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Walcott, C. C. 1935. "The pronoun of address in Troilus and Criseyde." Philological Quarterly 14: 282-7.

Wald, B. & L. Besserman. 2003. "The emergence of the verb-verb compounds in twentieth century English and twentieth century linguistics", in Studies in the History of the English Language, ed. D. Minkova & R. Stockwell, pp. 417-47. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Waldron, Ronald. 1990. "The Manuscripts of Trevisa's Translation of the Polychronicon: Towards a New Edition". Modern Language Quarterly 51: 281-317.

Wales, K.M. 1983. "Thou and You in Early Modern English: Brown and Gilman reappraised." Studia Linguistica 37: 107-125.

Wales, Katie M. 1985 "Generic 'your' and Jacobean drama: The rise and fall of a pronominal usage." English Studies 66.1: 7-24.

Wales, Katie. 1992. The Language of James Joyce. London: Macmillan.

Wales, Katie. 1995. "Your average generalisations: A case-study in historical pragmatics." in Historical Pragmatics: Pragmatic Developments in the History of English, ed. Andreas H. Jucker, pp. 309-328. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Wales, Katie. 1996. Personal Pronouns in Present-Day English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wales, Katie. 2006. Northern English: A Cultural and Social History. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wales, Katie. 2010. "Northern English in Writing" in Varieties of English in Writing: The Written Word as Linguistic Evidence, ed. Raymond Hickey, pp. 61-81. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Walkden, George. 2013. "The Status of hwæt in Old English." English Language and Linguistics 17.3: 465-488.

Walkden, George. 2013. "Null Subjects in Old English." Language Variation and Change 25.2: 155-178.

Walker, Terry. 2007. Thou and You in Early Modern English Dialogues. Amsterdam; Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Walker, Terry & Peter J. Grund. Forthcoming (as of Aug 2017). "'Speaking Base Approbious Words': Speech Representation in Early Modern English Witness Depositions". Journal of Historical Pragmatics.

Wallage, Phillip. 2012. "Negative Inversion, Negative Concord and Sentential Negation in the History of English." English Language and Linguistics 16.1: 3-33.

Wallis, Christine. 2013. "Layers of Reading in the Old English Bede: The Case of Oxford Corpus Christi College 279B". in Meaning in Words, Texts and Discourse in the History of English, ed. Andreas H. Jucker, Daniela Landert, Annina Seiler and Nicole Studer, Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Wallis, Christine. 2013. "The Old English Bede: Scribal Strategy and Invention in MS. CCCC41". in Freond ic gemete wið: Perspectives on Medieval Britain; Language, Literature, Society, ed. Michaela Hejná, Helena Filipová, and Helena Znojemská, pp. 1-14, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Wallis, Christine. 2013. "The Old English Bede: Transmission and Textual History in Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts". Unpublished Ph.D. thesis presented to the University of Sheffield, UK.

Wallis, Christine. 2012. "'Hu mæg ure geferscipe beon gewissod butan geþeahtere?' Ælfric's Colloquy and Latin Learning in Anglo-Saxon England". Track Changes 3: 35-49.