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Geert Booij. The Morphology of Dutch. Oxford University Press. 2001. 253pp.

Pierre Brachin. Translated by Paul Vincent. The Dutch Language: A Survey. E. J. Brill. 1985. 150pp. Translation of Langue néerlandaise.

Dédé Brouwer. Gender Variation in Dutch: A Sociolinguistic Study of Amsterdam Speech. Walter de Gruyter. 1989. 126pp.

B. C. Donaldson. Dutch: A Linguistic History of Holland and Belgium. Martinus Nijhoff. 1983. 199pp.

Guus Extra; Ton Vallen (editor). Ethnic Minorities and Dutch as a Second Language. Walter de Gruyter. 1985. 266pp.

Kees Groeneboer. Translated by Myra Scholz. Gateway to the West: The Dutch Language in Colonial Indonesia, 1600-1950: A History of Language Policy. Amsterdam University Press. 1998. 400pp.

N. E. Osselton. The Dumb Linguists: A Study of the Earliest English and Dutch Dictionaries. Leiden University Press. 1973. 133pp.

Jeanine Treffers-Daller. Mixing Two Languages: French-Dutch Contact in a Comparative Perspective. Walter de Gruyter. 1994. 300pp.

Mieke Trommelen. The Syllable in Dutch: With Special Reference to Diminutive Formation. Foris Publications. 1984. 187pp.

Coenraad Bernardus van Haeringen. Netherlandic Language Research: Men and Works in the Study of Dutch. E. J. Brill. 1960. 120pp.

Bart Westerweel; Theo d'Haen (editor). Something Understood: Studies in Anglo-Dutch Literary Translation. Rodopi. 1990. 335pp.

C. Jan-Wouter Zwart. Morphosyntax of Verb Movement: A Minimalist Approach to the Syntax of Dutch. Springer. 1997. 317pp.

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