Recent Submissions

  • The inescapability of fate and conflicted identities in contemporary stories 

    Roald, Kristina Mari (Bachelor thesis, 2023)
    Humans thrive, entertain themselves, and are built upon stories. Stories enable us to escape the cruel realities of our own world, whether it be sickness, fatigue, authoritarian regimes, or war. As these realities’ opposites ...
  • The Composition of a Self 

    Stewart, Åsgunn Jensen (Bachelor thesis, 2021)
    I will explore the correspondences between the ways in which the narrator and protagonist of Margaret Atwood’s novel The Handmaid’s Tale, composes the story she tells us, and the ways in which she is forced to compose ...
  • Dylan Thomas and Religion 

    Vattøy, Kim-Daniel (Bachelor thesis, 2013)
    The twentieth century saw a growing use of technological warfare which led some to fear that civilisation itself was at risk. The two world wars also raised the question of whether the existence of a Christian God had any ...