- Title Pages
- Figures and table
- Introduction: Understanding the past, facing the future
1Not with a bang but a whimper: Brexit in historical perspective
2‘This is something which we know, in our bones, we cannot do’: hopes and fears for a united Europe in Britain after the Second World War
3EU enlargement and the freedom of movement: imagined communities in the Conservative Party’s discourse on Europe (1997–2016)
4The discursive role of Europe in a disunited kingdom
5‘Extr’ord’nary people, the Germans’: Germans as aliens in post-war British popular culture
6‘I don’t want to be a European’: the European Other in British cultural discourse 1
7The dystopian nightmare of a European superstate: British fiction and the EU
8A case for a Green Brexit? Paul Kingsnorth, John Berger and the pros and cons of a sense of place
9Brexit and the Tudor turn: Philippa Gregory’s narratives of national grievance
10Guards of Brexit? Revisiting the cultural significance of the white cliffs of Dover
11From Iron Curtains to Iron Cliffs: British travel writing between East and West
12Fifty years of Unbelonging: a Gibraltarian writer’s personal testimonial on the road to Brexit
- The road to Brexit
- Ina Habermann
- Manchester University Press
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