Patriotism, Power, and Print: National Consciousness in Tudor England
Duquesne University Press, 2003 - 160페이지
This study examines English patriotism in the sixteenth century to discern its nature and modes of cultural expression, and to consider its use in political and religious propaganda. Focusing on a time when patriotism had yet to be truly conceptualised, Brennan investigates the sixteenth century while giving voice to the controversy between modernist and revisionist writers concerning the timing of the birth of nationalism. This astute work deals with a broad range of historical and literary texts, many of which are not often explored.
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