James Joyce and the re-mapping of Gibraltarian identity
When I was studying English at the University of Leeds many years ago, I had a little hobby. I used to spend my spare time in the Brotherton Library searching for references to Gibraltar in nineteenth-century travelogues and memoirs. I quickly learned two things: Gibraltarians were either ignored in these texts or – if by...
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