By John Western

ISBN-10: 0816619840

ISBN-13: 9780816619849

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The battle is on the cultural front now . . " To recapitulate, I have tried to counter the claims of the longestablished to superior Britishness. A first attempt at rebuttal used Raymond Williams's depiction of an ever-retreating horizon as one searches for that upon which one might erect the notion of any settled belongingness. That is, all cultural structures are built upon shifting sands; there are Transatlantic Homes 21 no unquestionable Britons. " But there is still lingering doubt in me; enough remains of the undeviatingly conventional English upbringing I received to somehow ruefully respect the poise that apparently comes with lineage—rather as so many of the British respect, for some reason, their originally German royal family.

Their childhoods spanned the latter part of the 1930s and the 1940s. It was a period of economic depression, yet childhood memories are ever a pleasure to savor. Trevor Brathwaite evidently enjoyed reminiscing about his boyhood duties, although at the time they must have been onerous. We lived at St. Davids, in the country, in Christ Church parish. My father did gardening and butlering for an English gentleman, very rich, in Christ Church. He [father] would take our sheep out at four o'clock, graze them three or four miles away, then he'd wake me at six when he went off to work, I had to get 'em back before school at nine.

You got rudeness. One morning very soon after we got here [1961] we walked into the room at the garage, they were all sitting around off duty, looking straight at us, the three of us. "Good morning," we said. Absolute silence. " "Well, we don't say hello to them tomorrow," I said. Tony Gill was one of the minority of the men in this study who came not as transport industry recruits but as men taking their own chances with British employment once they got here. He told of his reception in June I960: I'd never been unemployed a day in my life.

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