Gender Shifts in the History of English

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Index
Adrian and Ritheus 101, 161
Ælfric's Homilies 164
Ælfric's Letters 161, 164
Agreement, relationship to linguistic gender 13
anaphoric agreement patterns 14
See also Gender agreement
Agreement Hierarchy 15, 18–19, 45
Alcott, Louisa May 173
Alfred's Boethius 63–64, 65, 97–98, 101–102
Alfred's Cura Pastoralis 64–65, 96, 199, 200
Alfred's Introduction to Laws 70
Alfred's Orosius 161
American Dialect Society 1
Anaphora 14–15, 202
Ancrene Wisse 67–68, 110, 113, 120, 122, 123
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 97, 198–199
Animacy 27
in Early Modern English 27
Aristotle 11
Associated Press Stylebook and Libel Manual 81, 83
August, Eugene R. 170
Austen, Jane 58, 168, 197
Ayenbite of Inwyt 125–126
Bachelor 169–171
Bäck, Hilding 143, 145, 159
Bäcklund, Ingegerd 168
Bailey, Richard W. 37, 40
Bailey, Charles J. and Karl Maroldt 49, 50
Bain, Alexander 75–76, 83
Barlow, Michael 18
Baron, Dennis 6, 26, 32, 73, 75–76, 134, 139, 153, 159, 161, 162, 163, 170, 185
Baron, Naomi 88
Battle of Maldon 52
Baugh, Albert and Thomas Cable 36, 38, 40
Beattie, James 33–34
Bebout, Linda 152, 153, 169
Benson, Larry 128
Beowulf 59, 86, 201
Bestiary 126–128
Bing, Janet B. and Victoria L. Bergvall 177–178, 188
Blickling Homilies 100, 163, 200
Blount, Thomas 168, 170
Bodine, Ann 59, 73, 74
Bodley Homilies 123
Bourcier, Georges 36
Boy
history of 141, 142–146, 152–153
history of related words 143–145, 156–158
Bradley, Henry 36, 37
Brinsley, Ludus Literarius 72
British National Corpus 173
Britton, Derek 191–192
Brown, Goold 73–74
Brugmann, Karl 16
Bryson, Bill 38, 40
Bullions, Peter 73
Butler, Judith 9, 188
Byrhtferth's Manual 87–88, 104
Byron, Lord 154
Cameron, Deborah 9, 85, 177, 180, 184, 187
Caxton, Willam 193
Cawdrey, Robert 148
Century Dictionary 152, 173
Champneys, A. C. 36–37
Chaucer, Geoffrey 59, 128, 148, 149, 197
Astrolabe 128–130
Canterbury Tales 149
City of Seattle Proposition No. 2 181–183
Claiborne, Robert 51

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