WikiBibliography of English Language Studies hod



Hodson, Jane. 2000. "Can a Statue Breathe? The Linguistic (Un)coupling of Godwin and Wollstonecraft." Romanticism on the Net 18.

Hodson, Jane. 2001. "Language As It Is in Caleb Williams", La Questione Romantica 10: 105-117.

Hodson, Jane. 2002. "'The strongest but most undecorated language': Robinson's Rhetorical Strategy in Letter to the Women of England". Women's Writing 9(1): 87-105.

Hodson, Jane. 2006. "The Problem of Joseph Priestley's (1733-1804) descriptivism". Historiographia Linguistica 33(2): 57-84.

Hodson, Jane. 2007. "Women Write the Rights of Women: The Sexual Politics of the Personal Pronoun in the 1790s". Language and Literature 16(3): 281-304.

Hodson, Jane. 2007. Language and Revolution in Burke, Wollstonecraft, Paine, and Godwin. Aldershot: Ashgate.

Hodson, Jane. 2008. "Joseph Priestley's Two Rudiments of English Grammar: 1761 and 1768", in Grammars, Grammarians and Grammar Writing, ed. Ingrid Tieken-Boon von Ostade, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Hodson, Jane. 2014. Dialect in Film and Literature. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hodson, Jane. 2016. "Talking Like a Servant: What Nineteenth Century Novels Can Tell Us about the Social History of the Language." Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics 2(1): 27-46.

Hodson, Jane and Broadhead, Alex 2013. "Developments in Literary Dialect Representation in British Fiction 1800–1836." Language and Literature 22.4: 314-332.