The Creole Origins of African American Vernacular English: Evidence from copula absence. Rickford, J. R. In Mufwene, S. S.; Rickford, J. R.; Bailey, G.; and Baugh, J., editors, African-American English: structure, history, and use, pages 154–200. Routledge, London ; New York, 1998.
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@incollection{mufwene_creole_1998,
	address = {London ; New York},
	title = {The {Creole} {Origins} of {African} {American} {Vernacular} {English}: {Evidence} from copula absence},
	isbn = {978-0-415-11732-6 978-0-415-11733-3},
	booktitle = {African-{American} {English}: structure, history, and use},
	publisher = {Routledge},
	author = {Rickford, John R.},
	editor = {Mufwene, Salikoko S. and Rickford, John R. and Bailey, Guy and Baugh, John},
	year = {1998},
	keywords = {Creole Hypothesis, Edited Volume},
	pages = {154--200},
}
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