History UsefulNotes / Cornwall

22nd Nov '17 6:22:09 PM Nozdordomu
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* [[Music/Aphex Twin Richard D. James]], prolific electronic musician. Has referred to Cornwall, its landmarks, and its dialect in several songs.

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* [[Music/Aphex Twin [[Music/AphexTwin Richard D. James]], prolific electronic musician. Has referred to Cornwall, its landmarks, and its dialect in several songs.
22nd Nov '17 6:21:47 PM Nozdordomu
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* [[Music/Aphex Twin Richard D. James]], prolific electronic musician. Has referred to Cornwall, its landmarks, and its dialect in several songs.
8th Apr '17 11:03:46 AM Jallen
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* ''Literature/TheBirds'' by Daphne Du Maurier is set in Cornwall, of course the short story is eclipsed by the more famous movie of the same name by Creator/AlfredHitchcock who moved it to California.


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* ''Literature/JamaicaInn'', another story by Daphne Du Maurier, takes place in Cornwall is partly about people tricking ships to wreak themselves on the shores of Cornwall to steal their loot.
3rd Apr '17 6:04:16 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/GilbertAndSullivan's ''ThePiratesOfPenzance'' is based in Cornwall and features Cornish characters.

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* Creator/GilbertAndSullivan's ''ThePiratesOfPenzance'' ''Theatre/ThePiratesOfPenzance'' is based in Cornwall and features Cornish characters.
4th Jan '17 9:31:27 PM Brady515
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In fact, Cornwall is one of only four areas in the UK eligible for EU 'Objective One' funding: money given to poverty-stricken areas [[note]]Defined as being below 70% of the European GDP[[/note]]

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In fact, Cornwall is one of only four areas in the UK eligible for EU 'Objective One' funding: money given to poverty-stricken areas [[note]]Defined as being below 70% of the European GDP[[/note]]
GDP.[[/note]]. Yet ironically, in the June 23 2016 Brexit referendum, Cornwall [[IdiotBall voted to leave the EU by 56.5%, but then got desperate to keep the funding.]]
5th Nov '16 12:33:58 PM nombretomado
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* InspectorLynley, also the 8th Earl of Asherton, has the family seat, Howenstowe, in Cornwall, and thus grew up there. He and partner Barbara Havers visit the Lynleys in a couple of episodes, [[BusmansHoliday only to get tangled up in a local mystery]] each time.

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* InspectorLynley, Series/InspectorLynley, also the 8th Earl of Asherton, has the family seat, Howenstowe, in Cornwall, and thus grew up there. He and partner Barbara Havers visit the Lynleys in a couple of episodes, [[BusmansHoliday only to get tangled up in a local mystery]] each time.
11th Jun '16 1:06:09 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[Literature/TheBible Jesus]]. According to legend Jesus visited England (See ''And did those feet in ancient time'' a poem written by WilliamBlake) stopping off at Cornwall to teach the locals how to smelt tin for the ore.

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* [[Literature/TheBible Jesus]]. According to legend Jesus visited England (See ''And did those feet in ancient time'' a poem written by WilliamBlake) Creator/WilliamBlake) stopping off at Cornwall to teach the locals how to smelt tin for the ore.
12th Jan '16 5:29:12 PM DarkPhoenix94
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Cornish nationalists, relatively few in number and limited in actual political support, are fanatically proud of their Celtic heritage. Some of the more extreme nationalists occasionally burn down holiday homes, and like their brethren in Wales, while the very concept of Cornish nationalism tends to be regarded as absolutely ridiculous (and hilarious) by anyone not from Cornwall. In any event, nationalists will insist Cornwall is a separate country or constituent- [[UsefulNotes/WithEuropeButNotOFIt with England but not of it.]] Largely because it should be. Who says Wales gets all the fun?

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Cornish nationalists, relatively few in number and limited in actual political support, are fanatically proud of their Celtic heritage. Some of the more extreme nationalists occasionally burn down holiday homes, and like their brethren in Wales, while the very concept of Cornish nationalism tends to be regarded as absolutely ridiculous (and hilarious) by anyone not from Cornwall. In any event, nationalists will insist Cornwall is a separate country or constituent- [[UsefulNotes/WithEuropeButNotOFIt with England but not of it.]] Largely because it should be. Who says Wales gets all the fun?
12th Jan '16 5:28:48 PM DarkPhoenix94
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Cornish nationalists are fanatically proud of their Celtic heritage. Some of the more extreme nationalists occasionally burn down holiday homes, and like their brethren in Wales, while the very concept of Cornish nationalism tends to be regarded with a mix of incredulity and hilarity by anyone not from Cornwall. In any event, nationalists will insist Cornwall is a separate country or constituent- [[UsefulNotes/WithEuropeButNotOFIt with England but not of it.]] Largely because it should be. Who says Wales gets all the fun?

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Cornish nationalists nationalists, relatively few in number and limited in actual political support, are fanatically proud of their Celtic heritage. Some of the more extreme nationalists occasionally burn down holiday homes, and like their brethren in Wales, while the very concept of Cornish nationalism tends to be regarded with a mix of incredulity and hilarity as absolutely ridiculous (and hilarious) by anyone not from Cornwall. In any event, nationalists will insist Cornwall is a separate country or constituent- [[UsefulNotes/WithEuropeButNotOFIt with England but not of it.]] Largely because it should be. Who says Wales gets all the fun?
12th Jan '16 5:27:58 PM DarkPhoenix94
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Cornish nationalists are fanatically proud of their Celtic heritage and will insist Cornwall is a separate country or constituent- [[UsefulNotes/WithEuropeButNotOFIt with England but not of it.]] Largely because it should be. Who says Wales gets all the fun?

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Cornish nationalists are fanatically proud of their Celtic heritage heritage. Some of the more extreme nationalists occasionally burn down holiday homes, and like their brethren in Wales, while the very concept of Cornish nationalism tends to be regarded with a mix of incredulity and hilarity by anyone not from Cornwall. In any event, nationalists will insist Cornwall is a separate country or constituent- [[UsefulNotes/WithEuropeButNotOFIt with England but not of it.]] Largely because it should be. Who says Wales gets all the fun?



** Bizarrely, King UsefulNotes/CharlesI offered to elevate Cornwall to a ''kingdom'' during the English Civil War in return for support from Sir Bevil Grenville. Though this didn't happen, up until the Great Reform Act of 1832 Cornwall was ridiculously overrepresented in Parliament due to a corrupt practice of enfranchising boroughs there where hardly anyone lived.

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** Bizarrely, King UsefulNotes/CharlesI offered to elevate Cornwall to a ''kingdom'' during the English Civil War in return for support from Sir Bevil Grenville. Though this didn't happen, up until the Great Reform Act of 1832 Cornwall was ridiculously overrepresented in Parliament due to a corrupt practice of enfranchising boroughs there where hardly anyone lived.



* The [[Literature/{{Poldark}} Poldark novels]] and TV series written by Winston Graham who was Cornish.

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* The [[Literature/{{Poldark}} Poldark novels]] and TV series written by Winston Graham Graham, who was himself Cornish.
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