Jacek Fisiak : Some problems in historical dialectology

Richard J. Watts : Laying the formalist ghost: An answer to the charge of scienticism

Ruta Nagucka : On transitivity and intransitivity of the same (?) verb in English

Richard J. Watts : On infinital complement clauses

A.M. Simon-Vandenbergen : “Subjunctive” may: A fossilizing pattern

Anna Duszak : Word order and the communicative perspective

Anna Duszak : Some remarks on contextual boundness and semantic relations in the thematic-structure of sentences

Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk : Convention and creativity in natural language

Włodzimierz Sobkowiak : Angled bracketing and asymmetrical disjunctivity

Bogdan Walczak : The earliest borrowings from English into Polish

Hanna Mausch : Deverbal nomina agentis and instrumenti in Polish: Which is which? Neutralizations and decoding

Adam Jaworski : Referring: A sociolinguistic perspective

Maria Z. Ziółkowska : Performance or competence? Some remarks on the limitations of discourse analysis

Yishai Tobin : Using linguistics to help students read Old English

John J. Staczek : Lexical decomposition incorporation and paraphrase in ESOL

Henri Niedzielski : Teaching natural speech understanding

Thomas Herbst – Gertrud Scholtes : Towards a history of English studies in Europe

Ewa Elandt : Puritan and quaker opposition to performances of Shakespeare in the Early American theatre

Janusz Semrau : Flying a kite. Ronald Sukenick’s up and out

Eid A. Dahiat : Jonathan Swift’s The battle of the books: 1st background and satire

Michael Taylor : The modernity of Shakespeare’s Corolanus


Reviews (single pdf file)

Arleta Adamska-Sałaciak : The English language. Its origin and history. By Rudolph C. Bambas

Marius Byron Raizis : Byron’s political and cultural influence in nineteenth-century Europe: A symposium. By P.G. Trueblood (ed.)