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Leisure Traveling for 21st Century Americans: Mass Tourism as a Cultural Trap

References Boorstin, Daniel. The Image: A Guide to Pseudo-Events in America. New York: Vintage, 1992. Cohen, Erik. “Authenticity and Commoditisation in Tourism.” Annals of Tourism Research 15 (1988): 371-386. Heitmann, Sine. “Authenticity in Tourism.” Research Themes for Tourism. Ed. by Peter Robinson, Sine Heitmann & Peter Dieke. CABI, Wallingford, 2011. MacCannell, Dean. “Staged Authenticity: Arrangements of Social Space in Tourist Settings.” American Journal of Sociology 79. 3 (1973): 589

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The Representation of Francoist Spain by Two British Women Travel Writers

: Seven years in an Andalusian village. London: Hamish Hamilton. Buzard, James. 1993. The beaten track: European tourism, literature and the ways to “culture” 1800-1918. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Carrigan, Anthony. 2011. Post-Colonial tourism: Literature, culture and environment. London: Routledge. Federici, Eleonora. 2006. Rose Macaulay’s Fabled shore: Driving through cities and landscapes. In Maurizio Ascari & Adriana Corrado (eds.), Sites of exchange: European crossroads and faultlines, 41-51. Amsterdam & New

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Whose Castle is it Anyway? : Local/Global Negotiations of a Shakespearean Location

/06/1990Enmuseumsmandserindringskavalkade7-34.pdf . Huang, Alexa. “Global Shakespeares as Methodology”. Shakespeare 9:3 (2013): 273-290. Kennedy, Dennis. “Shakespeare and Cultural Tourism”. Theatre Journal 50.2 (1998): 175-188. Kristensen, Tom. “Prolog til Hamlet, Prince of Denmark”. Festspillene paa Kronborg . Theatre programme, 1939. 20-22. Lord Lloyd. “A Message from Lord Lloyd”. Festspillene paa Kronborg . Theatre programme, 1939. Schalkwyk, David. “From the Globe to Globalisation: Shakespeare and Disney in the Postmodern World”. Journal of Literary Studies 15

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Nurslings Of Protestantism: The Questionable Privilege Of Freedom In Charlotte Brontë’s Villette

REFERENCES Anonymous. 1861. A few words on tours and tourism. Fraser’s Magazine 63 (March). 340–355. Anonymous. 1852. Review of Scriptural revision of the liturgy, a remedy for Anglican assumption and papal aggression. A letter to the right honourable John Russell, M.P. by a member of the Middle Temple. The North British Review 17 (August). 369–421. Arnold, Matthew. 1993 [1869]. Culture and anarchy: An essay in political and social criticism. In Stefan Collini (ed.), Arnold's Culture and anarchy and other writings . 53–212. Cambridge

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Between Anzac Day and Waitangi Day

, Franchesca. 2012. ‘Descendants of a warrior raceʼ: The Maori Contingent, New Zealand Pioneer Battalion, and martial race myth, 1914-19. War & Society 31(1). 1-21. DOI: 10.1179/204243411X13201386799091 Winter, Caroline. 2012. Commemoration of the Great War on the Somme: Exploring personal connections. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change 10(3). 248-263. DOI: 10.1080/14766825.2012.694450

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