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12. Slang
 
A. F. L.: English As She Is Spoke, Baltimore Evening Sun, Nov. 18, 1920
Allen, E. A.: The Origin in Literature of Vulgarisms, Chautauquan, Nov., 1890
Andrews, Eliza Frances: Slang and Metaphor, Chautauquan, vol. xxiii, p. 462
Anon.: Dictionnaire des Termes Militaires et de l’Argot Poilu; Paris, 1916
——: French Soldier Slang, Times Literary Supplement, Aug. 28, 1919
——: L’Argot Poilu, Times Literary Supplement, July 27, 1916
——: The Philosophy of Slang, Littell’s Living Age, vol. ccxxiii, p. 324
——: Quick Lunch Lingo, Literary Digest, March 18, 1916
——: Slang in Our Colleges, Bookman, vol. v, p. 448
——: Supplement Comprising Words Coined, Introduced or Brought Into Popular Use During the Great War (in Cassell’s New English Dictionary; London, 1919)
——: War and the Language, Times Literary Supplement, Aug. 6, 1919
——: The War’s Verbal Bequest, Philadelphia Public Ledger, Oct. 20, 1919
——: Word-Coining and Slang, Living Age, July 13, 1907
Babbitt, E. H.: College Words and Phrases, Dialect Notes, vol. ii, p. 3
Barrere, Albert (and Chas. G. Leland): A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon and Cant, 2 vols.; New York, 1889
Baumann, H.: Londonismen (Slang and Cant), 2nd ed.; Berlin, 1902
Bergmann, Karl: Wie der Feldgraue Spricht; Giessen, 1916
Bolwell, Robert: College Slang Words and Phrases, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, p. 231
Bosson, Olaf E.: Slang and Cant in Jerome K. Jerome’s Works; Cambridge, England, 1911
Bowen, Edwin W.: What is Slang? Popular Science Monthly, vol. lxviii, p. 127
Conant, R. W.: Classic Slang, Dial, vol. xx, p. 63
Cook, Edward: Words and the War (in Literary Recreations; London, 1919)
Crofton, A. F. B.: The Language of Crime, Popular Science Monthly, vol. i, p. 831
Dauzet, Albert: L’Argot de la Guerre; Paris, 1918
Dawson, A. H.: A Dictionary of English Slang and Colloquialisms; New York, 1913
Dechelette, Francois: L’Argot des Poilus; Paris, 1918
Delcourt, Rene: Expressions d’Argot Allemand et Autrichien; Paris, 1917
Delesalle, Georges: Dictionnaire Argot-Francais et Francais-Argot; Paris, 1896
Esnault, Gaston: Le Poilu tel qu’il se Parle; Paris, 1919
Farmer, John S. (and W. E. Henley): Slang and its Analogues, 7 vols.; London, 1890-1904
Garver, Milton: French Army Slang, Modern Language Notes, vol. xxxii, p. 151; vol. xxxv, p. 508
Giles, Richard: Slang and Vulgar Phrases; New York, 1913
Gore, Willard C.: Notes on Slang, Modern Language Notes, vol. xi, p. 385
Graham, G. F.: Slang Words and Americanisms (in A Book About Words; London, 1869)
Grasserie, Raoul de la: Etude Scientifique sur l’Argot et le Parler Populaire; Paris, 1907
——: La Psychologie de l’Argot, Revue Philosophique, vol. lx, p. 260
Grose, Francis: A Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue; London, 1785
[Hall, B. H.]: A Collection of College Words and Customs; Cambridge (Mass.), 1851; 2nd ed., 1856
Hamdorf, Adolf: Ueber die Bestandtheile des Modernen Pariser Argots; Berlin, 1886
Harvey, B. T.: Navy Slang, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, p. 150
Hecker, E. A. (and Edmund Wilson, Jr.): The Vocabulary of the A. E. F. (not Published)
Higginson, T. W.: American Flash Language in 1798, Science, May, 1885
Hochstetter, Gustav: Der Feldgraue Buchmann; Berlin, 1916
Horn, Paul: Die Deutsche Soldatensprache, 2nd ed.; Giessen, 1905
Hotten, John Camden: A Dictionary of Modern Slang, Cant and Vulgar Words … London, 1859
Kildare, Owen: The Jargon of Low Literature, Independent, vol. lxi, p. 139
King, R. W.: Slang in War-Time, Athenceum, Aug. 8, 1919
Krueger, G.: Was its Slang, Bezuglich Argot? (in Festschrift Adolf Taber; Braunschweig, 1905)
Lambert, Claude: Le Langage des Poilus; Bordeaux, 1915
Littman, Enno: 23 and Other Numerical Expressions, Open Court, vol. xxii, 1908
Long, Percy W.: Semi-Secret Abbreviations, Dialect Notes, vol. iv, p. 245 and p. 357
Lynch, Arthur: Some Thoughts on Slang, English, July, 1919, p. 109
McCutcheon, Roger P.: A Note on Cant, Modern Language Notes, vol. xxxvi, p. 22
Maitland, James: The American Slang Dictionary… Chicago, 1891
Masson, Thomas L.: Do You "Get Me"? Boston Evening Transcript, Sept. 7, 1921
Matthews, Brander: The Function of Slang, Harper’s Magazine, vol. lxxxviii, p. 304.
Melville, A. H.: An Investigation of the Function and Use of Slang, Pedagogical Seminary, vol. xix, p. 94, 1912.
Niceforo, Alfredo: Le Génie de I’Argot; Paris, 1912.
Prévot, Georges: Essai sur I’Emploi Figuré des Termes de Guerre dans le Langage Contemporain, Mercure de France, Jan. 16, 1919.
Reusch, J.: Die Alten Syntaktischen Reste im Modernen Slang; Münster, 1893.
Saineanu, Lazar: L’Argot des Tranchées; Paŕis, 1915.
Schrðder, Georg: Ueber den Einfluss der Volksetymologie auf den Londoner Slang-Dialekt; Rostock, 1893.
Sechrist, Frank K.: The Psychology of Unconventional Language, Pedagogical Seminary, vol. xx, p. 413.
Sherman, E. B.: A Study in Current Slanguage, Critic, new series, vol. xxvii, p. 153.
Sidney, F. H.: Hobo Cant, Dialect Notes, vol. v, p. 41.
Smith, C. Alphonso: New Words Self-Defined; New York, 1919.
Sparke, Archibald: Slang in War-Time, Athenœum, Aug. 1, 1919.
Thérive, André: L’Argot et la Langue Populaire, Revue Critique des Idées et des Livres (Paris), tome xxxii, p. 272.
Whitman, Walt: Slang in America, North American Review, vol. cxli, p. 431.
Wilson, A. J.: A Glossary of Colloquial Slang and Technical Terms in Use in the Stock Exchange and in the Money Market; London, 1895.
Wilson, Charles B.: Dialect and Slang, Athenœum, vol. ii, p. 291.

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