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  • Popular Culture and Identity: Remembering British History in 2015 

    Woodward-Smith, Elizabeth (Sociedad Española de Estudios Literarios de Cultura Popular (SELICUP), 2016)
    [Abstract] Commemorative historical events provide an insight for researchers into how communities see themselves and their history, and how their identity is displayed. However, such events can involve controversy because ...
  • Eighteenth-century Didactics: Creating Stereotypes 

    Woodward-Smith, Elizabeth (Universidade da Coruña, Departamento de Didácticas Específicas, 2015)
    [Abastract]The present article deals with the stereotypical portrayal of Spain and Spaniards from the point of view of eighteenth-century English-speakers. For this purpose, the contributions published in a monthly journal ...
  • Sociocultural references in context: The school story subgenre 

    Woodward-Smith, Elizabeth (The Grove, 2011)
    [Abstract]Enid Blyton's Malory Towers series belongs to a long tradition of school stories in British juvenile fiction. Her books are a rich source of cultural references about a period and a social context, and have ...