By Ann Burton
Biblical novel. From again conceal: The Bible is stuffed with ladies of religion, bravery, and crafty. this is one woman's story - because it may need happened.
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For recent work on Unionism and imperial citizenship see Iain McLean and Alistair McMillan, State of the Union: Unionism and the Alternative in the United Kingdom since 1707 (Oxford, 2005), and Daniel Gorman, Imperial Citizenship: Empire and the Question of Belonging (Manchester, 2006). 1 Imagining Great Britain: Union, Empire, and the burden of history, 1800–1830 There is no European nation which, within the course of half a century or little more, has undergone so complete a change as this kingdom of Scotland.
A third response, exempliﬁed in my account by Surendranth Banerjea and Dadabhai Naoroji, was to embrace Macaulay’s progress narrative, arguing that the time had come for the British to redeem their promise of modernization by granting India institutions of self-government. Finally, I close with R. C. Dutt, who was driven by British recalcitrance to shift from celebrating the riches of ancient Indian civilization to 16 Introduction exploring the sources of modern Indian poverty. Notwithstanding their sharp criticism of existing British policy, these men all strongly believed in the value of the British Empire and ardently hoped for India to take her rightful place as an equal partner in some future imperial federation.
This country,” Pitt told the House of Commons on January 22, “is at this time engaged in the most momentous conﬂict that ever occurred in the history of the world. A conﬂict in which Great Britain is distinguished for having made the only manly and successful stand against the common enemy of civil society” (Cobbett’s Parliamentary History of England (London, 1819), XXXIV: 267; see also 242–9, 258). On Pitt’s response to the crisis of 1797–1800, see J. Holland Rose, William Pitt and the Great War (Westport, 1971), 299–320, 339–64, and John Ehrman, The Younger Pitt: The Consuming Struggle, III (London, 1996), 1–157, 258–64.
Deborah's Story: A Novel by Ann Burton