‘An obsession with order, hierarchy, and one’s place within it’: what The Queue says about Englishness

‘An obsession with order, hierarchy, and one’s place within it’: what The Queue says about Englishness

As we have seen from coverage of “The Queue” – capitalised and thus now, apparently, a proper noun – the English are proud of their queuing prowess.

The Queue for the queen lying in state is portrayed as testament to the English ideals of civility, duty and sacrifice.

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