Raymond Williams on Science Fiction, Utopia and Dystopia
Edited By Andrew Milner
Both the collection as a whole and the individual readings are accompanied by introductory essays written by Andrew Milner.
Reading 16 From The Fight for Manod (1979) 215
Reading 16 From The Fight For Manod (1979) Editor’s Introduction The most common description of Williams’s novels is as “social realist.” And it is a fair enough comment on the first two in his Welsh trilogy, Border Country (1960) and Second Gener...
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