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Maciej Jakubowiak

Environment (Hugenholtz and Guibault), to name just a few. What motivates this preoccupation with the future? The reasons are several. First, predicting the future is a mode of professional legal debate in which reforms and amendments to the existing law are proposed. In this sense, the future is not distant

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Justyna Fruzińska

death Greaves exclaims: “No wait, he didn’t hit me then! I’m sure of it!” Second, there is an entire category of “miraculous” events. When Greaves retells an adventure in which he ran short of ammunition, he says a dead Apache “miraculously” appeared “like manna from Heaven” and saved his life, making

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Anna Ślósarz

commercial message embedded in another text), which has pragmatic purposes, refers to practical contexts, and is economically motivated. Product placement may penetrate into literature. In such cases, the strategy usually involves favorable presentation of merchandise, or goods, in a literary piece aimed at

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Irena Barbara Kalla, Patrycja Poniatowska and Dorota Michułka

, literature is just one among many components and expressions of socio-cultural life in the 21st century. Additionally, since for the broad public literature is largely a rather negligible thing, one could conclude that, in the social context, entire literature is actually a marginal phenomenon today. In his

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Simeon Dekker

extent is the use of the past tense in instances like these motivated by a mindset of oral communication? Judging by the predominant occurrence of the epistolary past tense in ancient written cultures, it is plausible to start from the hypothesis that its use has something to do with the development from