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Select bibliography of western scholarship

Select bibliography of western scholarship

Birnbaum, Henrik
1983 “Mikrokul’tury Drevnej Rusi i ix meždunarodnye svjazi [Microcultures of Old Rus’ and their international connections]”. American Contributions to the Ninth International Congress of Slavists (Kiev, 1983), vol.II, ed. by Paul Debreczeny, 19–64. Columbus, Ohio: Slavica Publishers.Google Scholar
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Jagic, Vatroslav
1913Entstehungsgeschichte der kirchenslavischen Sprache. Berlin:Google Scholar
Nedelkovic, Olga
1988 “Jazykovyje urovni i xarakternye čerty diglossii v srednevekovyx tekstax pravoslavnyx slavjan [Language levels and specific features of diglossia in medieval texts of the orthodox Slavs]”. American Contributions to the Tenth Congress of Slavists [see Birnbaum 1988], 265–300.Google Scholar
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eds 1984Aspects of the Slavic Language Question, vol.I: Church Slavonic – South Slavic – West Slavic; vol.II: East Slavic. Columbus, Ohio: Slavica Publishers.Google Scholar
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Worth, Dean S.
1978 “On ‘Diglossia’ in Medieval Russian”. Die Welt der Slawen 23.371–393.Google Scholar
1983a “The ‘Second South Slavic Influence’ in the History of the Russian Literary Language”. American Contributions to the Ninth International Congress of Slavists (Kiev, 1983), vol.I, ed. by Michael S. Flier, 340–372. Columbus, Ohio: Slavica Publishers.Google Scholar
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