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Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies 24/2

Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies 24/2

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Table of contents

David L. White
Old English Without Short Diphthongs: The Outlines of a New Interpretation

Marta Kołos
Instances of Phonological Weight-Sensitivity in Early Middle English Poetry

Bernhard Diensberg
The Origin of Aroint and Other -oint-Words in English

Paweł Kornacki
A Note on the Grammatical Functions and Patterns of Use of the Function Word Ol in Written Tok Pisin (New Guinea Pidgin)

Xavier Dekeyser
Of ‘Bodies’ and Related Names in the History of English Semantics: Semantic Dynamics vs. Semantic Boundedness

Joanna Esquibel
How Would They Transfer the Message Across? From Wendan to Translaten: on the Replacement of Native Forms with a Romance Borrowing

Begoña Crespo
Women Writing Science in the Eighteenth Century: A Preliminary Approach to Their Language in Use

Magdalena Kizeweter and Barry Keane
The Case for Creativity and Literalism in Practical Translation Classes

Review article

Bernhard Diensberg
A New Manual of English Lexicology

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