See also Language and French Culture.
Robin Adamson. The Defence of French: A Language in Crisis?. Multilingual Matters. 2007. 199pp.
Wendy Ayres-Bennett. A History of the French Language Through Texts. Routledge. 1996. 303pp.
Adrian Battye; Marie-Anne Hintze; Paul Rowlett. The French Language Today: A Linguistic Introduction. Routledge. 2000. 345pp. 2nd Edition.
Pierre A. Coulombe. Language Rights in French Canada. Peter Lang. 1995. 183pp.
John Fox; Robin Wood. A Concise History of the French Language: Phonology and Morphology. Barnes & Noble. 1969. 94pp.
David C. Gordon. The French Language and National Identity (1930-1975). Mouton. 1978. 225pp.
L. C. Harmer. The French Language Today: Its Characteristics and Tendencies. Hutchinson's University Library. 1954. 352pp.
Douglas A. Kibbee. For to Speke Frenche Trewely: The French Language in England, 1000-1600: Its Status, Description, and Instruction. John Benjamins Publishing Co.. 1991. 268pp.
Emmanuel N. Kwofie. The Acquisition and Use of French as a Second Language in Africa: Sociolingustic, Historical-Comparative and Methodological Perspectives. Hoffmann. 1979. 122pp.
Kathleen Lambley. The Teaching and Cultivation of the French Language in England During Tudor and Stuart Times. Manchester: University Press. 1920. 438pp.
Jean-Benoît Nadeau; Julie Barlow. The Story of French. Macmillan. 2006. 483pp.
Malcolm Offord. A Reader in French Sociolinguistics. Multilingual Matters. 1996. 213pp.
Glanville Price. The French Language: Present and Past. Edward Arnold. 1971. 283pp.
Peter Rickard. A History of the French Language. Routledge. 1993. 192pp. 2nd Edition.
Gerhard Rohlfs. From Vulgar Latin to Old French: An Introduction to the Study of the Old French Language. Wayne State University Press. 1970. 289pp.
Jeanine Treffers-Daller. Mixing Two Languages: French-Dutch Contact in a Comparative Perspective. Walter de Gruyter. 1994. 300pp.
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