Den föreställda måxngkulturen: Klass och etnicitet i svensk samtidsprosa (review)

Den föreställda måxngkulturen: Klass och etnicitet i svensk samtidsprosa (review) Reviews Ismail och skildes från honom och hans ypperliga palao med uppriktig saknad" (II, 363) [Despite his lack of cleanliness and various other faults, I liked Ismail and parted from him and his splendid rice piloff with a genuine sense of loss]. Ismail had learned to cook by helping his mother. (Did Mannerheim's little band have a chuck wagon?) On the first page of Halén's introduction, one reads: "Britterna och ryssarna hade redan fört ett sekellångt s.k big game om herreväldet i Pamir, Karakorum och Afghanistan" (I­II) [The British and the Russians had carried on a century-long so-called big game for hegemony in Pamir, Karakorum, and Afghanistan]. Halén means "the Great Game," the term coined by Lieutenant Arthur Conolly (1807­?), who disappeared at Bokhara in the 1840s. Who has not thrilled to Kipling's Kim (1901) about the halfcaste boy, recruited as a supremely skillful British agent? "When he comes to the Great Game, he must go alone--alone, and at the peril of his head." George C. Schoolfield Yale University Magnus Nilsson. Den föreställda mångkulturen: Klass och etnicitet i svensk samtidsprosa. Hedemora: Gidlunds, 2010. What is the fate of social democracy in a society that no longer believes it http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Scandinavian Studies Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study

Den föreställda måxngkulturen: Klass och etnicitet i svensk samtidsprosa (review)

Scandinavian Studies, Volume 83 (2) – Apr 11, 2011

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Reviews Ismail och skildes från honom och hans ypperliga palao med uppriktig saknad" (II, 363) [Despite his lack of cleanliness and various other faults, I liked Ismail and parted from him and his splendid rice piloff with a genuine sense of loss]. Ismail had learned to cook by helping his mother. (Did Mannerheim's little band have a chuck wagon?) On the first page of Halén's introduction, one reads: "Britterna och ryssarna hade redan fört ett sekellångt s.k big game om herreväldet i Pamir, Karakorum och Afghanistan" (I­II) [The British and the Russians had carried on a century-long so-called big game for hegemony in Pamir, Karakorum, and Afghanistan]. Halén means "the Great Game," the term coined by Lieutenant Arthur Conolly (1807­?), who disappeared at Bokhara in the 1840s. Who has not thrilled to Kipling's Kim (1901) about the halfcaste boy, recruited as a supremely skillful British agent? "When he comes to the Great Game, he must go alone--alone, and at the peril of his head." George C. Schoolfield Yale University Magnus Nilsson. Den föreställda mångkulturen: Klass och etnicitet i svensk samtidsprosa. Hedemora: Gidlunds, 2010. What is the fate of social democracy in a society that no longer believes it

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