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[Silvia Mergenthal]. A Fast-Forward Version of England. Constructions of Englishness in Contemporary Fiction. Heidelberg: Winter. Nünning, Vera (). "The Invention of Cultural Traditions: The Construction and Deconstruction of Englishness and Authenticity in Julian Barnes' England, England".

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