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Bibliography

  • Fausto Cercignani, The Consonants of German: Synchrony and Diachrony, Milano, Cisalpino, 1979.
  • Michael Clyne, The German Language in a Changing Europe (1995) ISBN 0-521-49970-4
  • George O. Curme, A Grammar of the German Language (1904, 1922)—the most complete and authoritative work in English
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  • Anthony Fox, The Structure of German (2005) ISBN 0-19-927399-5
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  • W.B. Lockwood, German Today: The Advanced Learner's Guide (1987) ISBN 0-19-815850-5
  • Ruth H. Sanders. German: Biography of a Language (Oxford University Press; 2010) 240 pages. Combines linguistic, anthropological, and historical perspectives in a "biography" of German in terms of six "signal events" over millennia, including the Battle of Kalkriese, which blocked the spread of Latin-based language north.
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