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PE68.U5 T87 1991 : Reading minds : the study of English in the age of cognitive science / Mark Turner.
PE112 .C572 1992 : College reading. Book 2 / [compiled by] Janet Maker-Inmon, Minnette Lenier ; [illustrator, John Odam].
PE123 .M3 1972 : Old English language and literature / Albert H. Marckwardt [and] James L. Rosier.
PE131 .M3 1869 : A comparative grammar of the Anglo-Saxon language ; in which its forms are illustrated by those of the Sanskrit, Greek, Latin, Gothic, Old Saxon, Old Friesic, Old Norse, and Old High-German. / By Francis A. March.
PE135 .S8 1887 : An Anglo-Saxon primer, with grammar, notes, and glossary / by Henry Sweet.
PE137 .B7 1907 : An Anglo-Saxon reader / edited, with notes, a complete glossary, a chapter on versification and an outline of Anglo-Saxon grammar by James W. Bright.
PE137 .M42 1886 : Introduction to Anglo-Saxon : an Anglo-Saxon Reader : with philological notes, a brief grammar, and a vocabulary / by Francis A. March.
PE137 .S8 1884 : An Anglo-Saxon reader in prose and verse. With grammatical introduction, notes and glossary / by Henry Sweet.
PE137 .T8 : An Anglo-Saxon reader / by Milton Haight Turk ...
PE279 .G7 : A handy poetical Anglo-Saxon dictionary : based on Groschopp's Grein. Edited, revised, and corrected with grammatical appendix, list of irregular verbs, and brief etymological features. / By James A. Harrison ... and W. M. Baskervill.
PE279 .H3 1916 : A concise Anglo-Saxon dictionary for the use of students / by John R. Clark Hall.