous novels belonging to the same literary trend written ...
  • Páles, Zsófia (2013-05-29)
    African-American women writers enable us to envision what it is like to be black and female in a strongly patriarchal society marred by discrimination. How could one's voice be heard in a society where African-Americans ...
  • Lorántffy, Renáta (2013-12-02)
    The main aim of this thesis paper is to define the place of the most significant novels of the genre, Interview with the Vampire in the literary criticism and compare it with its film adaptation through the deep analyzing ...
  • Fadgyas, Mónika (2013-10-09)
    Pride and Prejudice is one of the most beautiful classic novels in British literature. It is a timeless love story of two people who have to overcome their ’first impression’ to win each other’s heart. They have to realize ...
  • Arnóczki, István (2013-10-08)
    Marriage as a social institution can be considered as a chief force of woman’s oppression in patriarchy as dramatized in selected plays by four American female playwrights in the first half of the twentieth century. In ...
  • Confused 
    Szűcs, Péter (2013-05-23)
    In this thesis I will make the argument that the power of Bridget Jones’s diary is in the splendid and brilliant manifestation of postfeminist anxieties. Helen Fielding has wonderfully recognized the confusion of women ...
  • Sallai, Szabolcs (2013-06-07)
    In my thesis I would like to examine the process of construction of film space, the role of the spectator in this process, and how the method of representation effects on this system in David Cronenberg’s Crash.
  • Erdei, Gyöngyi Noémi (2013-05-21)
    In my thesis I intend to focus on the issues concerning freedom, independence and femininity within the context of black communities. Since the sense of self is inseparable from the concept of community, especially in ...
  • Coonardo 
    Lakatos, Szilvia (2013-01-29)
    Katherine Susannah Prichard (1883 – 1969) was born with "ink in her veins" (http://kspf.iinet.net.au/katharine/). After writing several short stories, plays and novels she was one of the first Australian women writers who ...