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