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The essays gathered here must speak for themselves. Nonetheless, in their different ways, they address a common core of questions arising from the global nature of problems concerning history, ideology and identity. They do so by employing those strategies of literary investigation that have emerged over the last four decades, in particular by deconstructing texts to expose their internal contradictions and patterns of opposition, which are so important in determining their ideological standpoint. This is not to say that the essays themselves wish to persuade readers to an ideological position; nor does it mean that they are innocent and neutral readings of the texts they discuss. But it is hoped that this volume will reflect the spirit of tolerance, the recognition of and respect for difference in a changing and globalised world."" Peter Preston, University of Nottingham
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Marija KNEEVI teaches 19th- and 20th-century British literature, at the Department of English Language and Literature, University of Montenegro, which she also currently chairs. Her publication primarily focuses on the work of D. H. Lawrence, but her recent interests are also contemporary British and Canadian literature, as well as travel writing. She is the author of Lorens u Italiji (Belgrade, 2001), co-author of Readers Companion to Victorian Literature (Podgorica, 2004, in cooperation with Aleksandra Nikevi-Batrievi). She has cooperated in compilation of Serbian-English and English-Serbian Dictionary (Belgrade, 2003). She has widely translated in literature, participated at numerous international conferences and herself co-organized three on English Language and Literary Studies, which yielded rich material for four volumes of proceedings, two of which are accepted to be published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Aleksandra NIKEVI-BATRIEVI teaches English and American literature at the Department of English language and literature, University of Montenegro. She also teaches English language at the Departments of Italian and German language, and at the Faculty for Visual Arts. Both her M.A. and her doctoral dissertation are on American literature. Although in her publications she primarly focuses on the works of Herman Melville and American female poets, her interests also include narratology, feminist criticism, and various other authors from the domain of English and American literature. During the previous years she has participated at various international conferences and herself co-organized three on Anglo-American studies at the University of Montenegro. She is president of the Society for Anglo-American Literary Studies and general editor of literary magazine Lit, published at the University of Montenegro
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