In this famous work, Raymond Williams continues the argument of his Culture and Society, explaining the twentieth century as a stage in a long revolution that began over two hundred years ago, transforming men and institutions and overturning conventional ideas - political, economic and cultural. He begins by examining creativity itself, and moves on to analyse social concepts and trace the history of education, the press, the novel and drama. His breadth of insight completely reinterprets the dominant values of modern British culture.
Number Of Pages: 384
Published: 30th November 2013