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5. Pronunciation
Andrews, Eliza Frances: Common Sense in the Pronunciation of English, Chautauquan, vol. xxii, p. 595.
Anon.: Standard Pronunciation, Journal of Education, vol. x1iv, p. 48.
Bell, Alexander Graham: The “Nasal Twang,” Modern Language Notes, vol. v, p. 150.
Bridges, Robert: A Tract on the Present State of English Pronunciation; Oxford, 1913.
——: On English Homophones (in Tract No. II, Society for Pure English; Oxford, 1919).
Burch, G. J.: The Pronunciation of English by Foreigners; Oxford, 1911.
Crowley, Mary C.: Miss Anderson and Her “Moybid” Friend, Critic, vol. xiii, p. 233.
Dunstan, A. C.: Englische Phonetik; Berlin, 1912.
Elliott, John (and Samuel Johnson, Jr.): A Selected Pronouncing and Accented Dictionary… Suffield (Conn.), 1800.
Ellis, Alexander J.: On Early English Pronunciation, 4 vols.; London, 1869–89.
Emerson, Oliver F.: Sweet’s Phonetics and American English, Modern Language Notes, vol. v, p. 404.
Grandgent, C. H.: American Pronunciation, Le Maître Phonétique, June, 1891, p. 75.
——: American Pronunciation Again, Modern Language Notes, vol. viii, p. 273.
——: English Sentences in American Mouths, Dialect Notes, vol. i, p. 198.
——: Fashion and the Broad A (in Old and New; Cambridge, Mass., 1920).
——: From Franklin to Lowell: A Century of New England Pronunciation, Pub. Modern Language Assoc., vol. ii.
——: Haf and Haef, Dialect Notes, vol. i, p. 269.
——: More Notes on American Pronunciation, Modern Language Notes, vol. vi, p. 458.
——: The Dog’s Letter (in Old and New; Cambridge, Mass., 1920).
——: Notes on American Pronunciation, Modern Language Notes, vol. vi, p. 82.
James, Henry: The Question of Our Speech; Boston, 1905.
Jones, Daniel: The Pronunciation of English; Cambridge, 1909.
Koeppel, Emil: Spelling-Pronunciation: Bemerkungen über den Einfluss des Schriftbildes auf den Laut im Englischen, Quellen und Forschungen zur Sprach- und Culturgeschichte der Germanischen Völker, 1xxxix; Strassburg, 1901.
Krapp, George P.: The Pronunciation of Standard English in America; New York, 1919.
Lewis, Calvin L.: A Handbook of American Speech; Chicago, 1916.
Lounsbury, Thomas R.: The Standard of Pronunciation in English; New York, 1904.
March, F. A.: Standard English: Its Pronunciation, Trans. Am. Philological Assoc., vol. xix, p. 70.
Matthews, Brander: A Standard of Spoken English (in Essays on English; New York, 1921).
Mearns, Hugh: Our Own, Our Native Speech, McClure’s Magazine, Oct., 1916; reprinted, Literary Digesŧ, Sept. 30, 1916.
Mencken, H. L.: Spoken American, Baltimore Evening Sun, Oct. 19, 1910.
Menger, L. E.: A Note on American Pronunciation, Le Maître Phonétique, Dec., 1893, p. 168.
Menner, Robert J.: Common Sense in Pronunciation, Atlantic Monthly, Aug., 1913.
——: The Pronunciation of English in America, Atlantic Monthly, March, 1915.
Montgomery, M.: Types of Standard Spoken English; Strassburg, 1910.
Pound, Louise: British and American Pronunciation, School Review, June, 1915.
Rippmann, W.: The Sounds of Spoken English; London, 1906.
Root, E.: American and British Enunciation, Lippincott’s, Sept., 1911.
Sargeaunt, John: The Pronunciation of English Words Derived from the Latin (in Tract No. IV, Society for Pure English; Oxford, 1920).
Scott, Fred. N.: The Pronunciation of Spanish-American Words, Modern Language Notes, vol. vi.
Smalley, D. S.: American Phonetic Dictionary of the English Language; Cincinnati, 1855.
Smart, B. H.: A Practical Grammar of English Pronunciations; London, 1810.
Stearns, Edward J.: A Practical Guide to English Pronunciation for the Use of Schools; Boston, 1857.
Stratton, Clarence: Are You Uhmurican or American? New York Times, July 22, 1917.
——: The New Emphasis of Oral English, English Journal, Sept., 1917.
Sweet, Henry: A Handbook of Phonetics; London, 1877.
——: A History of English Sounds; London, 1876; Oxford, 1888.
——: A Primer of Spoken English; Oxford, 1900.
——: The Sounds of English; Oxford, 1908.
Vizetelly, Frank H.: A Desk-book of 25,000 Words Frequently Mispronounced; New York and London, 1917.
New York and London, 1917.
Wheeler, D. H.: Our Spoken English (in By-Ways of Literature; New York, 1883).
White, D. S.: American Pronunciation, Journal of Education, July 13, 1916.


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