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  • Anglo-Saxon Attitudes - Wikipedia

    Anglo-Saxon Attitudes is a satirical novel by Angus Wilson, published in 1956. It was Wilson's most popular book, and many consider it his best work.

  • Anglo-Saxon Attitudes by Angus Wilson — Reviews ...

    Anglo-Saxon Attitudes has 438 ratings and 38 reviews. Lobstergirl said: Anthony Burgess blurbed that this was one of the five greatest novels of the [20...

  • Anglo Saxon Attitudes (TV Mini-Series 1992– ) - IMDb

    Three-part mini-series about Gerald Middleton, an aging historian, who reflects on his youth, relationships (especially the one with his best friends girl), career ...

  • Anglo Saxon Attitudes: Richard Johnson ... Anglo Saxon Attitudes: Richard Johnson, Douglas Hodge, Dorothy Tutin, Kate Winslet, Daniel Craig, Elizabeth Spriggs, Briony Glassco, Tara Fitzgerald ...

  • Anglo-Saxon attitudes | The Economist

    Britain and America Anglo-Saxon attitudes Our polls show the two may have less in common than they think Mar 27th 2008

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  • Anglo-Saxon attitudes - Page 2 - EDF Forum - Politics ...

    Quote: Originally Posted by Riverman Um, by any objective measure Britain is in much better shape than the US, with the exception of fertility rates an

  • Very British Villains (and other Anglo-Saxon Attitudes to ...

    What do peoples' accents really reveal about them? The villainous British accent crystallizes the love-hate special relationship between the US and the UK.

  • Anglo Saxon Attitudes : DVD Talk Review of the DVD Video

    The Movie:Anglo Saxon Attitudes' DVD box advertises it as a "biting satire." Now British humor can often run so dry as to be positively Saharan, and while this 1992 ...

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