England Essay - 354 Words
As is conventional, the citizens of an imperial state are often satisfied with the notion of sovereign cultural superiority, this not by natural happenstance, but because “[they] were meant to”. The author, among citizens of Antigua, inadvertently allowed the subtle invasion of her cultural heritage by the English. As a result, the author’s childhood was consumed by English culture, considering “the shoes [worn] to work would have been made in England, as were [the] khaki shirt and...
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