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ELang 526 - Middle English (Don Chapman): Start Here

For Don Chapman's Middle English Class

Books to Review

Look through some of the books listed below to learn more details about a Middle English construction, then do research about that construction and write a report.  Use the Find Articles and Find Books pages on this guide to find materials for your research and report.

 

The Cambridge History of the English Language - Volume 2, edited by Norman Blake, (Cambridge University Press, 1991-2001).    Call# PE 1072 .C36 1992 Vol. 2

A History of the English Language, edited by Richard Hogg and David Denison, (Cambridge University Press, 2006).
Call#
PE 1075 .H57 2006 

An Outline of Middle English Grammar, by Karl Brunner and translated by Grahame Johnston, (Oxford University Press, 1963). Call# PE 531 .B78x 1965

Handbook of Middle English Grammar: Phonology, R. Jordan and translated and revised by E.J. Crook, (The Hague, 1974). Call# PE 540 .J613 1974

A Handbook of Middle English, by Fernand Mosse and translated by James A. Walker, (Baltimore 1968). 
Call# PE 535 .M62 1968

A Middle English Syntax, Part I: Parts of Speech, by Tauno F. Mustanoja, (Helsinki, 1960)Call# PE 613 .M87x 1960

An Historical Study of English, by Jeremy Smith, (London, 1996).  Call# PE 1075 .S45 1996

Essentials of Early English, by Jeremy Smith, (London ,1999).  Call# PE 1101 .S58 1999

A History of English, by Barbara M.H. Strang, (London, 1970).  Call# PE 1075 .S85

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