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Round the globe through greater Britain

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Published by W. Isbister in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Company.,
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Company.,
  • Voyages around the world.,
  • Voyages autour du monde.,
  • Canada -- Description and travel -- 1868-1900.,
  • Canada -- Descriptions et voyages -- 1867-1900.

  • Edition Notes

    Statemented. by W. C. Proctor.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 15933, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 15933
    ContributionsProcter, W. C.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination5 microfiches (203 fr.)
    Number of Pages203
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23721910M
    ISBN 100665159331

    The Idea of Greater Britain is an erudite presentation of an important but neglected stream of Victorian political thought. Duncan Bell convincingly demonstrates the conceptual inventiveness of the idea of Greater Britain through a comprehensive investigation of the political and intellectual context in which it was : $ Globe Guestbook Sign, Wedding Globe Sign, Guest Globe Sign, Please Sign Our Guest Globe, Love Makes The World Go Round, Globe Guest Book CelebrationPrintsCo. From shop CelebrationPrintsCo. 5 out of 5 stars () reviews $ Favorite Add to " Round Globe Plant Orb/Terrarium Double Hook CTSairplants. From shop CTSairplants.

    InThe Idea of Greater Britain, Duncan Bell analyzes this fertile yet neglected debate, examining how a wide range of thinkers conceived of this vast "Anglo-Saxon" political community. Their proposals ranged from the fantastically ambitious--creating a globe-spanning nation-state--to the practical and mundane--reinforcing existing ties between. The Idea of Greater Britain: Empire and the Future of World Order, – Duncan Bell During the tumultuous closing decades of the nineteenth century, as the prospect of democracy loomed and as intensified global economic and strategic competition reshaped the political imagination, British thinkers grappled with the question of how best.

    The Greater Britain, here to seek for Praise and Fame. Fame blazed hath, that here in Fairy-Lond Do many famous Knights and Ladies wonne, And many strange Adventures to be fond, Of which great Worth and Worship may be won; Which I to prove, this Voyage have begon. But mote I weet of you, right courteous Knight, Tidings of one, that hath unto me. “Greater Britain” was a phrase first coined by imperialist politician and Freemason, Sir Charles Dilke in his book of the same title. In The Expansion of England () Seeley repeatedly reflects on the problems of the Greek and Roman Empires and how lessons could be learned to protect the British from suffering the same fate historically.


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This would involve Britain’s withdrawal from the chaos of world markets into a self-sufficient trading area based on Great Britain and her was argued that this alone could free the people from exploitation by International Finance which used cheap labour in Asia and the Far East to undercut British and Empire workers – resulting in the destruction of our major book Reviews: 9.

I n Charles Wentworth Dilke published a travelogue of his tour of North America, India, and Britain’s Pacific colonies titled Greater Britain: A Records of Travel in English-Speaking Countries during and The book was the result of a global tour by which Dilke sought to chart the progress of the Anglo-Saxon race around the globe.

Around The Globe "The World Is a Book and Those Who Do Not Travel Read Only One Page" – St. Augustine. Toggle Sidebar. May 1, What to do in Venice. Towards the end of this ambitious book, Bell returns to the scenario depicted by Macaulay’s New Zealander, and argues that over the course of the 19th century, advocates of ‘Greater Britain’ became less haunted by the fate of classical empires.

Instead, they looked to north America (in Goldwin Smith’s case, he of course ended up there). Round the globe through greater Britain London, W.

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"In this fine book, Bell has performed a real service by refocusing attention on the grand late-nineteenth-century debate about creating a 'Greater Britain' capable of rivaling the United States. It injects vigorous new life into a subject hitherto often a byword for dullness." —Peter Cain, Sheffield Hallam University.

Inon leaving Cambridge, I made a journey round the world on which I wrote a book of travel, the name of which has lived while the book is wholly out of date. Round the globe through greater Britain by W. Proctor () Seaways of the Empire by A. Sargent () Selected speeches and documents on British colonial policy, (Vol.

1) by A. Keith (). "In this fine book, Bell has performed a real service by refocusing attention on the grand late-nineteenth-century debate about creating a 'Greater Britain' capable of rivaling the United States. It injects vigorous new life into a subject hitherto often a byword for dullness."—Peter Cain, Sheffield Hallam University.

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The Idea of Greater Britain is full of penetrating insights for those seeking to understand the nuances of Victorian notions of British Empire and how these quests relate to the future of world orderShih-Yu Chou, Political Studies Review [A] highly intelligent and persuasive bookAuthor: Duncan Bell.