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Articles from Studia Anglica Posnaniensia: international review of English Studies (January 1, 2007)

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"More strenger and mightier": some remarks on double comparison in Middle English. Wlodarczyk, Matylda Report 8074
Categorial heterogenity: Old English determiners *. Bartnik, Artur Report 7352
Chaucer's clergeon, or towards holiness in The Prioress's Tale. Czarnowus, Anna Critical essay 5772
Chronological homogeneity in Middle English deverbal word-formation: the evidence from the Oxford English dictionary. Bilinsky, Michael Report 2742
Evidence for morphological restructuring in the second person pronoun in early English correspondence. Rutkowska, Hanna Report 4279
History or journalism: two narrative paradigms in Bloody Sunday. Scenes from the Saville inquiry by Richard Norton-Taylor. Lachman, Michal 3902
Natural syntax: English dependent clauses. Oresnik, Janez Report 5397
Paradise revisited: images of the first woman in the poetry of Joy Kogawa and the fiction of Thomas King. Filipczak, Dorota 5734
Possible origins of different usages in present-day spoken and written English. Wolf, Goran Report 4918
Resolution of ellipsis: evidence from Old English sluicing (1). Nykiel, Joanna Report 5133
The author and the reader--"us and them" in Maria Edgeworth's texts for children and young adults. Mazurek, Monika Critical essay 3138
The dis-closure of Huckleberry Finn. Natura Naturata vs. Lumen Naturale, ligthing out vs. Lichtung (1). Semrau, Janusz Essay 24697
The loss of [ei] : [ai] opposition in Middle English *. Welna, Jerzy Report 4521
The noun phrase structure in Nigerian English. Lamidi, Mufutau T. Report 5097
The pre-verbal I- in early Middle English: an analysis of the formal parameters of the prefixed verbs. Mokrowiecki, Tomasz Report 9550
The protean nature of Irish tale: the generic analysis of Maria Edgeworth's Ennui. Maciulewicz, Joanna Critical essay 3618
The Scandinavian element beyond the Danelaw. Bator, Magdalena Report 2822
The unruly household in John Heywood's Johan Johan. Borowska-Szerszun, Sylwia Critical essay 3907
The word order of Old English and Old High German non-conjoined declarative clauses in different text types. Kaminska, Anna Report 6957
Twin lexical collocations in legal late Middle English (1). Iglesias-Rabade, Luis Report 11238

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