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This work may be seen as a an update and an extension of Joseph Wright's older "OE Grammar." And what a work it is! -- if, that is, the historical phonology of Old English is what you are after. The overwhelming majority of the book is on the development of Old English phonology and morphology (the latter a consideration of the former also, since phonological change creates irregularity in paradigms), and in this respect the work is massive and broadly-encompassing. This is /the/ English-languag...more