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vol. 43, 1995:

zeszyt 1 [Literatura polska]:

  • Maria Jasińska-Wojtkowska, Folklor – sacrum – religia (streszczenia referatów), s. 115-13

zeszyt 3 [Filologia klasyczna]:

  • Robert R. Chodkowski, Życie Sofoklesa: Wstęp – przekład – komentarz [= Vita Sophoclis Introductio - Translatio - Commentum], s. 5-23
  • Lech Trzcionkowski, ΚΡΙΟΣ dla Hermesa: Z kalendarza obrzędowego demu Ericha (część pierwsza) [= ΚΡΙΟΣ for Hermes from the Ritual Calendar of Deme Erchia], s. 25-39
  • Katarzyna Kornacka, Patos i jego realizacja stylistyczna w mowie Cycerona Pro Sexto Roscio Amerino [= Pathos and its Stylistic Speech Pro Sexto Roscio Amerino], s. 41-70
  • Alicja Stępniewska, Analiza homeryckiej struktury rozpoznań w poematach Adama Mickiewicza (Grażyna, Konrad Wallenrod), s. 71-99
  • Jerzy Starnawski, O dwu filologach zmarłych w podeszłym wieku daleko od ojczyzny (Stanisław Seliga, Ignacy Wieniewski), s. 101-119

 

 

 


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