Bebbington, Evangelicalism in Modern Britain. Its starting point could be found in their respective attempts to reverse what Butler describes as the normal mode of human perception: Victoria University of Wellington Library, Wellington. Golder and Butler both came from settled societies, nations within the homeland of the British Empire, however much those societies were being transformed culturally, intellectually and economically. In New Zealand, Golder wrote himself into the new place, but from a social position equally out of place with respect to cultural authority. William Golder Electronic Edition. Ashgate,56, 64; David W.
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William Golder Electronic Edition. Butler returned to England after four years, to fulfil a different cultural project through his painting and writing. Bebbington, Evangelicalism in Modern Britain. Across the range was to be found an imagined society in which the technological future as Butler and Golder conceived its becoming in their present had been suspended, just as New Zealand itself and its indigenous inhabitants for Golder could be located in the stadial version of history at the first stage Victoria University of Wellington Library.