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Fischer, A. & D. Ammann. 1991. An Index to Dialect Maps of Great Britain. Varieties of English Around the World G10. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Fischer, Andreas (ed.). 1989. The History and the Dialects of English: Festschrift for Eduard Kolb. Heidelberg: Carl Winter.

Fischer, Andreas. 1989. "Lexical change in late Old English: from ae to lagu", in The History of the Dialects of English: Festschrift for Eduard Kolb, ed. Andreas Fischer, pp. 103-114. Heidelberg: Carl Winter.

Fischer, Andreas, Gunnel Tottie, & Hans Martin Lehmann (eds.). 2002. Text Types and Corpora: Studies in Honour of Udo Fries. Gunter Narr.

Fischer, Andreas. 1994. "'Summer is icumen in': The seasons of the year in Middle English and early Modern English", in Studies Early Modern English, ed. Dieter Kastovsky, pp. 79-95. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Fischer, Andreas. 1996. "The Vocabulary of Very Late Old English", in Studies in English Language and Literature: 'Doubt wisely' Papers in Honour of E. G. Stanley, ed. M. J. Toswell & E. M. Tyler, pp. 29-41. Routledge.

Fischer, Andreas. 1998. "Marry: From religious invocation to discourse marker", in Borgmeier, Grabes, & Jucker (eds.), pp. 35-46.

Fischer, Andreas. 1999 Graphological Iconicity in Print Advertising. In Nanny and Fischer (eds) Form Miming Meaning. 251-283.

Fischer, Andreas. 1999 What, if Anything, Is Phonological Iconicity? In Nanny and Fischer (eds) Form Miming Meaning. 123-134.

Fischer, Andreas. 'With this ring I thee wed': the Verbs to wed and to marry in the History of English.' Language History and Linguistic Modelling. Ed. Hickey and Puppel. pp. 467-81.

Fischer, Andreas. 1997. "The Oxford English Dictionary on CD-ROM as a Historical Corpus: To wed and to marry revisited", in From AElfric to the New York Times. Amsterdam:Rodopi.

Fischer, Andreas. 2001. "Lexical Borrowing and the History of English: A Typology of Typologies", in Languge Contact in the History of English, ed. Dieter Kastovsky & Arthur Mettinger, pp. 97-115. Peter Lang.

Fischer, Andreas. 1998. "The role of language studies in editing Shakespeare". The European English Messenger 7(2): 72-5.

Fischer, J. L. 1958. "Social Influences on the Choice of a Linguistic Variant". Word 14: 47-56.

Fischer, John Hurt. 1988. "Piers Plowmand and the Chancery Tradition", in Edward Donald Kennedy, Ronald Waldron & Joseph S. Wittig (eds.), Medieval English Studies Presented to George Kane, pp. 267-78. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer.

Fischer, O. 1989. "The Origin and Spread of the Accusative and Infinitive Construction in English". Folia linguistica Historica 8: 143-217.

Fischer, O. 1988. "The Rise of the For NP to V Construction: An Explanation", in An Historic Tongue: ... , ed. G. Nixon & J. Honey, pp. 89-111. London: Routledge.

Fischer, O. 1991. "The rise of the passive infinitive in English", in Historical English Syntax, ed. D. Kastovsky. Mouton de Gruyter.

Fischer, O. 1992. "Syntactic Change and Borrowing: The Case of the Accusative-and-Infinitive Construction in English", Internal and External Factors in Syntactic Change.Mouton.

Fischer, O. 1994. "The Fortunes of the Latin-Type Accusative and Infinitive Construction in Dutch and English Compared", Language Change and Language Structure. Mouton.

Fischer, O. 1996. "The Status of to in Old English to-infinitive: A Reply to Kageyama". Lingua 99:107-33.

Fischer, O. 1997. "Infinitive Marking in Later Middle English: Transitivity and Changes in the English System of Case".

Fischer, O. 1996. "Verbal Complementation in Early ME: How Do the Infinitives Fit In?", in English Historical Linguistics 1994, ed. Britton, pp. 247-40. John Benjamins.

Fischer, Olga & Frederike van der Leek. 1983. "The demise of the Old English impersonal construction". Journal of Linguistics 19: 337-68.

Fischer, Olga & Frederike van der Leek. 1987. "A 'case' for the Old English impersonal", in Willem Koopman, et al. (eds.), Explanation and Linguistic Change. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Fischer, Olga and Max Nanny (eds). 2001 The Motivated Sign. Iconicity in Language and Literature 2. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Fischer, Olga and Max Nanny. 1999 Introduction: Iconicity as a Creative Force in Language Use. In Nanny and Fischer (eds) Form Miming Meaning. xv-xxxvi.

Fischer, Olga and Max Nanny. 2001 Introduction: Iconicity and Nature. In Fischer and Nanny (eds) Iconicity. Special Number of the European Journal of English Studies (EJES) 5, 1: 3-16.

Fischer, Olga, Anette Rosenbach & Dieter Stein (eds.) 2000. Pathways of Change: Grammaticalization in English. John Benjamins.

Fischer, Olga, et al. 2000. The Syntax of early English. CUP.

Fischer, Olga, M. Norde, & H. Peridon (eds.) 2004. Up and Down the Cline: The Nature of Grammaticalization. John Benjamins.

Fischer, Olga. 1998. "On Negative Raising in the History of English", Negation in the History of English, ed. I. Tieken-Boon van Ostade, pp. 55-100.

Fischer, Olga. 2002. "Teaching the history of the English language: Its position in the university curriculum and its relation to linguistic theory". PASE Papers in Language Studies, ed. Danuta Stanulewicz, pp. 31-46. Gdansk: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdanskiego.

Fischer, Olga. 2003. "Principles of grammaticalization and Linguistic Reality", in Determinants of Grammatical Variation in English, ed. Guenter Rohdenburg & Britta Mondorf, pp. 445-. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Fischer, Olga. 2003. "Grammar Change, Langauge Change and the Historical Linguist". Handout.

Fischer, Olga. 2001. "The position of the adjective in (Old) English from an iconic perspective", in O. Fischer & Max Naenny (eds.), The Motivated Sign: Iconicity in Language and Literature 2, pp. 249-76. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Fischer, Olga. 2000. "Grammaticalization: Unidirectional, non-reversable? The case of to before the infinitive in English", in Pthways of Change: Grammaticalization in English, ed. O. Fischer, et al., pp. 149-69. John Benjamins.

Fischer, Olga. 2000. "The position of the adjective in Old English", in Bermudez-Otero, et al. (eds.), Generative Theory and Corpus Studies: A Dialogue from 10ICEHL, pp. 153-81. Mouton de Gruyter.

Fischer, Olga. 1992. "Syntax", in The Cambridge History of the English Language, II: 1066-1476, ed. N. F. Blake, pp. 207-408. Cambrdige: Cambridge University Press.

Fischer, Olga. The Grammaticalisation of Infinitival to in English Compared with German and Dutch.' Language History and Linguistic Modelling. Ed. Hickey and Puppel. pp. 265-80.

Fischer, Olga. 2001 The Position of the Adjective in (Old) English from an Iconic Perspective. In Fischer and Nanny (eds) The Motivated Sign. 249-276.

Fischer, Olga. 1995 The Distinction Between To and Bare Infinitival Compliments in Late Middle English. Diachronica 12: 1-30.

Fischer, Olga. 1997 Iconicity in Language and Literature. Language Innovation and Language Change. Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 98: 63-87.

Fischer, Olga. 1999 On the Role Played by Iconicity in Grammaticalisation Process. In Nanny and Fischer (eds) Form Miming Meaning. 345-374.

Fischer, Olga. 1994 "The Development of Quasi-Auxiliaries in English and Changes in Word Order". Neophilologus 78: 137-64.

Fischer, Olga. 1997 "On the Status of Grammaticalization and theDiachronic Dimension in Explanation". TPS 95: 149-87.

Fischer, Olga. 1999 "On the Role Played by Iconicity in Grammaticalization Processes". Form Mining Meaning, ed. Max Naenny & Olga Fischer, pp. 345-74. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Fischer, Olga. 2005. "Grammaticalization and Iconicity: Two Interacting Processes", in Recent Trends in Medieval English Language and Literature in Honour of Young-Bae Park, vol. 1, ed. J. Fisiak & H. Kang, pp. 249-282. Thaehaksa.

Fischer, Roswitha. 1998. Lexical Change in Present-day English: A Corpus-based Study of the Motivation, Institutionalization, and Productivity of Creative Neologisms. Narr.

Fischer, Steven Roger. 2001. A History of Writing. Reaktion Books.

Fischer, Steven Roger. 1999. A History of Language. Reaktion Books.

Fischer,O.C.M.&F.C.van der Leek. 1981. "Optional VS Radical Re-Analysis: Mechanisms of Syntactic Change". Lingua 55: 301-50.

Fischer-Jorgensen, Eli. 1967 Perceptual Dimensions of Vowels. To Honor Roman Jakobson: Essays on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday. Vol. I The Hague: Mouton. 667-71.

Fischer-Jorgensen, Eli. 1978 On the Universal Character of Phonetic Symbolism with Special Reference to Vowels. Studia Linguistica 32:80-90.

Fisher, J. H. 1995. The Emergence of Standard English. UP of Kentucky.

Fisher, J. H. 1984. "Caxton and Chancery English", in R. F. Yeager (1984), pp. 161-85.

Fisher, J. H. 1979. "Chancery Standard and Modern Written English". Journal of the Society of Archivists 6: 136-44.

Fisher, J. H. 1977. "Chancery and the Emergence of Standard Written English in the Fifteenth Century". Speculum 52: 870-99.

Fisher, J. H. 1973. "The Three Styles of Fragment I of the Canterbury Tales." Chaucer Review 8: 119-27.

Fisher, J. H. (ed.) 1977. The Complete Poetry and Prose of Geoffrey Chaucer. Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

Fisher, J. H. et al. 1984. An Anthology of Chancery English. Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press.

Fishman, J. A. 1968. Readings in the Siciology of Language. Mouton.

Fishman, Joshua A. (ed.) 1972. Advances in the Sociology of Language, 2. Mouton de Gruyter.

Fishman, Joshua A., Andrew W. Conrad & Alma Rubal-Lopez. 1996. Post-Imperial English: Status Change in Former British & American Colonies, 1940-1990. Mouton de Gruyter.

Fishman, P. 1990. "Conversational insecurity", in Cameron, D. (ed) The Feminist Critique of Language. Routledge.

Fishman, P. 1978. "Interaction: the work women do", in Social Problems, 25(4): 397-406. Reprinted in Thorne, B. et al. (eds) 1983.

Fishman, P. M. 1983. "Interaction: The Work Women Do", in Language, Gender and Society, ed. B. Thorne, et al., pp. 89-101. Newbury House Publishers.

Fishman, Pamela. M. 1980. "Conversational Insecurity", in Language: Social psychological Perspectives, ed. H. Giles, P. Robinson, & P. M. Smith, pp. 127-32. New York: Pergamon Press.

Fisiak, J. 1965. The Morphemic Structure of Chaucer's English. ALPS 10. University, AL: University of Alabama Press.

Fisiak, J. 1968. A Short Grammar of Middle English I.

Fisiak, J. & A. Oizumi (eds.) 1998. English Historical Linguistics and Philology in Japan. Trends in Linguistics. Studies in Monographs, 109. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Fisiak, J. (ed.) 1983. A Bibliography of Writings for the History of the English Language. Posnan.

Fisiak, J. (ed.) 1985. Historical Semantics Historical Word-Formation. Trends in linguistics, Studies and Monographs 29. Mouton.

Fisiak, J. (ed.) 1995. Linguistic Change under Contact Conditions. Trend in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs, 81. Mouton de Gruyter.

Fisiak, J. (ed.) 1995. Medieval Dialectology. Mouton de Gruyter.

Fisiak, J. and M. Krygier (eds). 1998. Advances in English Historical Linguistics (1996). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Fisiak, Jacek & Peter Trudgill (eds.) 2000. East Anglian English. Boydell & Brewer.

Fisiak, Jacek (ed.) 2002. Studies in English Historical Linguistics and Philology: A Festschrift for Akio Oizumi. Peter Lang.

Fisiak, Jacek. 1977. "Sociolinguistics and Middle English: Some socially motivated changes in the history of English". Kwartalnik Neofilologiczny 24: 247-59.