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Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, Vol. 9 (2017)


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Conceptual Metaphors of Anaesthesiology
Stevan Mijomanović
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2017. - Vol. 9, p. 11-23

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2017.9.1
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Epistemic Modality Markers Used as Hedges in Research Articles
Danijela D. Ðorđević
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2017. - Vol. 9, p. 25-47

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2017.9.2
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Analytical Measurement of L2 Speaking Proficiency in a Final Exam in English
Jelena Grubor
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2017. - Vol. 9, p. 49-62

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2017.9.3
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Licentious Spleen Turned into Melodramatic Technicolor: A Film Version of “The Sun Also Rises”
Sergej Macura
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2017. - Vol. 9, p. 65-79

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2017.9.4
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Michael Longley — The Captive of Various Traditions
Tomislav Pavlović
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2017. - Vol. 9, p. 81-93

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2017.9.5
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Rediscovery of Reality and Genre in Cormac McCarthy’s “The Road”
Miloš Arsić
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2017. - Vol. 9, p. 95-106

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2017.9.6
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The Mirror Motif in Margaret Atwood’s “Cat’s Eye”
Milena Nikolić
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2017. - Vol. 9, p. 107-122

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2017.9.7
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The Grail as Cultural Heritage: Revaluating the Tradition of Wolfram’s “Parzival” in the Light of Wagner’s Musical Drama “Parsifal”
Andreea Popescu
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2017. - Vol. 9, p. 123-136

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2017.9.8
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Transforming the Realist Narrative Mode in “The British Museum is Falling Down”: David Lodge’s Literature of Exhaustion
Svetlana Milivojević Petrović
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2017. - Vol. 9, p. 137-144

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2017.9.9
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Time Lapse as Space for Contact: The Character and the City in Virginia Woolf’s “Mrs Dalloway” and Colum McCann’s “Let the Great World Spin”
Jelena Pršić
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2017. - Vol. 9, p. 145-159

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2017.9.10
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Knowledge for the 21st Century: Revisiting the Snow/Leavis Controversy
Lena S. Petrović
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2017. - Vol. 9, p. 161-177

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2017.9.11
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An Interview with Christopher Bigsby
Radojka Vukčević
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2017. - Vol. 9, p. 181-186

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2017.9.12
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