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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1999Spatial relationships in Emiy Dickinson’s poetryZapędowska, Magdalena
1999A female peon and the state of war in Thomas Middleton’s "A Game at Chess"Ziaja-Buchholtz, Mirosława
1999Neither in nor out: A lover of witches. Androgyny in American popular culture. A case studyRzepa, Agnieszka
1999Maidens, corpses, and words: Edgar Allan Poe and the failure of the sublimeWilczyński, Marek
1999Hawthorne our contemporary: Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “The Birthmark” and “Ethan Brand”Carter, Steven
1999Elizabethan stage vs. cinema in Kenneth Branagh’s "Hamlet"Fabiszak, Jacek
1999Madness in the family in realistic and absurd guise: Miller’s "The Last Yankee" and Pinter’s "Moonlight"Osterwalder, Hans
1999Are contemporary Polish teachers of English democratic or authoritarian - teachers’ and students’ perceptions: A surveyKębłowska, Magdalena
1999Selected aspects of phonostatistics in American poetryŻuchowski, Rafał
1999A functional-stratificational analysis of what-clauses for pedagogical grammarYang, Yonglin
1999Morphological and syntactic categories in the theory of generative grammarRuszkiewicz, Piotr
1999The use of generic we in written political commentary in Hong KongBerry, Roger
1999A parallel development in the history and acquisition of be going to in EnglishPawłowska, Monika
1999Naturalness: The English s-genitive and of-phraseOrešnik, Janez
1999Stereotypes and language stigma: The causes of prejudice against the weaker sex in Early Modern EnglandOkulska, Urszula
1999Pronouns in the Cely lettersRutkowska, Hanna
1999A semantic analysis of emotion terms in Old EnglishFabiszak, Małgorzata
1999Spelling practices in three manuscripts of the "Canterbury Tales"Hans, Aleksandra
1999A history of the English perfect infinitiveMolencki, Rafał
1999The spread of the s-plural in Middle English (1150-1420): A corpus studyNewman, John G.
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