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CONTRIBUTORSJudith Hawley at Royal Holloway, University of London

Miles Taylor at Humboldt, University of Berlin

Mark Knights at the University of Warwick

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READING LIST

John Arbuthnot (eds Robert A. Erickson and Alan A. Bower), The

History of John Bull (first published 1712; Oxford University Press, 1976)

Conal Condren, Satire, Lies and Politics: The Case of Dr

Arbuthnot (Palgrave Macmillan, 1997)

Tamara L. Hunt, Defining John Bull: Political Caricature

and National Identity in Late Georgian England (Routledge, 2003)

Mark Knights, Representation and Misrepresentation in

Later Stuart Britain: Partisanship and Political Culture (Oxford University

Press, 2006)

Mark Knights and Adam Morton (eds.), The Power of

Laughter and Satire in Early Modern Britain, 1500-1820 (Boydell &

Brewer, 2017)

Paul Langford, Englishness Identified: Manners and

Character, 1650-1850 (Oxford University Press, 2000)

Peter Mandler, The English National Character: The

History of an Idea from Edmund Burke to Tony Blair (Yale University Press,

2006)

Ben Rogers, Beef and Liberty: Roast Beef, John Bull and

the English Nation (Chatto and Windus, 2003)

Miles Taylor, John Bull and the Iconography of Public

Opinion in England c.1712-1929 (Past & Present, vol 134, issue 1,

February 1992)

Adrian Teal, Georgian John Bull (History Today, vol

64, issue 1, Jan 2014)

RELATED LINKS

John Bull, fictitious epitomist of Englishness and British

imperialism – Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

John Bull and Uncle Sam: Four Centuries of British American

Relations – Library of Congress

John Bull Wikipedia