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Anglica 16: Explorations in literature and language

Anglica 16: Explorations in literature and language

Andrzej Weseliński, In memoriam: Irena Dobrzycka (1909-2007)


Barbara Kowalik
Edwin Muir’s medievalism

Anna Walczuk
Literary fiction in the face of truth

Maria Błaszkiewicz
Now come the days of the King!: the significance of the coronation scene in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings

Dominika Oramus
Theatre in Hollywood: Wise Children and “John Ford’s T’is Pity She’s a Whore” by Angela Carter

Magdalena Popiel
Child – adult opposition in Ian McEwan’s fiction


Monika Opalińska
Pre-sonorant <h> in Old English

Jerzy Wełna
Historical phonetics: fact or fiction?

Anna Budna
On the origin of the present participle marking in mediaeval English

Joanna Janecka
Comparing the compared: the rivalry between adjectival suffixation and periphrasis in the Middle English manuscripts of the Ancrene Riwle

John G. Newman
The extension of the noun plural marker —(e) n (e) in Middle English: the West Midland, Southwestern and Southeastern dialects

Kinga Sądej
The semantic field HILL / MOUNTAIN in Old English: a corpus-based study

Marta Sylwanowicz
Madfolkes and Lunaticke persons...: the synonyms of madness in Middle English texts

Agnieszka Chada
Fake diphthongs in Frisian: an Optimality Theory approach

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