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| NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS Oksana Andruh is a postgraduate student in English literature (Belarusian State University, Philological Department).

Among her other interests is art of English women poetess of Renaissance Age.

Natallia Beliakova is a senior student of the department of Modern Romanic-Germanic Philology at Belarusian State University. Her research interests include Contemporary Literary Criticism, Modern English Literature, German and Russian Literatures, feminism. Natallia is also majoring in Pedagogy, particularly in teaching Russian as a Foreign Language.

Hanna Butyrchyk is a lecturer at the Belarusian State University. She gives courses in English Literature of the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries, Criticism, general courses in foreign literature. The main branches of her researches are Comparative Literature and American Studies. Her dissertation The Archetype of Motherland in Creative Heritage of John Steinbeck and Kuzma Chorny was a first attempt in the Belarusian literary criticism to present a comparative study of American and Belarusian classic on the basis of archetype.

The present research theme is the typological study of American and Belarusian war/military prose.

Victoria Egorova is a third-course student of the department of Modern Romanic-Germanic Philology at Belarusian State University. Also she is a poet. Among her academic interests are postmodern literature and contemporary critic theories.

Natallia Lameka is a postgraduate student of the Foreign Literature Department of the Belarusian State University. She is involved in the studies of the 20th century English Literature, in particular the Art of Modernism and the works of James Joyce.

Natalia S. Povalyaeva (andidate of Philology) is a teacher of modern and contemporary English Literature in Belarusian State University. She has authored numerous publications on twentieth-century English womens prose. Among them is Polyphonic prose of Virginia Woolf. Her primary interest is English Womens modern and contemporary prose and Feminist Criticism.

Elena Povsun graduated from Belarusian State University and in 2004 she got her Master of Philology degree, successfully defended the dissertation on the work of Charlotte Bronte.

Katsiaryna Saladukha graduated from Belarusian State University in 2004, successfully defended her diploma on the phenomenon of time in V. Woolfs Mrs. Dalloway and M. Cunninghams The Hours. At the moment she works for the Department of Culture Affairs, the Belarusian State University.

Vera Smirnova is a postgraduate student in Italian Literature at Belarusian State University. She is also a teacher of modern and contemporary Italian Literature at the university.

Currently she works on her dissertation on the work of Carlo Emilio Gadda.

Anna Stankevitch is a postgraduate student of the Foreign Literature Department of the Belarusian State University. She currently works on the dissertation dedicated to the work of Muriel Spark.

Maria Cndida Zamith is a Research Member in the Institute of English Studies at the Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto (Portugal), where she collaborates with a group of scholars who have undertaken to translate into Portuguese the complete dramatic works of Shakespeare, and where she taught, amongst other subjects, English Culture of the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries. Her main interest in literature concerns Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group. Her PhD dissertation thesis deals with Virginia Woolf and her attitude toward life.

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