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Busby, Keith & Roger Dalrymple (eds.) 2006. Arthurian Literature, XXIII. Boydell & Brewer.

Busby, Keith & Roger Dalrymple (eds.) 2005. Arthurian Literature, XXII. Boydell & Brewer.

Busby, Keith & Roger Dalrymple (eds.) 2003. Arthurian Literature, XIX: Comedy in Arthurian Literature. Boydell & Brewer.

Busby, Keith, Bart Besamusca, & Frank Brandsma (eds.) 2007. Arthurian Literature, XXIV. Boydell & Brewer.

Buschmann-Göbels, Astrid. 2008. "Bellum Grammaticale (1712) - A Battle of Books and a Battle for the Market." In Grammars, Grammarians and Grammar-Writing in Eighteenth-Century England. Ed. Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. pp. 81-100.

Bush, D. 1946. English Literature in the Earlier 17th Century 1600-1660. O.U.P.

Busse, Beatrix. 2006. "Linguistic Aspects of Sensuality: A Corpus-based Approach to Will-construing Contexts in Shakespeare's Works". Anglistentag 2005: Bamberg Proceedings, ed. Ch. Houswitschka & A. Mueller, pp. 123-42. Trier: WVT 2006.

Busse, Beatrix. 2006. Vocative Constructions in the Language of Shakespeare. John Benjamins.

Busse, Beatrix. 2010. "The Stylistics of Drama: The Reign of King Edward III". In Contemporary Stylistics, ed. Marina Lambrou & Peter Stockwell, pp. 232-243, London: Bloomsbury.

Busse, Beatrix. 2010. "Adverbial Expressions of Stance in Early Modern 'Spoken' English." in Proceedings. Anglistentag 2009 Klagenfurt, ed. Jörg helbig & René Schallegger, pp. 47-63. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag.

Busse, Beatrix. 2014. "(New) Historical Stylistics". in Routledge Introduction to Stylistics, ed. Michael Burke, pp. 101-117. London: Routledge.

Busse, Beatrix. Forthcoming (as of Aug 2017). Speech, Writing and Thought Presentation in 19th-Century Narrative Fiction. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Busse, Ulrich. 1999. "'Prithee now, say you will, and go about it': Prithee vs. pray you as discourse markers in the Shakespeare corpus", in Anglistentag 1998 Erfurt: Proceedings, ed. F. Neumann & S. Schuelting, pp. 485-500. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag.

Busse, Ulrich. 2003. "The Co-occurrence of Nominal and Pronominal Address Forms in the Shakespeare Corpus: Who Says Thou or You to Whom?", in Diachronic Perspectives in Address Term Systems, ed. I. Taavitsainen and A. H. Jucker, pp. 192-221, Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Busse, Ulrich. 2002. "'Prithee no more' vs. 'Pray you, chuck, come hither': Prithee and pray you as discourse markers", in Ulrich Busse, Linguistic Variation in the Shakespeare Corpus, pp. 187-212. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Busse, Ulrich. 2002. "Changing politeness strategies in English requests: A diachronic investigation". Studies in English Historical Linguistics and Philology, ed. Jacek Fisiak, pp. 17-35. Peter Lang.

Busse, Ulrich. 2002. Linguistic Variation in the Shakespeare Corpus: Morpho-syntactic variaability of 2nd person pronouns. John Benjamins.

Busse, Ulrich. 2001. "The Use of Address Pronouns in Shakespeare's Plays and Sonnets", in Actualization: Linguistic Change in Progress, ed. Henning Andersen, pp. 119–142, Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Busse, Ulrich. 2015. "Transatlantic Perspectives on Late Nineteenth-century English Usage: Alford (1864) Compared to White (1871)". in Transatlantic Perspectives on Late Modern English, ed. Marina Dossena, pp. 73-93. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Busse, Ulrich and Hübler, Axel. 2012. Investigations into the Meta-Communicative Lexicon of English: A contribution to Historical Pragmatics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Bussman, H. 1995. Routledge Dictionary of Language and Linguistics.