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Intro; Table of Contents; Chapter 1. Introduction; Chapter 2. The Types of Language Analysed; Chapter 3. The Ten Constructions Encountered; Chapter 4. The Use and Non-use of the Auxiliary Do; Chapter 5. The Auxiliary Do in Informative Prose; Chapter 6. The Auxiliary Do in Epistolary Prose; Chapter 7. The Auxiliary Do in the Language of Direct Speech; Chapter 8. A Stylistic Comparison between the Three Types of Language Analysed; Chapter 9. The Grammarians' Descriptions of the Auxiliary Do; Chapter 10. Conclusion; Appendix 1. Primary Sources.
Appendix 2. Grammars and Other Works on the English LanguageBibliography; Index of Names.
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