The Invention of Tradition Character Descriptions

Eric Hobsawm and Terence Ranger
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Eric Hobsbawm

This person, the author of The Invention of Tradition, is an important British Marxist historian.

The British Empire

This is the most important group of people in the book, from the Kings and Queens of England themselves, to local viceroys and regional nationalist movements within the Imperial home territories.

Terence Ranger

This is the co-editor of The Invention of Tradition and author of Chapter 6 concerning the invented traditions of colonial Africa.

Prys Morgan

This individual is the author of Chapter 3 concerning the invented traditions of the Welsh Nationalist movement.

Hugh Trevor-Roper

This individual is the author of Chapter 2 concerning the invented traditions of the Scottish Highlands.

British Monarchs

A number of these people were integral parts of many invented traditions, especially the traditions of royal ceremonials.

The Scots

One of the original peoples of the United Kingdom, this group invented a number of traditions to solidify...

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