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Biressi, Anita - Class and Contemporary British Culture, ebook

Class and Contemporary British Culture

Biressi, Anita

34,55€

Table of contents
1. Introduction: Beginning the Work of Class and Culture
Anita Biressi, Heather Nunn
2. Essex: Class, Aspiration and Social Mobility
Anita Biressi, Heather Nunn
3. The Revolting Underclass: ‘You Know Them When You…

Curran, Kieran - Cynicism in British Post-War Culture, ebook

Cynicism in British Post-War Culture

Curran, Kieran

110,60€

Table of contents
1. Introduction
Kieran Curran
2. Annus Mirabilis: Philip Larkin
Kieran Curran
3. Work Is a Curse: John Wain/Kingsley Amis/Iris Murdoch
Kieran Curran
4. Just Another Sunday Evening: John Osborne/Jazz
Kieran Curran
5. That’s What I’m Not: British New Wave Cinema
Kieran

Glynn, Stephen - The British School Film, ebook

The British School Film

Glynn, Stephen

117,50€

Table of contents
Part I. Introduction
1. The School Film: A British Genre?
Stephen Glynn
Part II. The Early Years Programme (1900–45)
2. The Early Public School Film (1900–1945)
Stephen Glynn
Part III. The Middle Years Programme (1945–70)
3. The Post-War Public School Film (1945–70)
Stephen

Woods, Faye - British Youth Television, ebook

British Youth Television

Woods, Faye

110,60€

Made in Britain: Mapping British Youth Television
Faye Woods
2. Branding Youth Space: British Youth Strands and Channels
Faye Woods
Part II. Fiction
3. British Youth Drama: Space, Place, Authenticity and Intimacy

Nicol, Danny - Doctor Who: A British Alien?, ebook

Doctor Who: A British Alien?

Nicol, Danny

138,35€

Table of contents
1. Whonited Kingdom
Danny Nicol
2. “One Tiny, Damp Little Island”: Doctor Who’s Construction of Britishness
Danny Nicol
3. “Lots of Planets Have a North!”: Scottishness, Welshness and Northernness in Doctor Who
Danny Nicol
4. “The Enemy of the World”: Globalised

Arnold, Dana - A Companion to British Art: 1600 to the Present, ebook

A Companion to British Art: 1600 to the Present

Arnold, Dana

178,10€

This companion is a collection of newly-commissioned essays written by leading scholars in the field, providing a comprehensive introduction to British art history.A generously-illustrated collection of newly-commissioned essays which provides a comprehensive introduction to the history