Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 2001 vol. 36 : [21] Collection home page

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2001Intertextual competence: The reader’s key to the treasureTurski, Marcin
2001From Edwards to Slosson: Typology, nature and the New England domestic gothicWilczyński, Marek
2001The idea of cultural continuity in G. Chaucer’s "House of Fame"Wicher, Andrzej
2001Orality and literacy in Middle English religious literature on the example of medieval lives of ChristWitalisz, Władysław
2001The construction of power and pride in the framework of political allegory in the Middle English "Pride of Life"Sikorska, Liliana
2001Ortography in the Cely lettersRutkowska, Hanna
2001Metaphors we love by: On the cognitive metaphors of LOVE from the 15th century to the presentTissari, Heli
2001A corpus-based study of the figure and ground in sitting, standing, and lying constructionsNewman, John
2001Recent derivatives with the suffix -less: A change in progress within the category of English private adjectives?Górska, Elżbieta
2001Composite predicates and idiomatisation in Middle English: A corpus-based approachMoralejo-Gárate, Teresa
2001The code and context of "Monasteriales Indicia": A semiotic analysis of late Anglo-Saxon monastic sign languageConde-Silvestre, Juan C.
2001On the origin of the English diminutive suffix -y, -ieShields, Kenneth Jr.
2001The Scots - Northern English continuum of marking noun pluralityKopaczyk, Joanna
2001On the non-expressed object of Old English infinitivesCastillo, Concha
2001Suppletion for suppletion, or the replacement of ēode by went in EnglishWełna, Jerzy
2001Naturalness, markedness and the productivity of the Old English a-declensionBertacca, Antonio
2001Old English reflexes of Sievers’ LawAdamczyk, Elżbieta
2001Reconsidering the history of the English verbal systemKrygier, Marcin
2001Estuary English and RP: Some recent findingsPrzedlacka, Joanna
2001Received pronunciation: Who “receives” it and how long will it be “received”?Milroy, James
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