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Neo-Latin Texts Written Outside of Europe: A Resource Guide
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Reading in French: A Student's Guide to Francophone Literature and Language Learning
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Princeton University Linguistics Guide
University of Montana Linguistics Guide
USC Dornsife Center for the Premodern World
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