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4 - Norms and Rules in the History of Grammar: French and English Handbooks in the Seventeenth Century

from Part II - Norms and Margins: A Historical Perspective
Aickin, J. (1693). The English Grammar: or, the English Tongue Reduced to Grammatical Rules Containing the Four Parts of Grammar, London: printed by M. B. for the author.
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Bullokar, W. (1586). Pamphlet for Grammar, London: Bollifant.
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Chiflet, L. (1659). Essay d'une parfaite grammaire de la langue françoise, Antwerp: Jacques Van Meurs.
Coles, E. (1674). The Compleat English Schoolmaster, London: printed for Peter Parker.
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Cooper, C. (1688). The English Teacher, London: printed by J. Richardson for George Coniers.
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