Myths and symbols of the nation ; England, Scotland and the United States t.1

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The Anglophone world, at home or abroad, clearly offers researchers and students fascinating case-studies on the elaboration of nations, on the composition and re-composition of national identities and on the growth ordemise of nationalist movements and nation-state formations. In this first volume, Andy ARLEO, Paul LEES, Françoise LE JEUNE and Bernard SELLIN tackle case-studies of the Anglophone world by measuring the development of national identity and nation-formation in the British Isles (England and Scotland) as well as in England's very first Empire, America. Through these chapters, readers will understand that a common ethnicity does not necessarily create similar nations or similar nation-states as they will follow the subtle crafting of nationalist feelings and the mechanism of identity formation, both largely supported by the invention or re-invention of myths and symbols.