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Davenport, Tony. 2004. Medieval Narrative: An Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Davenport, W. A. 1978 The Art of the Gawain-Poet. London: The Athlone Press.

Davenport, W. A. 1982. Fifteenth-Century English Drama. D. S. Brewer.

David, A. 1968. "Gawain and Aeneas". ES 49: 402-9.

Davidse, Kristin & Beatrice Lamiroy (eds.) 2002. The Nominative and Accusative and their Counterparts. John Benjamins.

Davidson, Alice & Richard Lutz. 1985. "Measuring syntactic complexity relative to discourse context", in Natural Language Parsing, ed. David R. Dowty, Lauri Karttunen, & Arnold Zwicky, pp. 26-66. Cambridge: CUP.

Davidson, C. 1975. "The Realism of the York Realist and the York Passion". Speculum 50: 270-83.

Davidson, Clifford (ed.) 2001. Gesture in Medieval Drama and Art. Western Michigan University.

Davidson, H. E. 1994. The Sword in Anglo-Saxon England. Boydell & Brewer.

Davidson, Mark. 2005. Right, Wrong, and Risky: A Dictionary of Today's American English Usage. W. W. Norton.

Davidson, Mary Catherine. 2005. "Discourse Features of Code-Switching in Legal Reports in Late Medieval England", in Opening Windows on Texts and Discourses of the Past, ed. Janne Skaffari, Matti Peikola, Ruth Carroll, Risto Hiltunen & Brita Wårvik, pp. 343-351. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Davidson, W. P. 1983. "The third-person effect in communication". Public Opinion Quarterly 47: 1-15.

Davie, Donald. 2003. The new Oxford Book of Christian Verse. OUP.

Davies, Diane. 2005. Varieties of Modern English. Pearson Education.

Davies, H. S. 1952. "Sir John Cheke and the translation of the Bible". Essays & Studies, 1-12.

Davies, H. S. 1960. "La3amon's Similes". RES n.s. 11: 129-42.

Davies, M. 1997 "Using Large Computer-Based Corpora as a Philological Tool: An Analysis of Four Medieval Spanish Bibles". Dactylus 16: 70-92.

Davies, Mark. 2010-. The Corpus of Historical American English: 400 Million Words, 1810–2009. Available online at

Davies, Martin (ed.) 1999. Incunabula: Studies in Fifteenth Century Printed Books Presented Lotte Hellinga. Univ. of Toronto Press.

Davies, R. T. 1948 "Gawayn and the Green Chapel". N&Q 193: 194.

Davis, Alison. 1984. "Behind the for-to filter: for-to infinitives in Belfast English and the theory of government". Sheffield Working Papers in Language and Linguistics 1: 56-71.

Davis, Daniel R. (ed.) 2003. American English, 1781-1921. Routledge. 8 vols.

Davis, Garry W. 2000. "Notes on the etymologies of English big and Gothic ga-". AJGLL 12(1): 41-52.

Davis, Garry W. & Gregory K. Iverson (eds.) 1992. Explanation in Historical Linguistics. John Benjamins.

Davis, Graeme. 1997. The Word-Order of Aelfric. Studies in British Literature, 28. Lewiston, Queenston, and Lampeter.

Davis, Graeme. 2006. Comparative Syntax of Old English and Old Icelandic: Linguistic, Literary and Historical Implications. Peter Lang.

Davis, H. & H. Gardner (eds.) 1959. Elizabethan and Jacobean Studies Presented to Frank Percy Wilson in Honour of his Seventieth Birthday. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Davis, Hayley G. & Talbot J. Taylor (eds.) 2002. Rethinking Linguistics. Routledge.

Davis, J. M. & J. D. Frankforter The Shakespeare Name Dictionary. Garland.

Davis, Lawrence M. 1988. "The Limits of Chi Square", in Methods in Dialectology, ed. Alan R. Thomas, pp. 225-40. Clevedon, Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters Ltd.

Davis, N. 1952. "A Paston Hand". RES n.s. 3: 209-21.

Davis, N. 1953. Sweet's Anglo-Saxon Primer. 9th ed. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Davis, N. 1954-5. "The Language of the Pastons". Proceedings of the British Academy 40: 119-44.

Davis, N. 1959. "Scribal Variation in Late Fifteenth-Century English", in J. Vendryes (1959), pp. 95-103.

Davis, N. 1961. "The Earliest 'Do Not'". N&Q n.s. 8: 48-9.

Davis, N. 1965. "The Litera Troili and English Letters". The Review of English Studies, New Series, Vol. 16, No. 63, pp. 233-244.

Davis, N. 1966 "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight 611-12". N&Q n.s. 13: 448-51.

Davis, N. 1971. William Tyndale's English of Controversy. University College London.

Davis, N. 1972. "Margaret Paston's Uses of Do". NM 73: 55-62.

Davis, N. 1974. "Chaucer and Fourteenth-Century English", in Geoffrey Chaucer, ed. D. S. Brewer, pp. 71-78. London: Bell.

Davis, N. 1975. "Chaucer and Fourteenth-Century English", in D. Brewer (1975), pp. 58-84.

Davis, N. 1977. "Chaucer and the English Language", in Geoffrey Chaucer: Conferenze organizzate dall' Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei . . . (Roma), pp. 23-34.

Davis, N. & C. L. Wrenn (eds.) 1962. English and Medieval Studies Presented to J. R. R. Tolkien on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd.

Davis, N. (ed.) 1970. Non-Cycle Plays and Fragments. EETS s.s. 1.

Davis, N. (ed.) 1971. Paston Letters and Papers of the Fifteenth Cetury. Oxford.

Davis, N. et al. 1972. A Chaucer Glossary. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Davis, Norman (ed.) 1958. Paston Letters: Selected and Edited with an Introduction, Notes and Glossary by Norman Davis. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Davis, Norman (ed.) 2004. Paston Letters and Papers of the Fifteenth Century. EETS s.s. 20 & 21. Oxford University Press.

Davis, Norman. 1959. "Scribal Variation in Late Fifteenth-Century English", in Melanges de linguistique et de philology: Fernand Mosse in Memoriam, pp. 95-103. Paris.

Davis, Norman. 1983. "The Language of Two Brothers in the Fifteenth Century", in Five Hundred Years of Words and Sounds: A Festschrift for Eric Dobson, ed. E. G. Stanley & D. Gray. Cambridge.

Davis, Norman. 1999. The Paston Letters: A Selection in Modern Spelling. Oxford World's Classics. OUP.

Davison, Alice. Any as Universal or Existential? London: Croom Helm, Baltimore: University Park Press.