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Eric A. Blackall. The Emergence of German as a Literary Language, 1700-1775: With a New Bibliographical Essay. Cornell University Press. 1978. 573pp.

Jean Boase-Beier; Ken Lodge. The German Language: A Linguistic Introduction. Blackwell Publishing. 2003. 272pp.

Richard James Brunt. The Influence of the French Language on the German Vocabulary (1649-1735). Walter de Gruyter. 1983. 557pp.

W. E. Collinson. The German Language Today: Its Patterns and Historical Background. Hutchinson's University Library. 1953. 182pp.

Bill Dodd (editor). Working with German Corpora. University of Birmingham University Press. 2000. 299pp.

Sally Johnson. Exploring the German Language. Arnold. 1998. 312pp.

Sally A. Johnson. Spelling Trouble? Language, Ideology and the Reform of German Orthography. Multilingual Matters. 2005. 208pp.

William Jervis Jones. German Lexicography in the European Context: A Descriptive Bibliography of Printed Dictionaries and Word Lists Containing German Language (1600-1700). Walter de Gruyter. 2000. 754pp.

William Jervis Jones. A Lexicon of French Borrowings in the German Vocabulary (1575-1648). Walter de Gruyter. 1976. 699pp.

Rosina Lippi-Green. Language Ideology and Language Change in Early Modern German: A Sociolinguistic Study of the Consonantal System of Nuremburg. Benjamins. 1994. 150pp.

Anne E. Mills. The Acquisition of Gender: A Study of English and German. Springer-Verlag. 1986. 173pp.

Alexander Onysko. Anglicisms in German: Borrowing, Lexical Productivity, and Written Codeswitching. Walter de Gruyter. 2007. 376pp.

Manfred Prokop. The German Language in Alberta: Maintenance and Teaching. University of Alberta. 1990. 407pp.

Charles V. J. Russ. Historical German Phonology and Morphology. Clarendon Press. 1978. 181pp.

Charles V. J. Russ (editor). The Dialects of Modern German: A Linguistic Survey. Routledge. 1990. 519pp.

Joseph C. Salmons (editor). The German Language in America, 1683-1991. Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 1993. 337pp.

Patrick Stevenson. Language and German Disunity: A Sociolinguistic History of East and West in Germany, 1945-2000. Oxford University Press. 2002. 275pp.

Patrick Stevenson. The German-Speaking World: A Practical Introduction to Sociolinguistic Issues. Routledge. 1997. 254pp.

Michael Townson. Mother-Tongue and Fatherland: Language and Politics in German. Manchester University Press. 1992. 255pp.

Margit Waas. Language Attrition Downunder: German Speakers in Australia. Peter Lang. 1996. 212pp.

Richard Wiese. The Phonology of German. Oxford University Press. 2000. 368pp.

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