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This is a revisionist research of the literary and visible illustration of the state within the century following the formation of the British nation. It argues that the main attractive debts of serious Britain subject their imagery to sustained creative strain, threatening to dismantle the nationwide imaginative and prescient in the mean time of its building.

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