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Brittany. The Invisible Nation, 1750-1950. Sharif Gemie.

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Incorporated into France nearly five hundred years ago, Brittany has never experienced a strong nationalist movement. However, somewhat paradoxically, in recent years signs of a sense of cultural separation from France have grown more evident, raising fundamental questions about the processes of nation formation. By covering two centuries of Breton history, Sharif Gemie provides a thorough grounding in the complex politics of identity in Brittany. Brittany s conflicted status is elucidated through a discussion of how these notions of identity are represented in a variety of forms such as literature, political debates, festivals, and popular protest." Hardback book in as new condition in a similar condition unclipped dust jacket. No marks or inscriptions. Not ex-library.

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Author(s):
Sharif Gemie
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As new
Dimensions:
22x14cms
Edition:
2007
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0708320023
ISBN-13:
9780708320020
Number of pages:
308
Publisher:
University of Wales Press
Title:
Brittany. The Invisible Nation 1750-1950.

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Incorporated into France nearly five hundred years ago, Brittany has never experienced a strong nationalist movement. However, somewhat paradoxically, in recent years signs of a sense of cultural separation from France have grown more evident, raising fundamental questions about the processes of nation formation. By covering two centuries of Breton history, Sharif Gemie provides a thorough grounding in the complex politics of identity in Brittany. Brittany s conflicted status is elucidated through a discussion of how these notions of identity are represented in a variety of forms such as literature, political debates, festivals, and popular protest." Hardback book in as new condition in a similar condition unclipped dust jacket. No marks or inscriptions. Not ex-library.

Added value:
As new unclipped dust jacket.
Author(s):
Sharif Gemie
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
22x14cms
Edition:
2007
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0708320023
ISBN-13:
9780708320020
Number of pages:
308
Publisher:
University of Wales Press
Title:
Brittany. The Invisible Nation 1750-1950.

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