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Blackburn, F. A. 1892. The English Future: Its Origin and Development. Leipzig diss.

Blackwell, B. 1970. The Origin of Classics.

Blackwell, S. 1987 Syntax versus orthography: Problems in the automatic parsing of idioms. In Garside et al (eds) 1987: 110-119.

Blades, William. 1964. "The First Printing-Press in England, as Pictorially Presented". The Black-Art (London) 3: 4-8.

Bladon, R. A. W. 1968. "Selecting the to- or -ing nominal after like, love, hate, dislike and prefer". English Studies 49: 203-14.

Blair, H. 1956. An Introduction to Anglo-Saxon England. Cambridge University Press.

Blair, P. H. 1959. Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation and its Importance Today. Jarrow Lecture.

Blair, Peter Hunter. 2003. An Introduction to Anglo-Saxon England. 3rd edition. CUP.

Blake, F. et al. 1994. A New Concordance to The Canterbury Tales. University Education Press.

Blake, N. (ed.) 1992. The Cambridge History of the English Lanauge, II: 1066-1476. Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

Blake, N. (ed.) 1990. The Phoenix. Rev. edn. Exeter: University of Exeter Press.

Blake, N. F. 1988. "Negation in Shakespeare", in G. Nixon & J. Honey (1988), pp. 89-111.

Blake, N. F. 1964. "William Caxton's Reynard the Fox and his Dutch Original". Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 46: 298-325.

Blake, N. F. 1965. "English Versions of Reynard the Fox in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries". SP 62: 63-77.

Blake, N. F. 1967. "Caxton and Chaucer". Leeds Studies in English 1:19-36.

Blake, N. F. 1989. "Manuscript to Print", in Book Production and Publishing in britain, 1375-1475, ed. Jeremy Griffiths, pp. 403-32. Cambridge: CUP.

Blake, N. F. 1968. "Caxton and Courtly Style". Essays and Studies n.s. 21: 29-45.

Blake, N. F. 1969. Caxton and his World. The Langauge Library. London: Andre Deutsch.

Blake, N. F. 1973. Caxton's Own Prose. The Language Library. London: Andre Deutsch.

Blake, N. F. 1976-7. "William Caxton: The Man and his Work", in William Caxton and English Literary Culture, ed. N. F. Blake, pp. 19-35. London: The Hambledon Press.

Blake, N. F. 1976. "Caxton Prepares his Edition of the Morte Darthur". Journal of Librarianship 8: 272-85.

Blake, N. F. 1996. A History of the English Language. Macmillan.

Blake, N. F. 1976. Caxton: England's First Publisher. New York: Barnes & Noble.

Blake, N. F. 1990. An Introduction to the Language of Literature. Macmillan.

Blake, N. F. 1966. "Caxton's Language". NM 67: 122-32.

Blake, N. F. 1987. "William Caxton: A Review", in William Caxton and English Literary Culture, ed. N. F. Blake, pp. 1-18. London & Rio Grande: The Hambledon Press.

Blake, N. F. 1987. "The Spread of Printing in English During the Fifteenth Century", in William Caxton and English Literary Culture, ed. Blake, pp. 57-73. The Hambledon Press.

Blake, N. F. 1985. The Textual Tradition of the Canterbury Tales. London: Edward Arnold.

Blake, N. F. 1983. The Language of Shakespeare. The Language Literature. London: Macmillan.

Blake, N. F. 1981. Non-standard Language in English Literature. The Language Library. London: Andre Deutsch.

Blake, N. F. 1979-80. "Continuity and Change in Caxton's Prologues and Epilogues", in William Caxton and English Literary Culture, ed. N. F. Blake, pp. 89-106. The Hambledon Press

Blake, N. F. 1979. "The Northernisms in The Reeve's Tale". Lore and Language (Sheffield) 3(1): 1-8.

Blake, N. F. 1978. "Dating the First Books Printed in English", in William Caxton and English Literary Culture, ed. N. F. Blake, pp. 75-87. London: The Hambledon Press.

Blake, N. F. 1977. The English Language in Medieval Literature. London: Methuen.

Blake, N. F. 1977. "Another Northernism in 'The Reeve's Tale'?" N&Q n.s. 24: 400-1.

Blake, N. F. 1991. William Caxton and English Literary Culture. London & Rio Grande: The Hambledon Press.

Blake, N. F. 1975. "Caxton's Reprints". The Humanities Association Review (Ontario, Canada) 26: 169-79.

Blake, N. F. 1965. "The Vocabulary in French and English Printed by William Caxton". English Language Notes 3: 7-15.

Blake, N. F. 1965. "William Caxton: His Choice of Texts". Anglia 83: 289-307.

Blake, N. F. 1966. "William Caxton's Birthplace: A Suggestion". Notes and Queries 13: 52-54.

Blake, N. F. 1968. "Word Borrowings in Caxton's Original Writings". English Langauge Notes 6: 87-90.

Blake, N. F. 1971. "The Fifteenth Century Reconsidered". Neiphilologische Mitteilungen 70: 146-57.

Blake, N. F. 1975. "Reynard the Fox in England", in Aspects of the Medieval Animal Epic, ed. E. Rombauts, et al., pp. 53-65. Louvain: Louvain UP.

Blake, N. F. 1977. "William Caxton". Lore and Language (Sheffield) 2(6): 7-15.

Blake, N. F. 1969. "Rhythmical Alliteration". Modern Philology 67: 118-24.

Blake, N. F. 1983. "Reflections on William Caxton's 'Reynard the Fox'". Canadian Journal of Netherlandic Studies 4(1): 69-76.

Blake, N. F. 1997. "Some Comments on the Style of Love's Mirror of the Blessed Life of Jesus Christ", in Nicholas Love at Waseda: Proceedings of the International Conference 20-22 July 1995, ed. Sh. Oguro, R. Beadle, & M. G. Sargent, pp. 99-114. D.S. Brewer.

Blake, N. F. 1997. "Reflections on the Editing of Middle English Texts"", in A Guide to Editing Middle English, ed. V. P. McCarren & D. Moffat, pp. 61-77. University of Michigan Press.

Blake, N. F. 1973. Selections from William Caxton. OUP.

Blake, N. F. & C. Jones (eds). 1984. English Historical Linguistics: Studies in Development, CECTAL Conference Papers Series 3. Sheffield University.

Blake, N. F. & J. Moorhead. 1993. Introduction to English Language. London: Macmillan.

Blake, N. F. (ed.) 1972. The Life of St. Edmund: Middle English Religious Prose. York Medieval Texts. London: Edward Arnold.

Blake, N. F. (ed.) 1980. The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer Edited from the Hngwrt Manuscript. London: Edward Arnold.

Blake, N. F. (ed.) 1970. Caxton: The History of Reynard the Fox. EETS 263. London: Oxford University Press.

Blake, Norman F. 1992. "Why and what in Shakespeare", in Chaucer to Shakespeare: Essays in Honour of Shinsuke Ando, ed. T. Takamiya & R. Beadle, pp. 179-93. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer.

Blake, Norman F. 1999. "Nonstandard Language in Early Varieties of English", in Writing in Nonstandard English, ed. I. Taavitsainen, et al., pp. 123-50. John Benjamins.

Blake, Norman F. 1992. "MS Chetham 6709 and Some Manuscript Copies of Caxton Prints", in Language and Civilazation, ed. Claudia Blank, pp. 239-54. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.

Blake, Norman F. 1963. "A Possible Seventh Copy of Caxton's 'Reynard the Fox' (1481)?". N&Q 208: 287-8.

Blake, Norman F. 1988 Reflections on Some Approaches to Style and Stylistics. Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses 1: 7-18.

Blake, Norman F. 1991. "Caxton's Reynard the Fox and his Dutch Original", in William Caxton and English Literary Culture, pp. 231-58. London: The Hambledon Press.

Blake, Norman. 1996. "Shakespeare's language: past achievements and future directions". Proceedings of the 19th International Conference of AEDEAN, ed. Perez Guerra, Javier M. Teresa Caneda Cabrera, et al., pp. 21-35. Vigo: Universidade de Vigo.

Blake, Norman. 2004. Shakespeare's Non-standard English: A Dictionary. Thoemmes Continuum.

Blake, Norman. 2002. "Forms of Address in Hamlet." Of Dyuersitie and Chaunge of Language: Essays Presented to Manfred Gorlach on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. K. Lenz and R. Mohlich (eds), pp. 305-318. Heidelberg: Winter.

Blake, Norman. 2001. A Grammar of Shakespeare's Language. Pelgrave.

Blake, Norman. 1997. "Editing Shakespeare: the role of language studies". The European Journal of English Studies 1(3): 329-53.

Blake, Norman. 1997. "Chancery English and the Wife of Bath's Prologue", in To Explain the Present: Studies in the Changing English Language in Honour of Matti Rissanen, ed. T. Nevalainen & L. Kahlas-Tarkka, pp. 3-24. Helsinki: Societe Neophilologique.

Blake, Parry J. & Kate burridge (eds.) 2003. Historical Linguistics 2001: Selected Papers from the 15th Conference on Historical Linguistics, Melbourne, 13-17 August. John Benjamins.

Blake, R. & Shousterman, C. 2010. "Diachrony and AAE: St. Louis, Hip-hop, and Sound Change outside of the Mainstream". Journal of English Linguistics 38(3): 230-247.

Blakeley, L. 1949-50. "The Lindisfarne s/d(eth) Problem". Studia Neophilologica 22: 15-47.

Blakeley, L. 1947-8. "Accusative-Dative Syncretism in the Lindisfarne Gospels". English and Germanic Studies 1: 6-31.

Blakemore, Diane & Robyn Carston. 2005. "The Pragmatics of Sentential Coordination with and". Lingua 115: 569-89.

Blakemore, Diane. 1988. "So as a constraint on relevance", in Mental representations: The interface between Language and Reality, ed. R. M. Kempson, pp. 183-95. Cambridge: CUP.

Blanch, R. J. 1984. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: A Reference Guide. Troy: Whitson.

Blanch, R. J. 1976. "Games Poets Play: The Ambiguous Use of Color Symbolism in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". Nottingham Mediaeval Studies 20: 64-85.

Blanch, R. J. 1980. "The Game of Invoking Saints in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". American Benedictine Review 31: 237-62.

Blanch, R. J. 1982. "Imagery of Binding in Fits One and Two of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". SN 54: 53-60.

Blanch, R. J. 1983. "The Legal Framework of 'a Twelmonyth and a Day' in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". NM 84: 347-52.

Blanch, R. J. 1965. "Precious Metal and Gem Symbolism in Pearl". The Lock Haven Review 7:

Blanch, R. J. & J. N. Wasserman. 1984. "Medieval Contracts and Covenants: The Legal Coloring of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight". Neophil 68: 598-610.

Blanch, R. J. (ed.) 1966. Sir Gawain and Pearl: Critical Essays. Bloomington: Indiana UP.

Blanch, Robert J. 1983. "The Poems of the Pearl Manuscript: Pearl, Cleanness, Patience, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Edited by Malcom Andrew and Ronald Waldron". Archiv fuer das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 220: 151-54.

Blanch, Robert J. & Miriam Youngerman Miller, & Julian N. Wasserman (eds.) 1991. Text and Matter: New Critical Perspective of the Pearl Poet. Troy, NY: Whitson.

Bland, C. R. 1991. The Teaching of Grammar in Late Medieval England: An Edition with Commentary, of Oxford, Lincoln College MS Lat. 130. Medieval Texts and Studies 6.

Bland, Caroline & M. Cross (eds.) 2004. Gender and Politics in the Age of Letter Writing, 1750-2000. Ashgate Pub.

Bland, D. S. 1951. "Shakespeare and the 'Ordinary' Word". Shakespeare Survey 4: 49-55. Also in Salmon & Burness.

Blank, P. 1996. Broken English:Dialects and Politics of language in Renaissance Literature. Politics of Language. Routledge.

Blankenship, Jane & Deborah C. Robson. "A feminine style in women's political discourse: An exploratory essay". Communication Quarterly 43(3): 353-66.

Blankenship, Jane. 1962. "A Linguistic Analysis of Oral and Written Style". Quarterly Journal of Speech 48: 419-22.

Blass, Thomas & Aron W. Siegman. 1975. "A Psycholingtuistic comparison of speech, dictation, and writing". Language and Speech 18: 20-33.