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Albion, Vol. 10, Issue 2 : Autumn 2013

Table of Contents

       The Influence of Legal Theory and Changing Ideas of Property on the Levellers' Franchise Campaign    



        A Crisis of Brilliance: Five Young British Artists and the Great War: Exhibition Review


        Andrew Causey's Paul Nash: Landscape and the Life of Objects and Philip Vann and Gerald Hastings' Keith Vaughan

           Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life: Exhibition and Catalogue Review


Non-Fiction: Jesse Norman's Edmund Burke: The First Conservative
        Fiction: David Peace's Red or Dead

        Barry Hines' The Gamekeeper 

         Jack Rosenthal: An Appreciation


         Way of the Morris

         A London Trilogy: The Films of St Etienne 2003-2007


         Interview with Malcolm Taylor OBE about the Full English Digital Archive

         Folk and Rock Reviews and Interviews (Ange Hardy, Guy Manning, Dave Radford, Simon Godfrey, Andy Tillison)

           Classical Reviews (Bax, Howells, Britten, etc) 


Mission Statement

Albion Magazine Online is a public service, not-for-profit biannual web-based magazine dedicated to exploring English culture and identity from a liberal, inclusive perspective.  A magazine for modern English people regardless of age, ethnic background, region, class etc, it seeks to investigate and celebrate the positive aspects of Englishness and English culture without ignoring areas that need improvement.  With coverage of topics that are often neglected in the mainstream media, Albion brings a holistic approach to Englishness and the place of the English person in today's world.

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