- An Essay towards a Real Character, and a Philosophical Language (1668): Part III: Philosophical Grammar: Chapter 9: Syntax
by John Wilkins (with additional links & bibliography)
- Irony, Humor, & Cynicism Study Guide
- Philosophical and Universal Languages, 1600-1800, and Related Themes: Selected Bibliography
Shady Characters: The secret life of punctuation:
Irony & Sarcasm marks, part 1 of 3 by Keith Houston
Trettien, Whitney Anne. ‘The Sound of the Printed Letter’: Orthography, Orthoepy, Print and Dictionaries in Print Culture. Thesis, Hood College, 2007. See also author’s web site.
‘The Sound of the Printed Letter’: Orthography, Orthoepy, Print and the Naturalization of English Dictionaries. Queen’s University, June 3-5, 2010. Excerpt from full work (above).The Republic of Codes: Cryptographic Theory and Scientific Networks in the Seventeenth Century by Robert Batchelor, November 1, 1999 [Work in Progress]
Word and Self Estranged in English Texts, 1550-1660; edited by L. E. Semler, Philippa Kelly. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.