See also Language and Italian Culture.
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Joseph G. Fucilla. The Teaching of Italian in the United States: A Documentary History. Ayer Publishing. 1975. 299pp.
Jason Lawrence. "Who the Devil Taught Thee So Much Italian?": Italian Language Learning and Literary Imitation in Early Modern England. Manchester University Press. 2005. 224pp.
Anna Laura Lepschy; Giulio Lepschy. The Italian Language Today. Routledge. 1992. 260pp. 2nd Edition.
Giulio Lepschy. Mother Tongues and Other Reflections on the Italian Language. University of Toronto Press. 2002. 148pp.
Martin Maiden. A Linguistic History of Italian. Longman. 1995. 300pp.
Mario Pei. The Italian Language. Columbia University Press. 1941. 272pp.
Arturo Tosi. Language and Society in a Changing Italy. Multilingual Matters. 2001. 288pp.
Mariella Totaro-Genevois. Cultural and Linguistic Policy Abroad: The Italian Experience. Multilingual Matters. 2005. 280pp.
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