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A Constructional Analysis of Obligatory XVS Syntactic Structures

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Anglo-Scandinavian code-mixing in English place-names

. 141–155. Fellows-Jensen, Gillian. 1995. The light thrown by the early place-names of Southern Scandinavia and England on population movement in the Migration Period. In Edith Marold & Christiane Zimmermann (eds.), Nordwestgermanisch (Ergänzungsbände zum Reallexikon der germanischen Altertumskunde 13), 57–77. Berlin: de Gruyter. Gammeltoft, Peder. 2007. “Scandinavian naming-system in the Hebrides: A way of understanding how the Scandinavians were in contact with Gaels and Picts? In Beverley B. Smith, Simon Taylor & Gareth Williams (eds.), West over sea

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Objects, Words, and Religion: Popular Belief and Protestantism in Early Modern England

. Anonymous. 1679. A Discourse of the Repugnancy of Sin to the Principles of Universal Reason Being a Dissuasive From a Sinful Life From Principles of Common Wisdom Currant Amongst All Mankind, Save Onely in the Concerns of Their Souls, London: Printed and are to be sold by Edward Millington ... and William Abington ... . EEBO, Wing/D1608 Variant. Anonymous. 1905. Jacob’s Well [1440]. Early English Text Society Publication. London: Kegan Paul. Anonymous. 2014 [1992]. Jaufré [c. 1220?]. In Ross G. Arthur (ed.), Jaufre: An Occitan Arthurian

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Processes of Survival and Resistance: Indigenous Soldiers in the Great War in Joseph Boyden’s Three Day Road and Gerald Vizenor’s Blue Ravens

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Regional Variation in Jespersen’s Cycle in Early Middle English

. 1998. Two models for the study of language contact: A psycho-linguistic perspective versus a socio-cultural perspective. In Monika S. Schmid, Jennifer R. Austin & Dieter Stein (eds.), Historical linguistics, 1997: Selected papers from the 13th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Düsseldorf, 10–17 August 1997 , 377–391. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. DOI: 10.1075/cilt.164.24smi Studer-Joho, Nicole. 2014. Diffusion and change in Early Middle English: Methodological and theoretical implications from the LAEME corpus of tagged texts . Tübingen

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The Interaction of form and Content: Syntactic Constructions and Grammatical Environment

. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell. Samuels, Michael L. 1950 "The ge - prefix in the Old English gloss to the Lindisfarne Gospel" , Transactions of the Philological Society 1949 : 62-116. Stampe, David 1979 A dissertation on Natural Phonology . New York - London: Garland. Todd, Loreto 1974 Pidgins and Creoles . London: Routledge and Kegan. Trobevšek Drobnak, Frančiška 1990 "Expanded tenses in the Old English Orosius ", Linguistica 30: 13

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Wealhtheow’s Peace-Weaving: Diegesis and Genealogy of Gender in Beowulf

-Miller, Mary. 1999. Motherhood and mothering in Anglo-Saxon England. New York: St Martin’s Press. Dockray-Miller, Mary. 2006. Beowulf’s tears of fatherhood. In: Eileen Joy & Mary K. Ramsey (eds.), The post-modern Beowulf: A critical casebook, 439-466. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press. Earl, James W. 1994. Thinking about Beowulf. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press. Fulk, R. D, Robert E. Bjork & John D. Niles (eds.). 2008. Klaeber’s Beowulf. (The fourth edition.) Toronto: University of Toronto Press

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Intensity of the Reader’s Voice in the Reading Aloud of Fiction: Effects of the Character’s Gender

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Towards a pragmatic analysis of modals shall and will in Chaucer's language

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Moten in Canterbury Tales: The speaker's expression of the self

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