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The Harp and the Constitution

Myths of Celtic and Gothic Origin

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<i>The Harp and the Constitution</i> consists of eleven essays charting the unexpected ways in which the Celts and Goths were reinvented in Britain and other European countries through the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries – becoming not just mythologised races, but lending their names to entire value systems.

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