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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 24
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1984Functional sentence perspective: Towards a greater precision?Szwedek, Aleksander
1984An interview with Cyprian EkwensiNganga, B.
1984Elements of Neo-platonism in William Shakespeare’s "Romeo and Juliet"Kiliński, Janusz
1984Beauty: The Keatsian aesthetic idealEruvbetine, A. E.
1984Some medieval concepts in Shakespeare’s playsSierz, Krystyna
1984The confidence-man’s colourful – colourless masquerade: Melville’s theatre of the absurd “In black and white”Husni, Khalil
1984John Webster’s "The White Devil": A study in black humor and laughter as audience responseElandt-Jankowska, Ewa
1984Lord Byron as a prose humoristRaizis, Marius Byron
1984Some trends in current research on composingSkibniewski, Leszek
1984Excuse me; you’re standing in my pencil - the naturalness of ESL dialoguesPreston, Dennis R.
1984Narration as role-complementary interaction: An ethnomethodological approach to the study of literary narrativesWatts, Richard J.
1984Three issues in languages in contactNelde, P. H.
1984A note on rhematic subjects in EnglishDuszak, Anna
1984Semanto-pragmatic classification of conditionalsDancygier, Barbara; Mioduszewska, Ewa
1984Terms for a change: The metalanguage of linguisticsBennett, W. A.
1984Antithesis - a linguistic approachKałuża, Irena
1984On some /n/-final prefixes, boundaries and nasal assimilationSobkowiak, Włodzimierz
1984Is parental language sexually differentiated?Pieper, Ursula
1984On the impersonal-to-personal transition in EnglishKrzyszpień, Jerzy
1984Some notes on the origin of Middle English /a/Adamska-Sałaciak, Arleta
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