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Albion, Vol. 11, Issue 2: Autumn 2014

In Memoriam Dr. Frederick Donnelly, 1946-2014

Table of Contents

        Obituary: Dr. Frederick Donnelly

        Arthur Hansbrow's Little Book



          British Folk Art at Tate Britain: Special Feature: Exhibition and Catalogue Reviews


           Michael Kenny's The Politics of English Nationhood
         Violet Hunt's The Wife of Rossetti

         The Sensual Versus the Ideological: Political Agency in Laurie Lee's As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning

         Patrick Leigh Fermor's The Broken Road: From the Iron Gates to Mount Athos


          Iain Sinclair and 70x70: The Anti-Pantheon

         Amma Asante's Belle

          Andrew Kötting's In the Wake of a Deadad


         Folk and Rock Reviews

         Jake Thackray and Songs 

         Matt Berry's Musical Career

           Classical Reviews


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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