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Tim William Machan

expecting to meet their past, they mostly came for natural wonders and what we today would call adventure tourism. 59 No more than North America, the Pacific, or the Celtic fringe did Scandinavia offer a resolution to the problematic historical memories of emergent modernism. But the tropes used to represent it did sharpen debate on progress, even as they also enabled a historiographic narrative of Great Britain’s exceptionalism. If one of the fundamental attractions of a Scandinavian odyssey was that it offered a return, I am arguing, the return was in many ways a

in Northern memories and the English Middle Ages