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Penrose observes how nationalist discourses often employ what he calls the 'foil of other': '[N]ationalist rhetoric frequently asserts the existence of a nation by documenting what it is not ... [F]or example, Canadians can assert that they are not loud and brash like the Americans; Bretagnes can insist that they are untouched by French snobbery; and Sami can argue that Finnish regimentation and reserve are alien to them' (1993: 33; see also p. 32). Orientalisms and the Other: Difference as Inferiority Penrose observes how nationalist discourses often employ what he calls the 'foil of other': '[N]ationalist rhetoric frequently asserts the existence of a nation by documenting what it is not
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