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The English are naturally, congenitally, collectively and singularly, livid much of the time. In between the incoherent ...
In WATCHING THE ENGLISH anthropologist Kate Fox takes a revealing look at the quirks, habits and foibles of the English ...
The England Supporters Club boasts more members than those of several other European nations combined, many of whom trav...
The pride and passion of simply following England has a habit of turning into something nasty. Is it down to laddish exc...
English football’s finest hour–victory on home soil in the 1966 World Cup–was made all the more sweet ...
Saturday, 4 June 1977 was a dark day for England’s international football reputation . . . on and off the pitch. O...
George Orwell was an inveterate keeper of diaries. The Orwell Diaries presents eleven of them, covering the period 1931-...
In The English Jeremy Paxman sets out to find about the English. Not the British overall, not the Scots, not the Irish o...
From the Egyptian goddess Sekhmet to the Maori Wai-nui and the Navajo Changing Bear Maiden, this unique and inclusive co...
At a time when Scottish, Welsh and Irish nationalisms are flourishing and English nationalism disapproved, when the cust...
This is the story of the climactic year of 1945 in which World War II ended. The author’s approach is to relay the...
What does it mean to be English? What does it mean to be British? Is the cross of St George a proud symbol of a great tr...
For the first time, the Sunday Times bestseller Austerity Britain is available in one complete paperback volume. Coursin...
As soon as the ticketing arrangements for the World Cup in France were announced and England fans were allocated so few,...
Specially written for the National Youth Theatre the play depicts with enormous vigour the story of Harry, a ‘foot...
Chris England spent five weeks covering the 2002 World Cup, when football became Japan’s newest religion, constant...
Football Delirium is not ‘applied’ psychoanalysis, not a book that takes a privileged position in relation t...