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The following reviewed by Donka Minkova in Language 85,4 (2009): p. 893-907. Stanford only

A history of the English language (2006) / Gelderen
ISBN: 9027232377
1. Companion website
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A history of the English language (2006) / Hogg & Denison
ISBN: 9780521662277
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Oxford history of English (2006)
ISBN: 9780199249312
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Cambridge History of the English Language, 6 v.
fulltext in Cambridge Histories Online

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