Raymond Henry Williams (31 August 1921 – 26 January 1988) was a Welsh academic, novelist and critic. He was an influential figure within the New Left and in wider culture. His writings on politics, culture, the mass media and literature are a significant contribution to the Marxist critique of culture and the arts. Some 750,000 copies of his books have sold in UK editions alone and there are many translations available. His work laid the foundations for the field of cultural studies and the cultural materialist approach.
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... influenced by Marxism, such as Stuart Hall and Raymond Williams, developed Cultural Studies ... Thompson, and Raymond Williams, and later Stuart Hall and others at the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies at the University of Birmingham ... scholars and their influences see the work of (for example) Raymond Williams, Stuart Hall, Paul Willis, and Paul Gilroy ...
... The Long Revolution, by Raymond Williams, 1961 ... The Long Revolution Author(s) Raymond Williams Language English Genre(s) Cultural studies Publisher Chatto and Windus Publication date 1961 Media type Print (book) ISBN 0-14-02076 ... With this book Williams led the way in recognizing the importance of the growth of the popular press, the growth of standard English, and the growth of the reading public ...
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“I compare her
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rush with a crackling sound over
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—William Carlos Williams (18831963)