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Jes Wienberg

), a “triumph of civil engineering”, and a “triumph for the Egyptian Government and the Egyptian authorities involved, triumph for UNESCO and its officials and for the international community” (Säve-Söderbergh 1987 : 122). And irrespective of whether it is told in the form of a travel novel or a technical report, the story of the campaign is narrated on the lines of a classic fairy tale – the threat that arises, the many obstacles and dangers that must be overcome, and the final resolution when the threat is overcome. Modernity (and humanity) threaten the heritage

in Heritopia
Caroline Sturdy Colls and Kevin Simon Colls

personnel) show romantic scenes, fairy-tale castles and comedic elements, perhaps indicating the desire for the simple pleasures of domestic life and their homeland ( Figure 2.13 ). 119 After liberation, Pantcheff noted a wide range of murals and items in the garden of ‘one of the more discretely isolated houses at the east end of the Island’ which offered an insight into the sexual pleasures enjoyed by Island Commandant Hoffmann and his fellow soldiers. 120 In addition to testimonies which describe the

in 'Adolf Island'