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National Character and the Character of Nations

National Literature, Canadian Criticism, and National Character

The Predicament of National Character

National Character via the Beautiful and Sublime?*

The Genius and National Character of the Anglo-Saxon Race

Malaysian Sharia Reforms in Flux: The Changeable National Character of Islamic Marriage

The English National Character: The History of an Idea from Edmund Burke to Tony Blair

Authority, State and National Character: The Civilizing Process in Austria and England, 1700–1900

Irishness, National Character, and the Interpretation of Political Thought, c.1830–1914

Kant on National Character, in Relation to the Sense of the Sublime and Beautiful

American Sexual Character: Sex, Gender, and National Identity in the Kinsey Reports. By Miriam G. Reumann (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005. 305pp.)

Pathways to substance-related disorder: a structural model approach exploring the influence of temperament, character, and childhood adversity in a national cohort of prisoners

Roberto Romani. National Character and Public Spirit in Britain and France, 1750–1914. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2002. Pp. ix, 348. $65.00

Peter Mandler. The English National Character: The History of an Idea from Edmund Burke to Tony Blair. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press. 2006. Pp. x, 348. $35.00

Beloved: Character Studies. Nancy J. Peterson. New York: Continuum, 2008. 128 pages. $90.00 cloth; $19.95 paper, Reading Toni Morrison. Rachel Lister. Santa Barbara: Greenwood Press, 2009. 153 pages. $35.00 cloth and The Fiction of Toni Morrison: Reading and Writing on Race, Culture, and Identity. Ed. Jami L. Carlacio. Urbana: National Council of Teachers of English, 2007. 279 pages. $37.95 paper.


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