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Television: Technology and Cultural Form
Millions of people now probably have more drama available to them in a single weekend than they would once have been able to see in a year or even in the course of a lifetime. An evening'sExpand
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The Country and the City
As a brilliant survey of English literature in terms of changing attitudes towards country and city, Williams' highly-acclaimed study reveals the shifting images and associations between these twoExpand
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Marxism and Literature
theories. separated from the'basisof self-interest', were then beside the point. Of course the argument could not be left at this stage. In place of Napoleon's conservative (and suitably vague)Expand
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The Long Revolution
This volume explains the 20th century as a stage in a long revolution which began two centuries ago, transforming men and institutions and overturning conventional ideas - political, economic andExpand
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Resources of hope : culture, democracy, socialism
Collected essays and talks from one of Britain s great thinkers, ranging across political and cultural theory Raymond Williams possessed unique authority as Britain s foremost cultural theorist andExpand
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Advertising: the Magic System
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Problems in Materialism and Culture: Selected Essays
Raymond Williams was the founder of an approach that was to become known as "cultural materialism". Yet, Williams's method was always open-ended and fluid, and this volume collects toegther his mostExpand
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Politics of modernism
Considered to be the founding father of British cultural theory, Williams was concerned throughout his life to apply a materialist and socialist analysis to all forms of culture, defined generouslyExpand
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What I Came to Say
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