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Writing Englishness 1900 - 1950

An Introductory Sourcebook on National Identity

by Judy Giles

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


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Number of Pages300
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Open LibraryOL7483152M
ISBN 10041511442X
ISBN 109780415114424

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Dr Judy Giles lectures in Women's Studies, Cultural Studies and Literature Studies at the University College of Ripon and York St. John.

She is co-author of "Women Identity & Private Life " () and co-editor of "Writing Englishness " (). The period witnessed fierce debate over what constituted Englishness.

Two world wars drew sharp attention to concepts of national identity, whilst the economic crises of the s and s suggested an England in which many were dispossessed. Sep 02,  · Writing Englishness: An Introductory Sourcebook book.

An Introductory Sourcebook. Writing Englishness: An Introductory Sourcebook book. By Judy Giles, Tim Middleton. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 2 September Pub.

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Scott Writing Englishness 1900 - 1950 book, Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie, The Stranger by Albert Camus, Anima. Abstract ‘If it were simply Old, Deep and Enduring’, says Kevin Davey, ‘Englishness, like an oak table, wouldn’t need much more than an occasional polish.’ 1 Lacking the solidity of an oak table, however, ‘Englishness has had to be made and re-made in and through history, within available practices and relationships, and existing symbols and ideas.’ 2 Inwhen the journalist Author: Ina Habermann.

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Drawn from a wide range of sources including letters, diaries, journalism, fiction, poems, parliamentary speeches and government reports, the volume is divided into five Author: Judy Giles, Tim Middleton.

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Abstract. Barbara Pym’s Excellent Women (), Dodie Smith’s I Capture the Castle () and Elizabeth Taylor’s Palladian () are all strongly influenced by Jane Austen and were published at a historical moment in which Austen’s place in the national imaginary was being reinvented.

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Fully revised and updated, this second edition is an ideal introduction for those who are new to the study of culture. Featuring global case studiesCited by: Bibliography for UPGPTB British Writing BETA. Back to list Prestige Books International.

Cook () Masks, modes and morals: Writing Englishness an introductory sourcebook on national identity [online]. London: Routledge. Gill () Happy rural seat: the English country house and the literary imagination. (no. Jan 18,  · Professor Judy Giles lectures in Cultural Studies and Literature at York St.

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Dr Judy Giles lectures in Women's Studies, Cultural Studies and Literature Studies at the University College of Ripon and York St. John. She is co-author of Women Identity & Private Life () and co-editor of Writing Englishness (). Dr Tim Middleton lectures in Literature Studies and Cultural Studies at the University College of Ripon and York St John.prose writing and some poetry written in Britain between and • The module will examine novels and short stories, some non-fictional The approach will be broadly chronological and will locate texts within their historical and cultural contexts.

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