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Dane Kennedy

to escape the embrace of the European Union. Others, however, prefer a variant of the Anglosphere rooted in the “vernacular racism, deep anti-Americanism and a sharper-edged nationalism” of Enoch Powell, the Tory politician whose notorious “Rivers of

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Antoinette Burton

Larkin, English poetry's lightning rod for racism and sexism, helps us to see with particular vividness what was at stake for the future of the English novel of manners less than a decade after Enoch Powell's infamous “Rivers of Blood” speech. We might

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Nikolaos Mavropoulos

Italian dominions in Africa that was published between 1922 and 1943 presents the subject in an idealized manner—that is, in the light of national pride, racism, and militarism. On the other hand, most of the works that were published after World War II