Nationalism, literature, and creation of memory Maharashtra in the nineteenth century

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Philip Schwyzer argues that the ancient, insular, and imperial nation imagined in the works of writers such as Shakespeare and Spenser was not England, but Britain.

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Notes on Nationalism. This material remains under copyright and is reproduced by kind permission of the Orwell Estate and Penguin Books. Somewhere or other Byron makes use of the French word longeur, and remarks in passing that though in England we happen not to have the word, we have the thing in considerable profusion.

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