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  1. Boyd H. Davis, Ralf Thiede, Mary K. Smith
    Cross-cultural Socialization into a Common Profession: Exploring how Nursing Students in Taiwan and in the U.S. Narrate Professional Identity

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  2. Weronika Łaszkiewicz
    Finding God(s) in Fantasylands: Religious Ideas in Fantasy Literature

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  3. Rafał Modzelewski
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  4. Gerrard Mugford
    Face, linguistic (im)politeness and polyphony in Thomas Hardy’s Far from the Madding Crowd

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  5. Anna M. Tomczak
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  7. Michael W. Thomas
    “Other Than They Were”: Fair Places Full of Folk

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  9. Kirk S. Palmer
    Beyond the Canon: Second Looks at Oft-Neglected Books

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2013Finding God(s) in Fantasylands: Religious Ideas in Fantasy LiteratureŁaszkiewicz, Weronika--
2013Face, linguistic (im)politeness and polyphony in Thomas Hardy’s Far from the Madding CrowdMugford, Gerrard--
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2013Virtual Togetherness: Sense of Identity and Community in CyberspaceModzelewski, Rafał--
2013Cross-cultural Socialization into a Common Profession: Exploring how Nursing Students in Taiwan and in the U.S. Narrate Professional IdentityDavis, Boyd H.; Thiede, Ralf; Smith, Mary K.--
2013Beyond the Canon: Second Looks at Oft-Neglected BooksPalmer, Kirk S.--
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