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Baranowski, Maciej. 2002. “Current Usage of the Epicene Pronoun in Written English. Journal of Sociolinguistics 6(3): 378-97.

Barber, Charles. 1976. Early Modern English. London: André Deutsch: new ed. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 1997.

Barber, Charles, Beal, Joan C. & Shaw, Philip A. 2009. The English Language: A Historical Introduction (2nd ed.,). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Barnbrook, Geoff. 2005. "Usage Notes in Johnson's Dictionary". International Journal of Lexicography 18(2): 189-201.

Bartlett, Adeline Courtney. 1966. The Larger Rhetorical Patterns in Anglo-Saxon Poetry. New York: AMS Press Inc.

Baron, Alistair and Paul Rayson. 2008. "VARD 2: A Tool for Dealing with Spelling Variation in Historical Corpora", in Proceedings of the Postgraduate Conference in Corpus Linguistics, Birmingham. Aston University.

Baron, Bettina & Helga Kotthoff (eds.) 2001. Gender in Interaction: Perspectives on Femininity and Masculinity in Ethnography and Discourse. (Pragmatics & Beyond, n.s. 93.) John Benjamins.

Baron, D. E. 1974. Case Grammar and Diachronic English Syntax. Janua Linguarum, Series Practica 223. The Hague: Mouton.

Baron, Dennis. 1986. Grammar and Gender. New Haven & London: Yale University Press.

Baron, N. S. 1971. "A Reanalysis of English Grammatical Gender". Lingua 27: 113-40.

Baron, Naomi S. 1974. "The Structure of English Causatives". Lingua 33: 299-342.

Baroni, Maria Rosa & Valentina d'Urso. 1984. "Some experimental findings about the question of politeness and women's speech". Language in Society 13: 67-72.

Barros, Rita Queiroz de. 2016. "'A Higher Standard of Correctness than is Quite Desirable': Linguistic Prescriptivism in Charles Dickens". in in Prescription and Tradition in Language: Establishing Standards across Time and Space, ed. Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade & Carol Percy, pp. 121-136. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Barthos, G. A. 1979. "Caxton's Edition of Malory Based on a Source Other than the Winchester Manuscript". N&Q n.s. 26: 9-10.