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In this paper we shall depict an imaginary journey through Athol Mayhew's Montenegrin chronotope. More precisely, we shall present heterotopia as an associative space of evocative elements by which the author, apart from spatial and temporal, also provides a mimetic paradigm of an unfolding story. We shall describe the ways Athol Mayhew's travel narrative "Montenegro As We Saw It" achieves its cultural and historical coding through emphasizing its intellectual, monologic, associative,doi:10.32728/studpol/2019.08.01.06 fatcat:g3jniq7kdze6fnrovjjljejssi