Marta Sylwanowicz, Anna Wojtyś University of Warsaw Jerzy Wełna’s contribution to linguistic studies full text

Rafał Molencki University of Silesia in Katowice For Jerzy Wełna, a hard-working farmer in the field of English linguistics full text

John M. Anderson Methoni Messinias, Greece A brief memoir of the littera and its far-reaching consequences
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Fran Colman Methoni Messinias, Greece On etymology and Old English personal names full text

Radosław Dylewski, Zuzanna Witt Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań Assessing the validity of the mid-nineteenth-century literary portrayal of Southern American English in Fisher’s River (North Carolina) Scenes and Characters by “Skitt, who was raised thar”: A case of past tense be forms full text

Raymond Hickey University of Limerick English phonology between Old and Middle English full text

Beata Łukaszewicz University of Warsaw Frequency, selection and random chance in the (ir)regularization of English verbs full text

Aleksandra Kalaga University of Silesia Shakespeare’s agentive neologisms in -er: A functional view full text

Monika Opalińska University of Warsaw On Kuryłowicz’s notion of metrical equivalences in the light of Late Old English versified prayers full text

Michiko Ogura Chiba University The merger of OE þyncan and þencan full text

Magdalena Charzyńska-Wójcik Nanovic Institute for European Studies at the University of Notre Dame and John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin and Jerzy Wójcik John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin Similarity measurements in tracing textual affinities: A study of Psalm 129 in 16th-century devotional manuals full text

Barbara Janina Kowalik University of Warsaw Parallel fitt-endings in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: A case of medieval paratextuality full text