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Title: Britain in aspic : tourist visits to Malta
Other Titles: Islands and Britishness : a global perspective
Authors: Avellino, Marie
Keywords: Tourism -- Malta
Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Malta
Malta -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Citation: Avellino Stewart, M. (2012). Britain in aspic : tourist visits to Malta. In J. Matthews & D. Travers (Eds.), Islands and Britishness: A global perspective (pp. 53-64). UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Abstract: The “other” or the differences between the destination and home can also be amplified (sometimes in an artificial way) so as to provide an experience of sorts which may range from the inauthentic or staged to the authentic and real. The case presented here, of British tourists visiting Malta, demonstrates something slightly more complicated: an instance of finding Britain from an “other” era on an island away from the Britain of today.
ISBN: 1443835161
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