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Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, Tm. 2 (2020)

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2

1.
Look Back with Pride: Memories of the English Department
Ranko Bugarski
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 11-14

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch1
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2.
Materialising Hamlet in the Cinemas of Russia, Central and Eastern Europe
Mark Thornton Burnett
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 17-34

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch2
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3.
Discursive Intersections and Film-Making Constraints: To Have and Have Not
Sergej Macura
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 35-49

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch3
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4.
Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy and the Concept of Laughing Through Tears in Beckett’s Waiting for Godot
Svetozar Poštić
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 51-65

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch4
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5.
Shakespeare as an Egalitarian
Nataša Šofranac
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 67-81

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch5
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6.
Oedipus in Hamlet
Emilija Mirković
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 83-87

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch6
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7.
Verbal Violence in Overtly Political Plays by Harold Pinter
Ana Sitarica
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 89-106

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch7
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8.
Re-Reading Sahitya and Literature and the Problems of Singularity
Dipannita Datta
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 107-119

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch8
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9.
“A Horror and a Phantasm”: Heidegger Quotation as a Gothic Device in Flannery OʼConnorʼs “Good Country People”
Vladimir Vujošević
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 121-132

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch9
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10.
David Foster Wallace on the Role of the Essay in the World of Total Noise: “Deciderization 2007: A Special Report”
Tijana Spasić Jakovljević
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 133-141

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch10
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11.
Isabel Emslie Hutton’s Account of World War I in Serbia
Milica Spremić Končar
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 143-151

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch11
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12.
On Some Features of English Modernist Travel Writing
Nataša Pavlović
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 153-167

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch12
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13.
The Last of the Mohicans as a National Monument
Frédéric Dumas
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 169-181

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch13
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14.
Sartorial/Rhetorical Style: Costume and Appearance in Victorian Fallen Woman Fiction
Ashleigh Petts
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 183-199

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch14
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15.
The Myth of the Self-Created Man in William Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom!
Danijela Mitrović
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 201-212

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch15
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16.
The Masculine Code: Structures of Masculinity in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies
Stefan Alidini
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 213-227

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch16
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17.
Choosing Otherness over the Other in Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Bojana Gledić
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 229-245

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch17
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18.
The Protean Nature of Landscapes in John Barth’s Lost in the Funhouse
Miloš Arsić
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 247-256

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch18
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19.
The Influence of Satire on Identity Formation in Jonathan Coe’s The House of Sleep
Andreea Daniela Țacu
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 257-270

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch19
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20.
The Reappropriation of Fantasy in 21st-Century American Fiction: Michael Chabon’s The Yiddish Policemen’s Union
Sanja Šoštarić
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 271-288

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch20
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21.
Art Puzzling War in Anthony Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See
Florentina Anghel
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 289-297

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch21
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22.
Popular Culture in (a) Nutshell: Ian McEwan’s Modern Hamlet
Jovana Srećković
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 299-307

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch22
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23.
Postmodern Sunsets and the Concept of Death in Delillo’s White Noise and Zero K
Slađana Stamenković
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 309-327

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch23
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24.
No Ordinary Love: Ordinary People by Diana Evans
Emilija Lipovšek
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 329-335

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch24
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25.
Encounter With the Other in Ursula Le Guin’s Planet of Exile
Mirjana M. Vučković
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 337-345

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch25
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26.
Feminist Dystopia in Margaret Atwood’s Novel The Handmaid’s Tale
Edita Bratanović
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 347-357

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch26
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27.
British–Serbian Cultural Ties Revisited: More Than Meets the Eye
Katarina Rasulić
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 361-364

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch27
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28.
Anglo–Serbian Cultural Relations During the Great War and Its Aftermath: Learning of the Other Through War Efforts
Slobodan G. Markovich
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 365-383

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch28
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29.
Lament over Londongrad: Reflections Upon the Footsteps of Miloš Crnjanski
Vesna Goldsworthy
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 385-395

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch29
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30.
Painter From Piccadilly: British–Serbian Pop Culture/Rock Music Encounters
Branko Rosić
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 397-401

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch30
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31.
From Pudding to Promaja: Navigating the Cultural Labyrinth of Living and Teaching in Serbia
Jonathan Pendlebury
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 403-414

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch31
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32.
Capital City: How Billionaire Heroism Mediates Post-Imperial Ambiguities in The Avengers and The Avengers – Age of Ultron
Ilias Ben-Mna
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 415-435

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch32
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33.
Illusion-Making and Illusion-Breaking: All My Sons on the Albanian Stage Before the Collapse of Communism
Elgoni Nikolla
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 437-445

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch33
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34.
“I Suffer from Border Syndrome”: The Palimpsest of Borders in Transcultural Texts of Migration
Miriam Wallraven
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 447-462

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch34
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35.
Pedagogy of Extraneity: Cultural Studies in a Global Information Age
Greta Goetz
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 463-491

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch35
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36.
Fish Out of Water: A Case Study of Intercultural Student Communities Through Trompenaars’ Dimensions of Culture
Milica Rodić
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2020. - Tm. 2, p. 493-507

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells90.2020.2.ch36
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