Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 2005 vol. 41 : [21] Collection home page

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2005From Very to Whitman: The shaping of Emerson’s poetZapędowska, Magdalena
2005From heresy to sainthood. Joan of Arc’s quest for identity in Bernard Shaw’s "Saint Joan"Krzyżaniak, Dagmara
2005The poetics of grammar as challenge and chance in literary translationsSchultze, Brigitte
2005Knight-errantry of the twentieth century in Graham Greene’s "Monsignor Quixote"Maciulewicz, Joanna
2005Victorian quest in a medieval romance: Alfred Tennyson’s “Enid”Setecka, Agnieszka
2005Carving an identity and forging the frontier: The self-reliant female hero in Willa Cather’s "O Pioneers!"Quawas, Rula
2005Reviving Christian and Druid ideals in "St. Erkenwald"Kowalik, Barbara
2005The Laughing Maiden: Feminine wisdom in Chrétien de Troyes’ "Le Conte du Graal"Borysławski, Rafał
2005Another learning strategy?Zybert, Jerzy
2005Cross-linguistic influence in the production of German prepositions by Polish learners of English and GermanKujałowicz, Agnieszka
2005Zoosemic terms denoting female human beings: Semantic derogation of women revisitedKiełtyka, Robert
2005A holistic, socio-cognitive model of language and language change: A diachronic semasiological story of “bedlam”Krawczak, Karolina
2005A glance at the true self of Shakespearean ellipsisNykiel, Joanna
2005Variation in multi-word units: The absent dimensionAbu-Ssaydeh, Abdul-Fatah
2005The analysis of the semantics of Middle English mowen in the light of its rise to epistemicity and eventualityKwirynowicz, Agnieszka
2005Is reanimation of voices possible? Pragmatics of reported speech in selected Middle English textsWłodarczyk, Matylda
2005Noun phrase internal gender agreement in Late Old English and Early Middle EnglishPysz, Agnieszka
2005“Now you see it, now you don’t” once more: The loss and insertion of dental stops in medieval EnglishWełna, Jerzy
2005Nim or take? A competition between two high frequency verbs in Middle EnglishWełna, Jerzy
2005Let and the “bare infinitive”: An exploratory exercise in traditional (notional) grammarAnderson, John M.
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