Bibliography

This is a bibliography of (I hope mostly quotable) sources used in the making of this website. Information in square brackets after the cited item indicates the running number of the blog post or the page name the cited item was used in.

Last update: 2017-10-18.

Linguistics

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Non-Research Non-Fiction

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