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The reverse colonisation narrative emerged in the late nineteenth century as a predominately English form that expressed fears over the declining vigour of the British race and the pressing need for renewed attention to national defence and a rejuvenated martial spirit (Meaney 230). Cosmopolitan civility and urban decadence were construed as enervating the adventurous masculine spirit responsible for Britain's Empire. This left Britain vulnerable to an invading host of Others who were seen asfatcat:ol2phrrpi5gjpbg6zcwi2cxekm