The Autobiography of a Nation: The 1951 Festival of Britain



The Autobiography of a Nation: The 1951 Festival of BritainThis Exceptional Book Is The First Full Length Study On The 1951 Festival Of Britain As A Consciously Constructed Cultural And Educational Event, Or Rather Series Of Events, The Festival Provides An Opportunity To See A Society And A Government Struggling To Recast National Identity After The Experience Of World War II Primarily An Examination Of How Britain And Britishness Were Portrayed In The 1951 Festival S Exhibitions And Events, Becky E Conekin Considers The Festival S History And Historiography, Its Purpose, Its Representations Of The Future And The Past, The Role Of London And The Local , The British Empire And Finally Its Legacy.

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  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • The Autobiography of a Nation: The 1951 Festival of Britain
  • Becky E. Conekin
  • English
  • 04 March 2019
  • 9780719060601

7 thoughts on “The Autobiography of a Nation: The 1951 Festival of Britain

  1. Elizabeth says:

    An exhaustive and well researched account of the Festival of Britain The book goes into great detail about the execution and reaction to the events However, it often feels like Conekin is assembling a list of events and details rather than present an a...

  2. Norman says:

    A academic work on various topics to do with the famous 1951 Festival The major divisions are time and place as well as a very good introduction.

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