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dc.contributor.authorCulea, Mihaela-
dc.description.abstractA number of English writers have started to criticize the monarchy in line with public anti-monarchist views which are mainly stimulated by campaign group Republic.2 Among them, Sue Townsend (1946 – ) is both comical and subtly ironic in her novels The Queen and I (1992), Number Ten (2002) or Queen Camilla (2006). In The Uncommon Reader (2006/2008), the critical voice of another English writer, Alan Bennett (1934 – ), is milder and more sympathetic; yet, underneath the apparently humorous attitude concerning the British monarchy, he also tackles some significant concerns or complaints of the British subjects concerning their sovereign.en
dc.publisherKhazar University Pressen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesVolume 17;Number 1-
dc.titleRevisiting British royalty myths in Alan Bennett’s The Uncommon Readeren
Appears in Collections:2014, Vol. 17, № 1

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