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Raymond Williams

Raymond Williams (1921-1988) was a highly influential Welsh academic, novelist and critic. He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge and was Professor of Drama at the University of Cambridge 1974-83. His books include:

  • "People of the Black Mountains", a semi-fictional history
  • A trilogy of novels, "Border country" (1960), "Second generation" (1964), and "The fight for Manod" (1979)
  • Studies in social history, politics, and communications.



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