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Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies 3 (2011)


1. Richard II: His Hidden Legacy in the English Language
Junichi Toyota
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 9-32

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.1
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2. Progressive Aspect Today: The Stative Verbs
Hortensia Pârlog
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 33-48

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.2
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3. The Marker "You See": Cognitive-Pragmatic and Socio-Pragmatic Observations
Mirjana Mišković-Luković
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 49-62

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.3
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4. Perception of Uniqueness and the Acquisition of the English Article System
Lech Zabor
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 63-86

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.4
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5. Gender and Vocabulary Learning in EFL: A Case Study from Macedonia
Anžela Nikolovska
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 87-109

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.5
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6. The CVX Theory of Syllable: The Analysis of Word-Final Rhymes in English and in Slovak
Renáta Gregová
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 111-126

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.6
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7. Quenched Light, or Seeing Through a Glass Darkly - A Collocation-Based View of Larkin’s Atheism and Depression
Marija Milojković
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 127-144

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.7
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8. Men and Beauty
Adrian Frazier
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 147-162

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.8
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9. Forging, Milking, Delivering: The Female and Maternal as Links Between a "Portrait" and "Ulysses"
Biljana Dojčinović
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 163-173

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.9
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10. Why Is a Talking Bird Funny? Aspects of Humor in "The Jewbird" by Bernard Malamud
Rumena Bužarovska
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 175-185

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.10
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11. Louis Macneice’s "Zoo" as a Personal Menagerie
Teresa Bruś
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 187-200

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.11
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12. Disintegration of Jewish Polish Identity and Re-Invention of a Postmodern Hybridized Self in Eva Hoffman’s "Lost in Translation: Life in a New Language"
Elżbieta Klimek-Dominiak
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 201-214

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.12
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13. “Hey, Come on, We’re All Americans Here": The Representation of Muslim-American Identity in John Updike’s "Terrorist"
Ulla Kriebernegg
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 215-228

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.13
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14. Postmodern Irony and Humor in "Catch-22" by Joseph Heller and Their Parallels in Postmodern Music and Art
Mirjana M. Knežević
Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies, 2011. - Vol. 3, p. 229-247

https://doi.org/10.18485/bells.2011.3.14
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