Orwell, Nationalism, Brexit and Historical Foresight – An editorial, post-referendum.

The London Palace Coat of Arms features a Lion and a Unicorn: the two animals that George Orwell used to title a now infamous essay about nationalism, class and Britain’s lack of European identity. I’m writing about it today in a ponderous post that will look at English Socialism, historical understandings of our apparent island-identity, and the way that Orwell always seems to have known what to say.

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“A lot of my research time is spent daydreaming – telling an imaginary admiring audience of laymen how to understand”

-Leonard Susskind

A little round up of information about what this site can do for you, including resources, research, recommendations, scheduling and everything else.

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