Writers, Writing, and Revolution
This book is a study of the role of writers in social revolutions. It explores how writing and writers have shaped revolutions, and how they continue to do so.
It also investigates the connection between writers and radicals, outlining some of the historical, political, social, and intellectual connections between writers and revolution. Overall, this is a book of political theory, literary theory, and political action; it is a call for writers to work towards Socialism.
Rhys Glyn Williams is a writer, essayist, and political writer. He is a graduate of the Australian National University and the London School of Economics. Politically, he is a Socialist (Socialist Humanist), and a member of the British Labour Party and the Australian Labor Party (ALP). He works in education, with a specific interest in continuing education.
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