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 HISTOIRE EPISTEMOLOGIE LANGAGE, Vol. 16, fascicule 2, 1994
 *LA GRAMMAIRE DES DAMES* -- Published By PUV -- ISSN 0750-8069
 Single issue: 125 FF, Edited by the SHESL Sylvain Auroux, Editeur
 W. AYRES-BENNETT Avant-propos
 G. BECK-BUSSE La "grammaire francaise dediee a mes jeunes amies".
 W. AYRES-BENNETT Le role des f. dans l'elab. des idees ling. au 18e en Fr.
 Les Grammaires des dames en Fr. et l'appr. des langues a la fin du 18e.
 G. BECK-BUSSE Les <<femmes>> et les <<illitterati>>.
 V. SALMON Women and the study of lang. in 16th and 17th cent. Engl.
 C. PERCY Paradigms for their sex? W's grammars in late 18th c. Engl.
 & S. STAUDINGER Frauen + (viel) Grammatik = (viel) Frauen-grammatik?
 J. NOORDEGRAAF Women and grammar: the case of Johanna Corleva
 W. H\"ULLEN Women and their world in Withal's dictionary of 1553.
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