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Wed Oct 13 2010

Qs: Text for History of French Language

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Message 1: Text for History of French Language
Date: 12-Oct-2010
From: Margaret Winters <mewinterswayne.edu>
Subject: Text for History of French Language
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I am teaching History of French, in French, next semester and am curious
about what books are being used for such a course. The students will be
mixed advanced undergraduates and graduate students with at least
Phonetics as their background and some with as much as structure of
French and comparative Romance historical courses.

Thanks in advance for suggestions (and warnings).

Best wishes,
Margaret Winters

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Subject Language(s): French (fra)

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