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Cosmopolitanism in Contemporary British Fiction: Imagined by F. McCulloch

By F. McCulloch

This booklet is a concise and fascinating research of up to date literature considered in the course of the severe lens of cosmopolitan concept. It covers a large spectrum of matters together with globalisation, cosmopolitanism, nationhood, id, philosophical nomadism, posthumanism, weather swap, devolution and love.

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