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PhD Degrees in Literature

 

Title

Author

Date

Place

Genre

A Study of the Development of Wordsworth’s Early Styles, 1793-1800as Reflected in the Imagery of : An Evening Walk, Descriptive Sketches, The Borderers,  Peter Bell, and  The Prelude

Mohamed Mohamed Enani

1975

University of Reading, Faculty of Letters.

Poetry

The Theme of Nature in the Works of George Meredith

Nabil Ragheb Farag

1976

English Department

 

The Conflict Between Folk Myth and Reality: A Study of J.M.Synges’ Dramatic heroines.

Fatma Mandily

1977

English Department

Drama

T.S. Eliot Critical Theory in Practice

Hashem H. Al-Madi

1978

English Department

Poetry

Egypt in the Novels of P.H.Newby

Talaat Saleh

1978

Ain Shams University

Novel

Symbolism as a structural element in the works of Herman Melville

Aida M. El-Shaarawi

 

English Department

Novel

The Tragic Vision of Thomas Hardy and of D.H. Lawrence. A Comparative Study in the Structure and Texture of their Representative Novels.

Abla Mostafa Sadeq Yehia

1980

English Department

Novel

Wilkie Collins as a Novelist

Galila Ann Abdel Moneim Ragheb

1980

English Department

Novel

The Influence of T.S.Eliot on W.H. Auden

Maher Shafik Farid

1982

English Department

Poetry

A Structural Analysis of Earnest Hemingway’s Fiction.

Evine Mohamed Hashem

Oct.1982

English Department

Novel

Some Modes Of Medieval Romance in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales

Mona Nagy Bedwani

1985

English Department

Novel

The Development of Coleridge ‘s theory of the imagination in the criticism of I.A.Rechards and Cleanth Brookes

Moahamed Yehia M. Hassan

1983

English Department

Criticism

Realism in early prose fiction, A Comparative Study of: The Maqamat, The Lazarillo De Tormes and The Unfortunate Traveller or The Life of Jack Wilton by Thomas Nashe

Marie-Therese Faltaous Abdel-Messith

1983

English Department

Novel

Modern Heroines in the Making : A Re-Evolution of the Satiric Comedies of the Restoration.

Mona Mohamed El-Halawany

1984

English Department

Drama

 Elizabeth Deghorn Gaskell and the Nineteenth-century English Social Novel

Mona Hussein Mores

1984

English Department

Novel

Bernard Show in Egypt with Particular Emphasis on Reception and Influence

Amal Aly Mazhar

1984

English Department

Drama

Reality and Illusion in the Plays of Edward Albee

Nabaweya E. Waked

1984

English Department

Drama

The Development of Imagery in the works of T.S. Eliot

Rawhaieh Mohamed Agamieh

1985

English Department

Poetry

The Characterization of Women in Anthony Trollope’s Fiction

Nadia Shaker Gindi

1986

English Department

 

Revenge and the Morality of Intrigue in Elizabethan and Jacobean Tragedy

Azza Abdel Aziz Gadallah

1986

English Department

Drama

The Father-son Relationship in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century British Novel

Houssam Ahmed Ramzi

1987

English Department

Novel

The Theme of Violence in the English Theatre of the Seventieth with Special Emphasis on the Plays of: Edward Bond , Howard Brenton , David Harey , David Edgar, John Mcgrath.

Mohamed ElSaid Ahmed

1987

English Department

Drama

The Influence of Three English Novelists: John Galsworthy , D.H.Lawrence, and James Joyce on Some of the Novels of Najib Mahfouz

Nevine Ibrahim ghorab

1987

English Department

Novel

George Orwell: Persuasion to Truth Through Propaganda

Mona ElKony Shaker

1987

University of Maryland

Novel

The

Transformation of Physical Reality Imaginative Reality on Some Novels of Henry James

Nadia Salah ElDin ElKholy

1987

English Department

Novel

New Trends in Contemporary English Children’s Literature : 11 to 14 Age Group with Particular reference to the Sixties and Seventies

Soumaya Mazloum Abdo

1987

English Department

Novel

Kenneth Burke’s Philosophy of Symbolic Action

Musa A.H. Keilani

1987

English Department

 

English Poets in Egypt (1939-1945)

Hoda El Sadda

1988

English Department

poetry

The Evolution of Wordsworth’s Prelude a study in the Growth of a Modern Epic

Loubna Abdel Tawab Youssef

1988

English Department

Poetry

Brendan Behan : The Dramatist as Rebel, a Study of the Theme of Rebellion in the plays, autobiographical writings, Letters and Radio Plays

Fathi Abdallah Mohamed Darrag

1989

English Department

Drama

Post-Modernist Tragi-Comedy: A Study of the Vision and Techniques of Tom Stoppard from 1965-1974

Azza Taha Zaki

1990

English Department

Drama

Psycho-Religious Aspects in Some of Graham Greene’s Novels, Plays, and Short stories

Azza Ahmed Heikal

1990

English Department

Novel/Drama

A Feminist Approach to the Plays of Lillian Hellman.

Hoda Grant Nashed

1991

English Department

Drama

The figure of King Arthur in Post-Medieval Literature.

Azza Zohair Al-Sherbiny

1991

English Department

Drama

A Study of the Mythical Element in Shakespeare’s Last Plays: Pericles, Cymbeline, Te Winter’s Tale , and The Tempest.

Tawfeek Ali Yasseen Mansour

1993

English Department

Drama

The Plays of D. H. Lawrence.

Hala Hamed El Borollosy.

1993

English Department

Drama

Eugene O’Neil’s Influence on Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, and Edward Albee

Mona Kamel Daniel

1994

English Department

Drama

The Use of Folklore and History in the Novels of Toni Morrison.

Soha Raafat Ibrahim

1994

English Department

Novel

The Evolution of ‘The British Working Class’ in Arnold Wesker’s Plays.

Manal Yassin Eissa

1994

English Department

Drama

The American South in the Poetry of Allen Tate and Robert Penn Warren.

Mona Ibrahim Ali

1994

English Department

Poetry

The Thematic Crux in the Poetry of T.S.Eliot and Robert Lowell: a Comparative Study.

Mohamad Abdel Salam Hassan

1994

English Department

Poetry

The Artist as an Exile in the Plays of Henrick Ibsen, James Joyce, and Thomas Sterns Eliot.

Randa Rushdy Kamel Helmy

1994

English Department

Drama

Self- in Time: The Development of William Wordsworth’s Ballad Experiment in the Great Decade (1798-1809)

Shereen Abou El-Naga

1995

English Department

Poetry

The Development of the Heroine in Representative African American Feminist Novels.

Mervat Mohsen Mohamed

1995

English Department

Novel

The Literary Text in Deconstructive Criticism.

Hourya Hassan

1995

English Department

Criticism

British Women Writers in Egypt in the Middle Decades of the Nineteenth Century: Sophia Poole, Harriet Martinea, and Lucia Duff Gordon.

Sahar Sobhi Abdel-Hakim

1996

English Department

Culture /Novel

The Significance of the Chronotope in Three Representative Novels by Thomas Hardy

Salwa Hamdy El-Demerdash

1996

English Department

Novel

Satire in some of the Novels pf Aldous Huxley and Sinclair Lewis

Marylin Ramzy Iskandar

1996

English Department

Novel

Milton’s Paradise Lost as Drama

Mohamed Abdel Aaty Massoud

1996

English Department

Drama/Poetry

A Study of the Role of Spatial Form in Four of Charles Dickens’ Novels.

Cecile Raafat Tawfik

1996

English Department

Novel

The Development of the Dream as Reflected in Selected Plays by August Strindberg, Elmen Rice and Harold Pinter. A Thematic and Structural Study.

Azza Abdel Aziz Fahmy

1996

English Department

Drama

The Clown in Modern British and Arabic Drama: A Comparative study.

Naglaa Bedeir Ehadidy

1996

English Department

Drama

The Place of Women Characters in the Novels of Charles Dickens : A Reassessment in the Light of Critical Opinions

Zakaria Mohamed Zakaria

1996

English Department

Novel

Existential Aspects in some of John Steinbeck’s Novels and Tales

Azza Mohamed Ali

1997

English Department

Novel

English Translation of the Seven Odes

Hoda Shukry Ayad

1995

English Department

Translation

The Identity of Arab American Poets in an analytical Study

Maha ElSaid

1997

English Department

Poetry

Methods of Rendering the Story of Moses in the Holy Qur’an: An Analysis of Three Translations

Naglaa Roshdy ElHawary

1997

English Department

Translation

The Search for Form: The Dramatic Function of Music in African American Theatre.

Dalia Saad El-Din El-Shayal

1998

English Department

Drama

Blood Relations in the 16th Century Drama.

Mohamad Ali Tamam

1997

English Department

Drama

African American Feminist Playwrights and their contribution to the Feminist Theatre.

Sally Abdel Aziz Hammouda

1998

English Department

Drama

The Quest For Identity in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath (A Feminist Approach)

Iman Bashir Al-Gahafari

1999

English Department

Poetry

An Account of the Criticism of Antony and Cleopatra

Anisa diane Rashed Makhzangi

1981

University of Birmingham

Criticism

The Conflict of Voices in the Poetry of Dennis Brutus and Mahmud Darweesh : A Comparative Study.

Randa k. Abu Bakr

1998

English Department

Poetry

The Development of the Narrative Technique in Katherine Mansfield’ short Fiction

Hanan Barakat

1999

English Department

Novel

English Perspectives on Naguib Mahfouz

Maggie Nabil Nassef

1998

English Department

Novel

The Changing Image of Shakespeare in Arabic. A Study of the different Arabic Translation of Shakespeare (1900-1970)

Omaya Ibrahim Abdel Fatah Khalifa

1995

English Department

Drama

Baroque Features in the Poetry of Peter Porter: a Hermeneutic Approach. 

Ahmed Hany Abdel Hakem

2000

English Department

Poetry

Satire as a Means of Incarnating avid Hare’s political and social Theatre.

Yehya Kamel El-Sayed Youssef

2000

English Department

Drama

The Cultural Matrix of Modern Treatment of Shakespearean Theme: A Selection of Representative Plays.

Heba Hassan El-Abbadi

2000

English Department

Drama

The Tragic Vision in Selected Novels by William Trever.

Lobna Abdel- Ghani Ismail

2001

English Department

Novel

The Mystical Quest in Hild Doelittle’s Poetry.

Sahar Saad El-Mogy

2001

English Department

Poetry 

The Development of Maxwell Anderson’s Dramatic Vision and Form.

Hamed Shaaban Hussein

2001

English Department

Drama

The Dialogical Relationship Between Author and Character : George Bernard Shaw and Tawfik El-Hakim

Gamal Abdel-Maksood

1999

English Department

Novel

Wayward Girls and Wicked Women: The Writing and Re-Writing of Fairy Tales.

Hala Gamal Sami

2002

English Department

Novel

The Two Voices: The Question of conflict in Byron’s DpnJuan

Hany Abdullah Al-Basheer

2002

English Department

Poetry

The Author Resurrected: The Paradox of Omniscience in Works of Metafiction.

Mohamed Abdel-Rahman El-Gindy

2002

English Department

Novel

The Silenced Speak: Self-Expression in Selected Novels by Toni Morrison and Alice Walker.

Afaf Ahmed Hassan

2001

English Department

Novel

Dislocation and Relocation of the Asian American Character in the Works of Philipkan Gotanade and David Henry Hwang 

Noha Farouk Abdel-Aziz

2001

English Department

 

Changing signs: A Semiotic Study of Selected Plays by Maria Irene

Sarah Enani

2002

English Department

Drama

The Use and Implications of Memory in Selected Novels by Eudora Welty.

Zeinab Moustafa Abdel-Aal

2002

English Department

Novel

The Literariness of Text in Jacobson’s Formalism and Brook’s New Criticism

Mahmoud Amin Shehab

2002

English Department

Criticism

George Farquhar as a Transitional Dramatist: A Study of Dramatic Technique in Four Comedies.

Kholoud Waheed Ezzat

2002

English Department

Drama

Magic Realism in Contemporary African and African-American Fiction.

Mounira Gamal Soliman

2002

English Department

Novel

The Cultural Conflict of East and West in Selected Novels by Lawrence Durrell, P. H. Newby, and D. J. Enright.

Pervine Yehia El-Refaei

2002

English Department

Novel

The Quest of Cultural Memory in the Poetry of Rita dove.

Sally H. Michael

2003

English Department

Poetry

The Structure and Function of Poetic Narratives in William Cowper’s The Task

Hala Yousry Darwish

2003

English Department

Poetry

The Study of The Transition of Figurative Language in the Qur’an with Reference to Arberry, Dawood, Ghali, and Youssif Ali.

Khaled Mahmoud Tawfik

2003

English Department

Translation

The comedies of Alan Ayckbourne: A Study of Development.

Ghada Mamdouh Nemetallah

2003

English Department

Drama

Island Myths: A Comparative Study of the Island in some Representative English and German Novels.

Amal Sherif Abu El-Fadl

2003

English Department

Novel

Utopian Images in the Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley.

Heba Ali Embaby

2003

English Department

Poetry

The Rendering of Some Hypernyms and Hyponyms in the Translations of Hadith by Al-Fahim, Matraji and Khan : A Semantic Study

Hebatallah M. Aref

2003

English Department

Translation

Literary Tricksterism and Border Cultures in Contemporary Ethnic American Literature.

Reem Salah El-Din Addel

2003

English Department

Novel

Problems of Translation from Swahili to English.

Hasan Moustafa Hassan El-Hemaly

2003

English Department

Translation

Social Concerns in the Poetry of W. H. Auden And Stephen Crane.

Ahmed Mohamed Abd El-Salam

2003

English Department

Poetry

The Construction and Projection of the Self in contemporary Immigrant Women’s Autobiography.

Hala SAfwat Kamal

2003

English Department

Novel

The Experience of Aging as Depicted in Selected Novels by May Sarton.

Naglaa Farid Salem

2004

English Department

Novel

The Metaphor of The Cage in Contemporary American Novel

Samah Thabet

2004

English Department

Novel

Aspects of Post Modernism in British and American Fiction of the 1960s: An Analytical Study of Some Representative Novels

Hala Zakariya Khalifa Ahmed

2004

English Department

Novel

Emily Dickinson and Anne Sexton as Confessional Poets: A Comparative Study

Sayed Sadek Awadallah

2004

English Department

Poetry

Aspects of Neuroses in Pat Barker’s War Trilogy.

Mona Mohamed Ali Hassan Radwan

2004

English Department

Novel

Irreconcilable Opposites: A Study of Tom Stoppard’s Theatre

Khaled Saad

2005

English Department

Drama