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Master’s Degrees in Literature

 

Title

Name

Date

Place

Genre

The Use of Myth in Modern Drama. A Comparative Study of the Use of Myth in Six Plays by O’Neil  And Eliot

Azza Taha Zaki

1984

English Department

Drama

The Dramatic treatment on Myth in T. S. Eliot.

Tawfeek Ali Yaseen Mansour

1984

English Department

Drama /Poetry

Thornton Wilder. A Study in Technique.

Iman Saigh

1980

English Department

 

A Psychological and Methodological Approach to Second Language Learning Through Drama

Huda Grant Nashed

1982

English Department

Drama

Ambiguity in the Works of some Metaphysical poets (Donne , Herbert, Marvell).

Huda Ayyad

1975

English Department

Poetry

Modernism in the Plays of Rashad Rushdy (1959-1971).

Hanna Hassanen Ali

1975

AUC

Drama

The Pastoral Ideal in the Poetry of Mahmoud Hassan Esmail and Walt Whitman

Huda El-Sadda

1982

AUC

Poetry

Variations on the Myth of Orestes as Exemplified in: Eliot: The Family Reunion, O’Neil: Mourning Becomes Electra, Sartre: Les Mouches

Karimb  Hussein Ali

1983

English Department

Drama

Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde on the Break Down of Love .

Lubna Abd El-Tawab Youssif

1981

Art in the Graduate Institute of Saint John’s College Santafe New Mexico

Novel

George Bernard Shaw: His Critical Views in Relation to his Major Plays.

Mohamed Yehia Mohamed Hassan

???

English Department

Drama

The Conception of Death in the Letters and Short Stories of D. H. Lawrence and Katherine Mansfield.

Maggy Osiris Schenouda

1978

English Department

Novel

Naturalism and Impressionism in the Early novels of Stephen Crane.

Evine M. Hashem

1972

English Department

Novel

Modern Dramatic structure as Represented by the Plays of Harold Pinter and Rashad Rushdy. A Comparative Study.

Marie-Therese Faltaous Abd El-Meseeh

1973

English Department

Drama

The Art of Characterization in the Major plays of John Ardon

Mohamed Hefzy Mansour

1978

English Department

Drama

The Use of Horror and Fear as unified Device in Four Tales by Poe.

Mona N. Bedwany

1980

AUC

Novel

Tradition and Innovation in John Osborne’s Dramatic Technique.

Mohamed Bahaa El-Hassan A. Wasfy

1983

English Department

Drama

Arthur Miller’s Concept of Tragedy.

Mohammed Hussein Ghareeb

1982

English Department

Drama

The Concept of Evil in Children Literature , Tamer, Perrault, and Lewis Carrol.

Nadia El-Kholi

1982

English Department

Children literature 

Guilt and Punishment in Miller’s Plays.

Nefertiti Fayez Habib

1984

English Department

Drama

A study of the Concept of the Tragic Heroine: Antegone, Cordelia, Blanch Dubois.

Omeya Ibrahim Khalifa

1982

AUC

Drama

A Study of the English Poetry of Khalil Gebran in Realtion to the Work of William Blake

Radwa Ashoor

1972

English Department

Poetry

English Travel Literature Dealing With Egypt from 1882 to 1919.

Sophie Shafik Hanna

1967

English Department

Travel literature

Chronometricals and Horologicals. A Study of Quest in Melville’s Novels

Samya Rashed Eskander

1971

AUC

Novel

Gothic Elements in Byron’s Dramatic Works

Shahera Yakan

1983

English Department

Drama

T. S. Eliot and the Art Critics.

Tomadar Mohamed Said Gamgoom

 

English Department

 

The Oral Tradition and the English Language in the Nigerian Novel.

Zehor Cherfeddiny

1979

English Department

Novel

The Figure of the Outsider in the Novels of George Eliot.

Marlyn Ramzy Eskander

1987

English Department

Novel

The Cultural background to Shakespeare’s Early Histories, the three Parts of Henry VI and Richard III

Hala Hamed El-Borolosy

1987

English Department

Drama

Orwell’s Vision of social Change Between Theory and Practice: A Study of Orwell’s Political Essays and his Anti-Utopian Novels.

Ahmed Mohamed  Abood Mohamed

1986

English Department

Essay/ Novel

Some of Absurdist elements in modern Drama with the special Emphasis on Ibsen, Chekov, and Pirendello.

Azza Abd El-Aziz Fahmy

1989

English Department

Drama

Romantic themes in Some Short stories and novels of  H. E. Bates

Azza Ahmed Heikal

1986

English Department

Novel / Short Stories

A Study of children in English in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century and in Representative novels of Charles Dickens

Cecile Raafat Tawfik

1989

English Department

Novel

The Trial in modern Drama With Special Reference to Three Representative Plays by Bertold Becht, Bernard Shaw, and Salah Abd El-Saboor

Naglaa Bedeir El-Hadedi

1989

English Department

Drama

Dramatic Pattern in Shakespeare’s Roman Plays.

Nasr Mohamed Abd El-Rahman

1971

English Department

Drama

Ibsen-O’Neil Relationship. A study in Influence

Mona Kamel Daniel

1986

English Department

Drama

The Dramatic Elements in the Poetry of Robert Frost.

Mona Ibrahim Ali

1989

English Department

Poetry

Philip Larkin and the Poetry of the Movement: A Thematic Approach.

Mohamed Abd El0Salam Hassan

1986

English Department

Poetry

Dylan Thomas as a Surrealist Poet.

Reda Abd El-Haq

1988

English Department

Poetry

A Study of the Male Characters in some of Jane Austin Novels

Salwa Hamdi El-Demerdash

1987

English Department

Novel

George Eliot’s Tragic Vision

Said Mohamed El-Gohary El-Fakharany

1988

English Department

Novel

Samwel Rogers, a Pre-romantic Poet(1763-1855).

Sahar sobhy Abd El-Hakim

1988

English Department

Poetry

The Dramatic Use of Irish Folklore in Four of Yeats Early Plays: The Countess Catheline, The Land of Heart’s Desire, On Baile’s Strand and Deirdre.

Taha Mohamed Abd El-Halim Khedre

 

English Department

Drama

The Conflict of W. H. Auden as Reflected in his Poetry of the thirties.

Shereen Saad abu El-Naga

1990

English Department

Poetry

Relationship and Isolation in the Short stories of Langston Hughes.

Soha Ra’fat Ebrahim

1990

English Department

Short Story

The One Act Plays of John Arden, David Mercer, Samuel Becket, and Harold Pinter: A thematic and Technical Study

Manal Yassin Essa

1990

English Department

Drama

A Comparative Study of Richardson ‘s Clarissa, and Laclos’ Les Liasons Dangereuses.

Maha Abd El-Hakim Hassan

1989

AUC

 

The Development of the Ironic Mood in the Poetry of John Wain.

Maha Fathi Elsaid

1991

English Department

Poetry

Tradition and the Individual in the novels of R. K. Naroyan

Sarah Abd El-Ghafar Khalaf

1991

English Department

Novel

Women Characters in Henry Fielding’s Novels: Joseph Andrews, Tom Jones, Amelia.

Zakareya Mohamed Zakareya

1991

English Department

Novel

Mysticism in the Poetry of the  Ted Hughes

Sahar S. ElMogy

1991

English Department

Poetry

A Comparative Study of the images of Women in Taha Hussein’s The Call of the Curlew and Hardy’s Tess the D’urbervilles.

Pervine Yehia El-Refai

1991

AUC

Novel

Classical and Christian Elements in the Image of the Hero in Milton’s Paradise Lost

Mohamed Abdel Aaty Massoud

1991

English Department

Poetry

A Comparative study of Regional Literature with Specific Reference to William Faulkner’s The Sound and The Fury, and Yehia El-Taher Abdullah’s The Collar and the Bracelet

Hala Zakareya Khalifa

1992

AUC

Novel

The Stream of Consciousness Technique in the Modern Novel: A Comparative Study of James Joyce's Ulysses and Edward El-Kharat’s The Other Time

Naglaa Rushdy El-Hawary

1992

English Department

Novel

Keys to Tone in G. M. Hopkins’s Poetry (1876-1889)

Ahmed Mohamed Abd El-Aal

1993

English Department

Poetry

Universal Elements in Some of Carson Mccullers’s Novels

Zeinab Mostafa Abd El-Aal

1993

English Department

Novel

Salome Between Oscar Wilde and Mohamd Salmawy

Mounira Gamal Soliman

1993

AUC

Drama

The Impersonal Theory of Poetry : A Comparative study of the Critical Words of T. E. Hulme, Ezra Pound, and T. S. Eliot.

Maher Shafeek Farid

1971

English Department

Poetry/ Criticism

Tennyson’s Influence on the Poetry of T. S. Eliot

Maher Shafeek Farid

1977

English Department

Poetry

The Development of Tone in Wilfred Owen’s Poetry (1917-1918)

Randa K. Abu Bakr

1993

English Department

Poetry

A Study of the Fantastic in Henry James’ Supernatural Tales.

Hala Gamal Samy

1994

English Department

Novel

Inner Form in William Blake’s Epic Poems.

Ahmed Hany Abd El-Hakim El-Shamy

1994

English Department

Poetry

The Aesthetic Faith in the Self: An Enquiry into James Joyce’ A Portrait, J. P. Sartre's Les Motes, and Edward El-Kharat’s City of Saffron

Nashwa Hassan M. Hafez El-Kassary

1994

AUC

Novel

The Theme of Scandel Mongering in Four English Comedies.

Ghada Mamdooh Nemetallah

1994

English Department

Drama

Aspects of Industrialism in Rural English as Reflected in Some of Thomas Hardy’s Works

Hanam Barakat

1994

English Department

Poetry

Women’s Consciousness: Gender and Race in the Plays of Lorraine Handsperry

Susan ???

1994

English Department

Drama

Expressionism in Relation of the Theme of alienation in Representative Poems of T. S. Eliot.

Eman Basheer El-Gaafary

1994

English Department

Poetry

The Adaptation of Novel into Drama with Reference to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Dicken’s Oliver Twist, and Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre

Gamal El-din Abd El-Maqsood Abou El-Hassan

1994

English Department

Novel / Drama

Sam Shepard: A Thematic Study.

Dalia Saad El-din El-Shyal

1994

English Department

 

The Consciousness of Violence of Aldous Huxley’s novels.

Manal Anwar Fathy Ahmed

1995

English Department

Novel

The Vision of Loss in Some of Elizabeth Bowen’s Novels.

Lobna Abd El-Ghany Esmail

1995

English Department

Novel

Versions of Self, Versions of India Cross-Cultural Encounters in Selected Novels by Ruth Prawer Ihab Vala.

Hala Safwat Kamal Youssif

1995

University of Leeds

Novel

The Personal and Impersonal in the Critical Theories of T. S. Eliot and Harold Bloom.

Hany Abd-Allah Abd El-Samad El-Basheer

1995

English Department

Criticism

A Study of the Mode and Manner of Virginia Wolf Feminist Criticism.

Nagla Farid Salem

1995

English Department

Criticism

The Puritan Imagination as Revealed in Some of the Works of Hawthorne

Mahmoud Ameen Shehab

1995

English Department

Novel

War and its Impact: A Comparative Analytic Study of John Dos Passos’ USA and Ford Madov Ford’s Parade’s End

Mohamed Mahroos Zayed Elfiqy

1995

English Department

 

A study of Yvor Winlers’ Theory of Poetry in Relation to Samuel Johnson’s. 

Eman Adawy Ahmed Hanafy

1997

English Department

Poetry

Two Contrasting Attitudes towards War as Reflected in the Imagery of Both Rupert Brooke and Wilfred Owen : A Comparative study.

Abeer Omar Ateya

1996

English Department

Poetry

The Vision of London in Henry James’ The Princess Casamassima, Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent, and Compton Mackenzie’s Sinister Street

Eman Ibrahim Neyazi El-Rafee

1996

AUC

Novel

Intertextuality in Sinister Street the Use of Sappho and Manon Lescaut

Lamya Ebrahim El-Sahn

1997

AUC

Novel

Scene Structure in James Tompson’s The Seasons. 

Hala Yousry A. Darweesh

1997

English Department

 

Illusion and Reality in some of Ed Pullins’s Early Plays of Black Experience.

Hamed shaaban Hussein

1997

English Department

Drama

The Portrait of the Artist in J. D. Salinger’s Fiction

Reem Salah El-din Abd El- Aziz

1997

English Department

 

Plot Construction in Four English Burlesque Plays of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: G. Villiers’ The Rehearsal, J. Gays’ The Beggers’ Opera, H. Fielding’s The Tragedy of Tragedies, and R. B. Sheridan’s The Critic

Kholoud Waheed Ezzat

1997

English Department

Drama

The Sense of the Past in Selected Plays by Sam Shepard.

Noha Farooq Abd El-Aziz

1997

English Department

Drama

The Use of Celestial Imagery in the Poetry of Percy B. Shelley

Heba Ali Embabi

1997

English Department

Poetry

The Figure of the Outsider in Selected Novels by Nadine Gordimer

Mona Mohamed Ali Hassan Radwan

1997

English Department

Novel

The Campus Novels of David Lodge and Malcolm Bradbury as Postmodernist Fiction.

Mohamed Abd El-Rahman El-Gindy

1998

English Department

Novel

Selected Plays by Caryl Churchill: A Semiotic Analysis.

Sarah M. Enany

1998

English Department

Drama

Image of the American Society in Updike’s Tetralogy Via Rabbit’s Character

Abeer Salah Ameen

1998

English Department

 

The Past in Selected Novels by Anny Tyler.

Samah Thabet Sayd Thabet

1998

English Department

Novel

Tom Stoppard’s Political Vision in Jumpers, Every Good Day Deserves Favour, Professional Foul and Night and Day.

El-Zahraa Tawfeek El-Gindy

1998

English Department

Drama

The Translations of Mahfouz’s The Search: A Comparative Stylistic Analysis.

Aliaa Tawfeek EL-Guindy

1999

English Department

Translation

The Novel as Fiction and Non-fiction: A Study of Documentation in Herman Melville’s Moby Dick, and Sonallah Ibrahim ‘s Star of August.

Lamis Ragaa El-Nakkash

1999

English Department

Novel

Cultural Politics in the Literary Theory of Edward W.

Mona Samy

1999

English Department

Criticism

Jazz as a Structural Element in African American novels.

Lobna Hamdy El-Konayessi

1999

English Department

Novel

“The Dream of Excellence” as Depicted in some of John Cheever’s Short Stories.

Ameera Reda Qasem

1999

English Department

Short Story

The Feminist Attitude in Selected Plays by Aphra Behm.

Doaa Essam Abd El-Hakim

1999

English Department

Drama

The Evolution of “Writing the Feminine” in Modern Feminist Criticism.(With special Reference to Selected Novels by Genette Winterson”

Dalia Azmy

1999

English Department

Criticism / Novel

Shifting Prespectives in Roy Fuller’s. Collected Poems (193-1961)

Gamal Mohamed Abd El-Raouf

1998

English Department

Poetry

A Study of the American Confessional Poem with Special Reference to Anne Sexton

Sayed Sadek Awad Allah

1999

English Department

Poetry

Themes of Alan Lewis Poetry.

Susan Mohamed Abd El-Aziz Mohamed

1999

English Department

Poetry

The Dialogue of contraries in Love Poetry of Robert Frost.

Mohamed Saad Rateb

2000

English Department

 

Poetry

Romantic Strains in Poetry of William Cullen, Bryant and Emily Dickinson

Ahmed Mohamed abdel Salam

2000

English Department

Poetry

The Comedies of Joe Orton: A Study in the Context of Post Modernism

Hazem atef Mohamed Rezk

2000

English Department

Drama

Autobiography and Dramatic Vision in Selected Plays of Eugene O’Neill

Nargis Bensouda

2000

English Department

Drama

Alienation in selected fiction by Dorris Lessing

Nehad Mohamed Fattouh

2000

English Department

Novel

Place in Post Colonial Theory and Practice in Three Representative Novels

Doaa f ghazy

2001

English Department

Novel

The Dramatic Vision of Alfred Lord Tennyson as Reflected in his Historical Trilogy

Gehan anwar

2000

English Department

Drama

The Use of Multiple Voices in the Poetry of Grace Nichols

Lamiaa Mohamed Said Tawfik

2001

English Department

Poetry

Symbolism of Nature Imagery in the Poetry of William Wordsworth and Khalil Mutran

Nagwa ibrahim abd allah

2001

English Department

Poetry

Bernard Shaw’s Utopian Vision in Theory and Practice in Selected Plays.

Wael Moustafa El-Sawi

 

English Department

Drama

The Dramatic Function of the Double or Multible Self as a Structural Element I Selected Modern Plays. Brecht, Becket.

Amany Wageeh

2001

English Department

Drama

Submission and rejection in Selected novels by Amita Desai.

Arwa Ahmed Salem

2001

English Department

Novel

Myth and history in Selected Works by William Faulkner.

Badr Ahmed Assaidi

 

English Department

Novel

The Male Figure in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath

Nagla Saad

2002

English Department

Poetry

Expressionism in Selected Novels by William Faulkner

Usama Nabeeh Mohamed Raslan

2002

English Department

Novel

The Anti-Colonialist Attitude in Selected Plays

Marwa Essam El-Din Fahmy

2002

English Department

Drama

The Chinese-American Experience in the Fiction of Amy Tam

Marianne Nabil Ibrahim

2002

English Department

Novel

August Wilson’s Dramatic Vision of the African-American historical Reality: a study of Selected Plays.

Hussein Moustafa moharam

2002

English Department

Drama

The Roman Slave in Early English comedy.

Mai Hassan Ali Hassamn

2002

English Department

Drama

David Daiches as a Critic of Poetry.

Ranya El-Shabassy

2002

English Department

Poetry / Criticism

Chekovian Elements in Storey’s Home, Osborne’s West of Suez, and Rushdy’s  The Light in the Dark: A Comparative Study

Basma Abd El_Hameed Abd El-aziz

2002

English Department

Drama

The Ascension towards Nothingness: A Rereading of Samuel Becket as a Post Modernist.

Amr Ameen Mohamed Moustafa El-Sherief

2002

English Department

Drama

Variation on the Myth of Isis and Osiris in Allen Drury, William Golding, and Bahaa Taher.

Sonia Farouk Farid

2002

English Department

Novel

Lawrence Sterne’s The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman(1760-1767) : A Modernist-Postmodernist Reading.

Rasha Ahmed Gamal

2002

English Department

Novel

The Method of Narration in Selected novels by Dorris Lessing.

Hanan Serag El-Din

2003

English Department

Novel

The Archytype in some Selected Plays by Peter Shaffer.

Inas Mohamed Ali

 

English Department

Drama

Theory of Petry of John Keats and Abu-Alquassem AlShabbi

Essam Abd El-Hamid Hegazy

2003

English Department

Comparative poetry

Women in Revolt: Escape as an Act of Resistance.

Reem Galal El-Degwi

2004

English Department

Drama

Peter Barnes as a Post Modernist Dramatist: A Study of Selected Plays.

Ghada Mohamed Abu El-Makarem

 

English Department

Drama

The Rendering of Repetition into English in the Meccan Qur’anic Verses: An Analysis of Three well-known Translations. 

Mohamed Fawzy Ibrahim El-Ghazi

2004

English Department

Translation

Hybridization of Identity after Pearl Harbour in Selected Japanese North-American Fiction.

Nader Moustafa Helmy

2004

English Department

Novel

The Development of Samuel Becket’s Dramatic Techniques in Some of His Major Plays.

Abeer Mohamed Zaki Abu El-Naga

2004

English Department

Drama

The Transformation of Silence inot Language and action in the Poetry of Audrey Lorde.

Rasha Mahmoud Abd El-Fatah

2004

English Department

Poetry

The Evolution of the Concept of Postmodernism in the Critical Works of Ehab Hassan.

Ranya Abd El-Rahman Mahmoud

2004

English Department

Criticism

The Quest for Self-Achievement in Olivia’s Manning’s The Bolkan Trilogy and The Levant Trilogy.

Noha Fawzy Negm

2004

English Department

Novel

Autobiography in the Works of Taha Hussein and Ved Mehta

Essam Abd El-Ra’ouf Badie

2004

English Department

Novel

The Exploration of Nature and the Psyche in the Poetry of Ted Hughes.

Mohamed Agamy Hassan

2004

English Department

Poetry

A Post modernist Approach to Selected African American.

Alia Abbas Mabrook

2004

English Department

Novel

“The Sense of an Ending” in the fiction of David Guterson.

Mohamed Mohamed Atteya

2004

English Department

Novel

Paul Ricoeur and the Semilogical Chalenge: towards a Text-Reader Dialectic.

Haggag Ahmed Shaban Ali

2004

English Department

Criticism

A Reinterpretation of the Female Stereotype in Pam Jems’s Selected Plays.

Amal Ibrahim Kamel

2004

English Department

Drama

Edward Albee’s Dramatic Vision of Women: a study of Woman as Vampire in Selected Plays.

Noha Hassan Saleh Hafez

2004

English Department

Drama

The supernatural as a structural element in the Narrative Poetry of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

Soad M. Negm

2005

English Department

Poetry

The Dialogic Self Imagery of the Man and the Persona in Wordsworth’s Little Prelude.

Noha Farghal.

2005

English Department

Poetry

Cyber Culture: A Study of Palestinian         e-resistance

Ghada Mohamed Ali Hassan El-Akhdar

2005

English Department

Culture

English Women Travellers on the Nile: With a Special Reference to the work of Florence Nightingale (1854), Lucie Duff Gordon (1865), and Emelia Edwards (1877).

Iman Kamel Hussein

2004

English Department

 

A contemporary Vision of the World as a Dystopia in five Selected Plays by Simon Grey.

Jehan Abd El-Hamid Farag Jahin

 

English Department

Drama

The Arab Perception of Edward W. Said with Particular Emphasis on Orientalism

Mahmoud Abd el-Hamid Mahmoud Ahmed

 

English Department

Criticism