List of Biographical and Autobiographical Materials

  1. Abe, Isamu, “D.L. Bolinger–A Man Who Has Changed My Life,” Recollections of Study in the U.S. as Garioans (1951-1952), (ed. The Collins Club Editing Committee), Fujiwara Press, July 13, 1990.
  2. Algeo, John and Adele, “Among the New Words,”, American Speech, 66 (1991), 71-81. [History of the column written by Dwight Bolinger, James B. McMillen, and Anne B. Russell. A portion of the article, “I. Among the New Words: Looking Back,” was written by Bolinger.]
  3. Bolinger, Dwight, “First Person, Not Singular,” in Konrad Koerner, ed., First Person Singular II, Amsterdam, Philadelphia, Benjamins, 1991, 21-45.
  4. Bolinger, Dwight, “Three Days as a Vagrant in the Panhandle,” Amarillo Globe-News, December 8, 9, 10, 1992.
  5. Bronstein, Arthur J., “In Memoriam: Dwight L. Bolinger 1907-1992,” Newsletter of the American Dialect Society, 24 (1992), No. 2, 8-9.
  6. “Dwight Bolinger; USC Linguist,” Los Angeles Times, March 2, 1992.
  7. Givón, Talmy and others, “Tributes to Dwight Bolinger,” Notes on Linguistics, 57 (May, 1992), 63-65.
  8. Harvey, Steve, “Only in L.A.,”, Los Angeles Times, March 5, 1992.
  9. Konishi, Tomoshichi, “Dr. D.L. Bolinger: The Man and His Scholarship,” The Rising Generation, 88 (July 1, 1992), 14-16. (English language translation by Prof. Noriko Akatsuka, Dept. of East Asian Languages and Cultures, UCLA, November, 1993.)
  10. Lambert, Bruce, “Dwight L. Bolinger, 84, Authority In English and Spanish Languages,” New York Times, March 2, 1992.
  11. Lathrop, Thomas A., “Bolinger, Dwight L[eMerton],” in Harro Stammerjohann, ed., Lexicon Grammaticorum, Gottingen, Max Niemeyer, 1996, 119.
  12. Marquez, Francisco, and Dante Della Terza, Joaquin Francisco-Coelho, Marlies K. Mueller, “Dwight LeMerton Bolinger,” (Memorial Minute Adopted by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University), Harvard University Gazette, 89 (1994), No. 26.
  13. McClure, Derrick, “Dwight Bolinger,” London Times, March 11, 1992.
  14. Nakao, Minoru, “D. Bolinger,” Gengo, 17 (1988), 26-27.
  15. Nunberg, Geoffrey, commentary about S.I. Hayakawa and Dwight Bolinger broadcast on “Fresh Air,” National Public Radio, week of Feb. 24-28, 1992.
  16. Kono, Takeshi, “Dwight L. Bolinger—Linguist Full of Eminent Insight,” The English Teachers’ Magazine, December, 1985, Taishukan.
  17. Östman, Jan-Ola, “Dwight Bolinger in Memorian,” Journal of Pragmatics, 18:2/3, 1992, vi-vii.
  18. Sacks, Norman, “In Memoriam – Dwight Bolinger,” Hispanic Linguistics, 5: 1-2 (1992), 485-494.
  19. Stockwell, Robert P. “Dwight L. Bolinger,” Language, 69 (1993), No. 1, 99-112.
  20. Tsuchiya, Hiroki, “How Professor Bolinger is Getting Along,” The English Teachers’ Magazine, November, 1986, Taishukan.
  21. Vachek, Josef, “In Memoriam Dwight Bolinger,” Linguistica Pragensia, 1993, No. 1, 32.
  22. Waugh, Linda R., and C.H. van Schooneveld, The Melody of Language, Baltimore: University Park Press, 1980 (see the dedication to Bolinger).
  23. Yawata, Shigeto, “Dwight Bolinger—His Thoughts and Achievements,” Kenshyu, 14 (1981), 59-76.

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