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  • Zabos, Ágnes (2013-05-29)
    This essay will focus on a main characteristic of O’Hara’s aesthetics: its ungraspable nature, or, in other words, „the betweenness” (Magee 704). It is almost impossible to put him into a category, because he always ...
  • Kiss, Imola Tamara (2013-02-25)
    My thesis will, afterwards, be devoted to this issue of code switching to find out more about the nature of this phenomenon defined by scholars and sociolinguists. Firstly, I will raise the issue of bilingualism and I will ...
  • Kormos, Áron (2013-05-28)
    I assume that Plath’s unique treatment of symbols, including the use of contorted apocalyptic images, outright demonic images, and analogous ones, is responsible essentially for creating this ironic quality. For this ...
  • Kárai, Attila (2013-10-10)
    The objectives of this paper are to continue and expand the inquiry initiated by Saldívar and Sánchez, to probe deeper into the applicability of postmodernism in the critical discourse about Chicano literature, and to ...
  • Szabó, Péter Tibor (2013-03-19)
    The aim of this paper is to explain the relationship between Possible Worlds Theory and Narratology. More precisely, to present how Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon can be analyzed by the quartette of modalities of PWT.
  • Puskás, Csaba (2013-02-28)
    Post-apocalyptic themes often recur in science-fiction works. In fact, literary critics often label it as a subgenre of science-fiction, as it most often appears in futuristic settings. However, not all post-apocalyptic ...
  • Bollmann, Gábriel (2013-03-05)
    This study is going to focus on the authors’ experience of the Holocaust as it is depicted in their memoirs. These memoirs reveal the importance of familial ties during hardship and interestingly the role of father becomes ...
  • Antal, Anikó Judit (2013-06-14)
    The purpose of this paper is to highlight as many aspects as possible of how postmodern cyberpunk fiction presents or deals with the problematic instability of postmodern identity. There have been many attempts from the ...
  • Csűry, Dávid (2013-01-21)
    In order to understand the way resignification works within the African American community, in this chapter I will reflect on its critical contexts. Consequently, I will analyze how the signifying black difference, as a ...
  • Rózsa, Ágnes (2013-05-29)
    At the end of the 19th and also at the beginning of the 20th century several social and cultural changes took place that shaped American society. One of the most significant of them was the appearance of big cities, which ...
  • Sneider, Zsófia Ágnes (2013-03-22)
    The theme on which my thesis centers is how traumatic individual and cultural past affect the lives of African Americans in 20th century America and what strategies they employ in order to cope with trauma. I analyze ...
  • Sneider, Zsófia Ágnes (2010-09-02)
    The theme on which my thesis centers is how traumatic individual and cultural past affect the lives of African Americans in 20th century America and what strategies they employ in order to cope with trauma. I analyze ...
  • Oláh, Gábor (2013-02-28)
    Before the actual discussion of the novels, an attempt is made to place the selected works into a critical context. Essays dealing with the issues of fatherhood are brought forth, which do not originally concern the three ...
  • Kocsis, Anna (2013-02-25)
    In my thesis I will take a closer look at this new experimental theater from several points of views and give an explanation by using the ars poetics of Richard Foreman. Foreman was one of the greatest representatives of ...
  • Jónás, Anita Ágnes (2013-05-27)
    Maxine Hong Kingston and Amy Tan are very influential contemporary Chinese American authors. As they are labeled as ethnic and feminist writers, former pieces of literary criticism dealing with their novels concentrated ...
  • Karácsony, Orsolya (2013-02-25)
    The thesis is focused ion the levels of fragmentation in Fight Club: fragmentation of American society, isolation of the individual from society, the division present in one's own mind.
  • Laczkovich, Attila (2013-05-14)
    The aim of the thesis is to create an organic image of the works of Ellis, Coupland, and Palahniuk through merging the ideas found in the sociographical studies with the foundings of literary theory. [...] The organic ...
 
 

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