Literature for examination topics §11 Introductory Works



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§24.3 Orthography
Carney, Edward 1997. English spelling. Language Workbooks. London: Routledge.

Coulmas, Florian 1995. The Blackwell encyclopedia of writing systems. Oxford: Blackwell.

Coulmas, Florian 2002. Writing systems. An introduction to their linguistic analysis. Cambridge: University Press.

Daniels, Peter and William Bright (eds) 1995. The world’s writing systems. Oxford: University Press.

Gelb, I. J. 1952. A study of writing. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Scragg, D. G. 1974. A history of English spelling. Manchester: University Press.


§24.4 Morphology and Syntax
Denison, David 1993. English historical syntax. London: Longman.

Ellegård, Alvar 1953. The auxiliary do. The establishment and regulation of its use in English. Gothenburg Studies in English 2 Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell.

Fischer, Olga et al. 2001. The syntax of early English. Cambridge: University Press.

Fisiak, Jacek (ed.) 1984. Historical syntax. Berlin: Mouton.

Gotti, Maurizio (ed.) 1993. English diachronic syntax. Bergamo: Guerini.

Kastovsky, Dieter (ed.) 1991. Historical English syntax. Berlin: Mouton/de Gruyter.

Tieken-Boon van Ostade, Ingrid, Gunnel Tottie and Wim van der Wurff 1999. Negation in the history of English. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Traugott, Elizabeth 1972. A history of English syntax. A transformational approach to the history of English sentence structure. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.


§24.5 Lexicon
Anderson, Judith H. 1996. Words that matter. Linguistic perception in Renaissance English. Stanford: University Press.

Ayers, Donald M. 1965. English words from Latin and Greek elements. Tuscon, Arizona: University of Arizona Press.

Bailey, Richard W. 1987. Dictionaries of English. Prospects for the record of our language. Cambridge: University Press.

Bammesberger, Alfred 1984. English etymology. Heidelberg: Carl Winter.

Burchfield, Robert 1987. Studies in lexicography. Oxford: University Press.

Flavell, Linda and Roger Flavell 1999. The chronology of words and phrases. A thousand years in the history of English. London: Kyle Cathie.

Gotti, Maurizio 1999. The language of thieves and vagavonds - 17th and 18th century canting lexicography in England. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag.

Groom, Bernard 1966. A short history of English words. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

Hughes, Geoffrey 1988. Words in time. A social history of the English vocabulary. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hughes, Geoffrey 1991. Swearing. A social history of foul language. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hughes, Geoffrey 2000. A history of English words. Oxford: Blackwell.

Lockwood, W. B. 1995. An informal introduction to English etymology. London: Minerva.

Onions, C. T. 1986. A Shakespeare glossary. Rev. by Robert D. Eagleson. Oxford: University Press.

Partridge, Eric 1961. Adventuring among words. London: André Deutsch.

Ross, Alan S. C. 1958. Etymology with special reference to English. London: André Deutsch.

Serjeantson, Mary S. 1935. A history of foreign words in English. London: Routledge.

Stockwell, Robert and Donka Minkova 2001. English words, history and structure. Cambridge: University Press.

Tucker, Susie 1967. Protean shape. A study in eighteenth-century vocabulary and usage. London: Athlone Press.


§24.6 Standard and Dialect
Bex, Tony and Richard J. Watts (eds) 1999. Standard English. The widening debate. London: Routledge.

Crowley, Tony 1989. The politics of discourse. The standard language question in British cultural debates. London.

Crowley, Tony 1991. Proper English? Readings in language, history and cultural identity. London: Routledge.

Fisher, John H. 1996. The Emergence of Standard English. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press.

Joseph, John E. 1987. Eloquence and power. The rise of language standards and standard language. London:

Leith, Dick 1997. A social history of English. 2nd edition. London: Routledge.

Machan, Tim William and Charles T. Scott 1992. English in its social contexts. Essays in historical sociolinguistics. Oxford Studies in Sociolinguistics New York: Oxford University Press.

Milroy, James and Lesley Milroy 1991. Authority in language. Investigating language prescription and standardisation. 2nd edition. Language, Education and Society London: Blackwell.

Milroy, James 1992. Linguistic variation and change. On the historical sociolinguistics of English. Oxford: Blackwell.

Pennycook, Alastair 1994. The cultural politics of English as an international language. London: Longman.

Romaine, Suzanne 1982. Socio-historical linguistics. Its status and methodology. Cambridge: University Press.

Stein, Dieter and Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade (eds) 1993. Towards a standard English, 1600-1800. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Thomas, Alan S. (ed.) 1997. Current methods in dialectology. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Trahern, Joseph B. (ed.) 1989. Standardizing English. Essays in the history of language change in honor of John Hurt Fisher. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Upton, Clive 1993. Survey of English dialects. Dictionary and grammar. London: Routledge.

Wilkinson, Jeff 1995. Introducing standard English. Harmondsworth: Penguin Press.

Wright, Joseph 1905. The English dialect grammar. Oxford: Frowde.

Wright, Laura (ed.) 2000. The development of Standard English 1300-1800. Theories, descriptions, conflicts. Cambridge: University Press.

Wyld, Henry Cecil 1936. A history of modern colloquial English. 3rd edition. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
§24.7 Old English
Allen, Cynthia 1999. Case marking and reanalysis. Grammatical relations from Old to Early Modern English. Oxford: University Press.

Alston, R. C. 1967. An introduction to Old English. Leeds: University Press.

Brook, George Leslie 1955. An introduction to Old English. Manchester: University Press.

Campbell, Alastair 1959. Old English grammar. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Hogg, Richard 1992. A grammar of Old English. Vol. 1: Phonology. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hogg, Richard 2002. An introduction to Old English. Edinburgh: University Press.

Lass, Roger 1994. Old English. A historical linguistic companion. Cambridge: University Press.

Lehnert, Martin 1990. Altenglisches Elementarbuch [An elementary book of Old English]. 12th edition. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Mitchell, Bruce 1985. Old English syntax. 2 volsOxford: Clarendon Press.

Mitchell, Bruce and Fred Robinson 2001. A guide to Old English. 6th edition. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Quirk, Randolph and C. L. Wrenn 1955. An Old English grammar. London: Methuen.

Robinson, Fred C. 1994. The editing of Old English. Oxford: Blackwell.


§24.8 Middle English
Allen, Cynthia 1999. Case marking and reanalysis. Grammatical relations from Old to Early Modern English. Oxford: University Press.

Alston, R. C. 1967. An introduction to Old English. Leeds: University Press.

Brook, George Leslie 1955. An introduction to Old English. Manchester: University Press.

Campbell, Alastair 1959. Old English grammar. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Hogg, Richard 1992. A grammar of Old English. Vol. 1: Phonology. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hogg, Richard 2002. An introduction to Old English. Edinburgh: University Press.

Lass, Roger 1994. Old English. A historical linguistic companion. Cambridge: University Press.

Lehnert, Martin 1990. Altenglisches Elementarbuch [An elementary book of Old English]. 12th edition. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Mitchell, Bruce 1985. Old English syntax. 2 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Mitchell, Bruce and Fred Robinson 2001. A guide to Old English. 6th edition. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Quirk, Randolph and C. L. Wrenn 1955. An Old English grammar. London: Methuen.

Robinson, Fred C. 1994. The editing of Old English. Oxford: Blackwell.

Brunner, Karl 1963. An outline of Middle English. Translated by G.Johnston. Oxford: Blackwell.

Burnley, David 1983. A guide to Chaucer’s language. London:

Burrow, J. A. and T. Turville-Petre 1996. A book of Middle English. 2nd edition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Elliott, Ralph W. V. 1974. Chaucer’s English. London: André Deutsch.

Fisiak, Jacek (ed.) 1995. Medieval dialectology. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Horobin, Simon and Jeremy Smith 2002. An introduction to Middle English. Edinburgh: University Press.

Jones, Charles 1972. An introduction to Middle English. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

Jordan, Richard 1968. Handbook of Middle English grammar. Trans. and revised by E.J. Crook. The Hague: Mouton.

Kibbee, Douglas 1991. For to speke Frenche trewely. The French language in England, 1000-1600: Its status, description and instruction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Laing, Margaret and Keith Williamson (eds) 1994. Speaking in our tongues. Medieval dialectology and related disciplines. Cambridge: Brewer.

Machan, Tim William 2003. English in the Middle Ages. Oxford: University Press.

Markus, Manfred 1990. Mittelenglisches Studienbuch [Middle English study book]. Tübingen: Gunter Narr.

McIntosh, Angus, Michael Samuels and Michael Benskin 1986. A linguistic atlas of late mediæval English. 4 vols.. Aberdeen: University Press.

McIntosh, Angus, Michael L. Samuels and Margaret Laing 1989. Middle English dialectology. Essays on some principles and problems. Aberdeen: University Press.

Mossé, Ferdinand 1969. Handbuch des Mittelenglischen [A handbook of Middle English]. München: Hueber.

Mustanoja, T. 1960. A Middle English syntax. I. Helsinki: Société Néophilologique.

Ogura, Michiko 1996. Verbs in medieval English. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Ritt, Nikolaus 1994. Quantity adjustment. Vowel lengthening and shortening in Early Middle English. Cambridge: University Press.

Rothwell, William et al. 1992. Anglo-Norman dictionary. London: The Modern Humanities Research Association.

Sweet, Henry 1966. First Middle English primer. Oxford: University Press.

Sweet, Henry 1967. Second Middle English primer. Oxford: University Press.

Taavitsainen, Irma, Terrtu Nevalainen, Päivi Pahta and Matti Rissanen (eds) 2000. Placing Middle English in context. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Vising, J. 1923. Anglo-Norman language and literature. Oxford: University Press.

Wright, Joseph and Elizabeth Wright 1928. An elementary Middle English grammar. 2nd edition. Oxford: University Press.

Wright, Laura 1995. Sources of London English. Medieval Thames vocabulary. Oxford: University Press.
§24.9 Early and Late Modern English
Bailey, Richard W. 1996. Nineteenth century English. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Barber, Charles 1997. Early Modern English. 2nd edition. Edinburgh: University Press.

Beal, Joan C. 1999. English pronunciation in the eighteenth century. Thomas Spence’s ‘Grand repository of the English language’. Oxford: University Press.

Blake, Norman 1969. Caxton: England’s first publisher. London.

Blake, Norman 1983. Shakespeare’s language. An introduction. London: Macmillan.

Blank, Paula 1996. Broken English. Dialects and the politics of language in renaissance writings. London: Routledge.

Bolton, W. F. 1992. Shakespeare’s English. Language in the history plays. London: André Deutsch.

Brook, George Leslie 1976. The language of Shakespeare. London: André Deutsch.

Chapman, Raymond 1994. Forms of speech in Victorian fiction. London: Longman.

Claridge, Claudia 2000. Multi-word verbs in Early Modern English. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Dobson, E. J. 1968. English pronunciation 1500-1700. Vol.1 - Survey of the sources. Vol.2 - Phonology. 2nd edition. Oxford: University Press.

Ekwall, Eilert 1980. A history of Modern English sounds and morphology. Trans. by A. Ward. Oxford: Blackwell.

Ellis, Alexander J. 1889. Early English pronunciation. London: Trübner.

Görlach, Manfred 1991. Introduction to Early Modern English. Cambridge: University Press.

Görlach, Manfred 1999. English in the nineteenth century. Cambridge: University Press.

Jones, Charles 2004. An introduction to Late Modern English. Edinburgh: University Press.

Kastovsky, Dieter (ed.) 1994. Studies in early modern English. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Michael, Ian 1970. English grammatical categories and the tradition to 1800. Cambridge: University Press.

Michael, Ian 1987. The teaching of English. From the sixteenth century to 1870. Cambridge: University Press.

Nevalainen, Terttu and Helena Raumolin-Brunberg 2003. Historical Sociolinguistics. Language Change in Tudor and Stuart England. Longman Linguistics Library. London: Longman.

Nevalainen, Terttu 2004. An introduction to Early Modern English. Edinburgh: University Press.

Phillipps, K. C. 1984. Language and class in Victorian England. Oxford: Blackwell.

Salmon, Vivian 1996. Language and society in early modern England. Selected essays 1982-1994. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Sharpe, J. A. 1987. Early modern England. A social history. London: Edward Arnold.

Tieken-Boon van Ostade, Ingrid 1987. The auxiliary ‘do’ in eighteenth century English. A sociohistorical-linguistic approach. Dordrecht: Foris.
§24.10 Readers for the History of English
Bradley, S. A. J. 1982. Anglo-Saxon poetry. London: Dent.

Burnley, David 2000. The history of the English language. A sourcebook. 2nd edition. London: Longman.

Cusack, Bridget (ed.) 1998. Everyday English 1500-1700. A reader. Edinburgh: University Press.

Dickins, Bruce and R. M. Wilson 1951. Early Middle English texts. An annotated anthology with glossary. London: Bowes and Bowes.

Dunn, Charles W. and Edward T. Byrnes 1973. Middle English literature. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Fowler, Roger 1973. Old English prose and verse. A selection. 2nd edition. London: Routledge.

Freeborn, Dennis 1998. From Old English to Standard English. 2nd edition. London: Macmillan.

Garmonsway, G. N. 1975. The Anglo-Saxon chronicle. London: Dent.

Hamer, Richard 1970. A choice of Anglo-Saxon verse. London: Faber.

Jeffares, A. Norman and Michael Alexander (eds) 1989. Macmillan anthologies of English literature. London: Macmillan.

Kaiser, Rolf 1955. Medieval English. An Old and Middle English anthology. 2nd edition. Berlin: Hueber.

Mitchell, Bruce and Fred Robinson 1998. Beowulf. An edition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Owen, Lewis and Nancy H. Owen 1971. Middle English poetry. An anthology. Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill.

Robinson, Fred N. 1957. The works of Geoffrey Chaucer. 2nd edition. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Rydén, Mats, Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade and Merja Kytö (eds) 1998. A reader in Early Modern English. Frankfurt: Lang.

Sisam, Celia and Kenneth Sisam 1970. The Oxford book of medieval English verse. Oxford: University Press.

Sisam, Kenneth 1970. Fourteenth century verse and prose. Oxford: University Press.

Treharne, Elaine 2000. Old and Middle English. An anthology. Oxford: Blackwell.

Whitelock, Dorothy 1975. Sweet’s Anglo-Saxon reader in prose and verse. Revised edition. Oxford: University Press.

Wrenn, C. L. 1973. Beowulf with the Finnesburg fragment. Revised by W. F. Bolton. London: Harrap.


§24.11 Histories of English Literature
Alexander, Michael 2000. History of English literature. London: Macmillan.

Burrow, J. A. 1982. Medieval writers and their work. Middle English literature and its background 1100-1500. Oxford: University Press.

Carter, Ronald and John McRae 1997. The Routledge history of literature in English. Britain and Ireland. London: Routledge.

Drabble, Margaret and Jenny Stringer (eds) 1987. The concise Oxford companion to English literature. Oxford: University Press.

Drabble, Margaret (ed.) 2000. The Oxford companion to English literature. 6th edition. Oxford: University Press.

Fichte, Joerg O. 1994. Alt- und mittelenglische Literatur. Eine Einführung [Old and Middle English literature. An introduction]. Tübingen: Gunter Narr.

Godden, Malcolm and Michael Lapidge (eds) 1991. The Cambridge companion to Old English literature. Cambridge: University Press.

Göller, Karl-Heinz 1971. Geschichte der altenglischen Literatur [A history of Old English literature]. Berlin: Erich Schmidt.

Gray, Martin 1989. A chronology of English literature. London: Longman.

Ousby, Ian (ed.) 1989. The Cambridge guide to literature in English. Cambridge: University Press.

Partridge, A. C. 1982. A companion to Old and Middle English studies. London: André Deutsch.

Sanders, Andrew 1994. The short Oxford history of English literature. Oxford: University Press.

Welch, Robert (ed.) 1996. The Oxford companion to Irish literature. Oxford: University Press.
§24.12 General Studies of Modern English
Alexander, L. G. 1988. Longman English grammar. London: Longman.

Blake, Norman and Jean Moorhead 1993. Introduction to English language. London: Macmillan.

Brinton, Laurel 2000. The structure of modern English. A linguistic introduction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Burchfield, Robert 1985. The English language. Oxford: University Press.

Collins, Peter and Carmella Hollo 1999. English grammar. An introduction. London: Macmillan.

Gelderen, Elly van 2002. An introduction to the grammar of English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Greenbaum, Sidney 1991. An introduction to English grammar. London: Longman.

Haegeman, Liliane and Jacqueline Gueron 1998. English grammar. A generative perspective. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Hasselgård, Hilde, Stig Johansson and Per Lysvåg 1998. English grammar: Theory and use. Oslo: University Press.

Huddleston, Rodney 1988. English grammar. An outline. Cambridge: University Press.

Huddleston, Rodney and Geoffrey K. Pullum 2002. The Cambridge grammar of the English language. Cambridge: University Press.

Jeffries, Lesley 1998. Meaning in English. An introduction to language study. London: Macmillan.

Kuiper, Koenraad and W. Scott Allan 1995. The structure of English language. Sound, word and sentence. London: Macmillan.

Leech, Geoffrey, Margaret Deuchar and Robert Hoogenraad 1982. English grammar for today. A new introduction. London: Macmillan.

Morenberg, Max 2002. Doing grammar. 3rd edition. Oxford: University Press.

Nelson, Gerald 2001. English. An essential grammar. London: Routledge.

Quirk, Randolph and Sidney Greenbaum 1990. A student’s grammar of the English language. London: Longman.

Strang, Barbara 1968. Modern English structure. 2nd edition. London: Edward Arnold.

Verspoor, Marjolijn and Kim Sauter 2000. English sentence analysis. An introductory course. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Wardhaugh, Ronald 1995. Understanding English grammar. A linguistic approach. Oxford: Blackwell.


§24.13 Place names and personal names
Cameron, Kenneth 1961. English place-names. London: Batsford.

Ekwall, Eilert 1960. The concise Oxford dictionary of English place-names. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Reaney, P. H. 1967. The origin of English surnames. London: Routledge.

Stewart, George R. 1970. A concise dictionary of American place-names. New York: Oxford University Press.



§15 Varieties of English
§25.0 Variety Studies
§35.0.1 General, overviews
Bailey, Richard W. and Manfred Görlach (eds) 1982. English as a world language. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Britain, David (ed.) in press. Language in the British Isles. 2nd edition. Cambridge: University Press.

Cheshire, Jenny (ed.) 1988. Neglected Englishes. New York: Blackwell.

Cheshire, Jenny (ed.) 1991. English around the world. Sociolinguistic perspectives. Cambridge: University Press.

Crystal, David 1998. English as a global language. Cambridge: University Press.

Docherty, Gerry and Paul Foulkes (eds) 1999. Urban voices. Variation and change in British accents. London: Arnold.

Ferguson, Charles and Shirley B. Heath (eds) 1981. Language in the USA. Cambridge: University Press.

Fishman, Joshua A., Andrew W. Conrad and Alma Rubal-Lopez (eds) 1996. Post-imperial English. Status change in former British and American colonies, 1940-1990. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Freeborn, Dennis, Peter French and David Langford 1993. Varieties of English. An introduction to the study of language. 2nd edition.

Gramley, Stephan and Kurt-Michael Pätzold 1992. A survey of modern English. London: Routledge.

Gramley, Stephan 2001. The vocabulary of world English. London: Arnold.

Hickey, Raymond (ed) 2004. Legacies of colonial English. Cambridge: University Press.

Kortmann, Bernd and Elizabeth Closs Traugott (eds) 2004. Handbook of varieties of English. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Machan, Tim William and Charles T. Scott (eds) 1992. English in its social contexts. Oxford: University Press.

McArthur, Tom 1998. The English languages. Cambridge: University Press.

McArthur, Tom 2002. The Oxford guide to world English. Oxford: University Press.

McCrum, Robert, William Cran and Robert MacNeil 1992. The story of English. 2nd edition. London: Faber and Faber, BBC Publication.

Melchers, Gunnel 1999. World Englishes. London: Arnold.

Milroy, James and Lesley Milroy (eds) 1993. Real English. The grammar of the English dialects in the British Isles. Real Language Series London: Longman.

O’Donnell, William Robert and Loreto Todd 1991. Variety in contemporary English. 2nd edition. London: Routledge.

Platt, John, Heidi Weber and Ho Mian Lian 1984. The new Englishes. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Price, Glanville (ed.) 1992. The Celtic Connection. Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe.

(ed.) 2000. Languages of Britain and Ireland. Oxford: Blackwell.

Pride, John B. (ed.) 1980. New Englishes. Rowley, MA: Newbury House.

Ronowicz, Eddie and Colin Yallop (eds) 1999. English: One language, Different cultures. London, New York: Cassell.

Schneider, Edgar (ed.) 1997. Englishes around the world. 2 vols. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Todd, Loreto and Ian Hancock 1990. International English usage. London: Routledge.

Trudgill, Peter and Jean Hannah 1982. International English. A guide to varieties of Standard English. London: Edward Arnold.

Trudgill, Peter (ed.) 1984. Language in the British Isles. Cambridge: University Press.

Trudgill, Peter 2004. New-dialect formation. The inevitability of colonial Englishes. Edinburgh: University Press.

Wells, John 1982. Accents of English. 3 Vols. Cambridge: University Press.




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