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Wilcockson, C. 1980. "'Thou' and 'Ye' in Chaucer's Clerk's Tale." Use ofEnglish 31: 37-43.

Wilcox, J. (ed.) 1995. Aelfric, Prefaces. Durham Medieval Texts.

Wilcox, Jonathan. 2000. "Wulfstan and the twelfth century"", in Rewriting Old English in the Twelfth Century, ed. M. Swan & E. M. Treharne, pp. 83-97. CUP.

Wilden, Anthony. 1986 Ideology and the Icon: Oscillation, Contradiction, and Paradox: An Essay in Context Theory. In Paul Bouissac et al. (eds) Iconicity: Essays on the Nature of Culture. Tubingen: Stauffenburg. 251-302.

Wilhelm, J. J. (ed.) 1990. Lyrics of the Middle Ages: An Anthology.

Willcock, G. D. 1954. "Language and Poetry in Shakespeare's Early Plays". Proceedings of the British Academy 40: 103-17.

Willcock, G. D. 1954. "Shakespeare and Elizabethan English". Shakespeare Studies 7: 12-24.

Willert, H. 1900. "Ueber bildliche Verneinungen im Neuenglischen". Archiv fuer das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 105: 37-47.

Willert, H. 1910. "Vom Infinitiv mit to". EStn 43: 100-4.

Willert, H. 1915. "Vom substantivischen Infinitiv". EStn 48: 246-50.

Willey, M. and Eskilson, A. 1985 "Speech style, gender stereotypes, and corporate success? What if women talk more like men", in Sex Roles, 12 (9-10): 993-1007.

Williams, Alexander. 2000 "Null Subjects in Middle English Existentials", in Diachronic Syntax: Models and Mechanisms, ed. S. Pintzuk, et al.

Williams, A. & Kerswill, P. 1999. "Dialect levelling: change and continuity in Milton Keynes, Reading and Hull." in Urban voices. Accent
studies in the British Isles, ed. Paul Foulkes & Gerard J Docherty, pp. 141-162. London: Arnold.

Williams, C. B. 1939-40. "A Note on the statistical analysis of sentence-length". Biometrika 31: 356-61.

Williams, C. B. 1970 Style and Vocabulary: Numerical Studies. London: Griffins.

Williams, Charles. 1957. "The use of the second person in 'Twelfth Night'". English 9: 125-28.

Williams, Christopher. 2005. Tradition and Change in Legal English: Verbal Constructions in Prescriptive Texts. Peter Lang.

Williams, Edwin. 1984. "There-insertion". Linguistic Inquiry 15: 131-53.

Williams, G. 1997. A Glossary of Shakespeare's Sexual Language. London: Athlone Press.

Williams, Geoff & Annabelle Lukin (eds.) 2004. The Development of Language: Functional Perspectives. Continuum.

Williams, Graham T. 2010. "'I haue trobled wth a tedious discours': Sincerity, Sarcasm and Seriousness in the Letters of Maria Thynne, c. 1601-1610." Journal of Historical Pragmatics 11.2: 169-93.

Williams, Graham T. 2010. "'yr Scribe Can proove no nessecarye Consiquence for you'?: The Social and Linguistic Implications of Joan Thynne's Using a Scribe in Letters to Her Son, 1607-1611." Women and Writing, c.1340-c.1650: The Domestication of Print Culture. Ed. Phillipa Hardman and Anne Lawrence-Mathers. Suffolk: Boydell and Brewer, pp. 131-45.

Williams, Graham T. 2012. "'that thought never ytt entered my harte': Rhetoricalities of Sincerity in Early Modern English." English Studies 93.7: 809-32.

Williams, Graham T. 2012. "Searching for Verbal Irony in Historical Corpora (?): A Pilot Study of Mock and Scorn in the Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse." Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change in English, Volume 11: Developing Corpus Methodology for Historical Pragmatics,

Williams, Graham T. 2013. Women's Epistolary Utterance: A study of the letters of Joan and Maria Thynne, 1575-1611. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Williams, Graham T. 2013. "Glossing over the Lamb: Phonaesthetic Gl- in Middle English and Aural Scepticism in Pearl." Review of English Studies.

Williams, Graham T. 2015. "'my evil favoured writing': Uglyography, Disease and the Epistolary Networks of George Talbot, sixth earl of Shrewsbury." The Huntington Library Quarterly.

Williams, J. M. 1975. Origins of the English Language: A Social and Linguistic History. New York: Free Press.

Williams, Joseph M. 1976. "Synaesthetic Adjectives: a possible law of semantic change". Language 52: 461-78.

Williams, J. M. 1992. "'0! When Degree Is Shak'd' : Sixteenth-Century Anticipations of Some Modern Attitudes towards Usage," in English in its Social Contexts: Essays in Historical Sociolinguistics, T. W. Machan and C. T. Scott (eds.), 69-101. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Williams, Laura K. 2016/ ""Slayn for Goddys lofe": Margery Kempe's Melancholia and the Bleeding of Tears". Medieval Feminist Forum: A Journal of Gender and Sexuality 52(1): 84-100.

Williams, Quentin E. 2012. "The Enregisterment of English in Rap Braggadocio: A Study from English-Afrikaans Bilingualism in Cape Town", English Today 28(2): 54-59.

Williams, S. M. (trans.) 1967 The Pearl-Poet: His Complete Works. New York: Random House.

Williamson, Keith. 1992-93. "A Computer-aided Method for Making a Linguistic Atlas of Older Scots". Scottish Language 11/12: 138-73.

Williamson, Keith. 2000. "Changing spaces: Linguistic relationships and the dialect continuum", in Placing Middle English in Context, ed. I. Taavitsainen, et al. (eds.) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Williamson, Keith. 2001. "Spatio-temporal aspects of linguistic variation in Older Scots texts". Scottish Language 20: 1-19.

Wilson, Andrew, Paul Rayson, & Tony McEnery (eds.) 2003. Corpus Linguistics by the Lune: A Festschrift for Geoffrey Leech. Peter Lang.

Wilson, E. 1976 The Gawain-Poet. Medieval and Renaissance Authors, 1. Leiden: E. J. Brill.

Wilson, E. 1998. "The sense of 'Directe' in Chaucer's Troilus V.1856: a correction". Notes and Queries 45: 24-27.

Wilson, F. P. & G. K. Hunter. 1968. English Drama 1485-1585. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Wilson, K. G. 1996. The Columbia Guide to Standard American English. Columbia University Press.

Wilson, L. R. 1906. "Chaucer's Relative Constructions". Studies in Philology 1.

Wilson, P. H. 1931. "The Stansaic Life of Christ and the Chester of Sir Thomas Malory, 1947. MP 46: 136-8.

Wilson, R. H. 1968. A Review of Eugene Vinaver (ed.), The Works of Sir Thomas Malory, 1947. MP 46: 136-8.

Wilson, R. M. 1961. A Review of E. G. Stanley (1960). MLR 56: 98-9.

Wilson, R. M. 1968. Early Middle English Literature. 3rd edn. New York: Methuen.