Lass: On the phonetic specification of Old English /r/
Horn: An analysis of certain reflexive verbs and its implications for the organization of the lexicon
Wegner: Some aspects of predicate relations in complex sentences in the fifteenth century English
Armborst: The Germanic diphthongs ai and au in Old Frisian and Old English and the origin of the Old English (West Saxon) digraph ie
Nowakowska: On generativity (Can grammars generate the language of poetry)
Rybarkiewicz: On the nature of the concepts “given” and “new” in linguistic analysis
Rybarkiewicz: The word order in Old English prose and the functional sentence perspective
Fries: English predications of comparison
Csapo: A contrastive study of lexical relations in English and Hungarian
Bantas: A bird’s-eye view of English influences upon the Romanian lexis
Bruder & Paulston: A typology of structural pattern drills
Mendelius: The Buffalo Polish community – a preliminary profile
Balazy: External mediation in Flannery O’Connors Wise blood
Kalaga: Harold Pinter’s tragicomic techniques
Napiorkowska: Harold Pinter’s No man’s land: Communication in the making

Reviews (single pdf file)
Janicki: Patterns of English pronunciation. By J. Donald Bowen
Nawrocka-Fisiak: An introduction to English transformational syntax. By Rodney Huddleston
Dogil: Phonology: Theory and analysis. By Larry M. Hyman.
Welna: Handbook of Middle English grammar: Phonology. By Richard Jordan
Tlokinski: Psycholingwistyka. Przegląd problemów badawczych. (Psycholinguistics: A survey of research problems). By Ida Kurcz
Puppel: Pronunciation contrasts in English. By Don L.F. Nilsen – Alleen Pace Nilsen
Reed: William Shakespeare: A documentary life. By Samuel Schoenbaum
Reed: Nature’s work of art: The human body as image of the word. By Leonard Barkan
Wisznowska-Figiel: Theatre language. A study of Arden, Osborne, Pinter and Wesker. By John Russel
Kalaga: The fiction of Samuel Beckett: Form and effect. By Porter Abbott