Writing during the fraught post World War Two period, Raymond Williams found his voice as a novelist, playwright and television commentator as well as a literary and cultural theorist. Greatly concerned with notions of class, Williams sought to expand the traditional literary canon and understand literature through a complex relation of social forces and ideology, rather than isolated, individual readings.
Emphasising the significance of Raymond Williams in a variety of fields, Sean Matthewsa (TM) analysis includes:
Illustrating the argument with examples from literature, television and the media, this concise guide is essential for any student of literature, media, social or cultural studies.
|Formation and language||p. 1|
|Cultural form||p. 27|
|Politics and letters||p. 95|
|"Television : news values"||p. 105|
|Raymond Williams and anarchism||p. 109|
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Series: Routledge Critical Thinkers
Number Of Pages: 200
Published: 24th September 2012
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.9