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what is iconically british about The Wikerman

by brose.
what is iconically british about The Wikerman by brose.

 The clichéd hostile attitude towards out siders
 The pub scene when they were all crammed in to small environment
 Makes the men being shown seem drunken adulterous
 What could happen in a small isolated community.
 Also the way that woman are seen as promiscuous in modern Britain
 The way that there is law and order (Howie) is enforced yet isn’t always successful.
 How religion is so important in British society.
 How Brits are so reluctant to change.
 Small societies are seen as secretive.
 The scenery is very green and the houses are very cramped together opposing the vast space that surrounds the town.