The Country and the City - PDF Free DownloadA great mix of literary criticism - his readings of G. Eliot and Dickens are particularly impressive - history and political agitation. Williams starts with a discussion of the pastoral mode, which is Read full review. As with a number of Raymond Williams.
noc18-hs31-Lecture 23- Marxist Literary Theory (III): Raymond Williams
The Country and the City
British Burma in the New Century, — pp Cite as. Nothing embodied these changes as much as the development of Rangoon as a major imperial port city. Yet, this chapter will point to a different trend: namely, that despite the fact that the Burmaphiles, and those who looked askance at much that they found there, all assumed that this backwater province of the Indian empire benefitted from these realities, they were much more interested in the rural and natural aspects of Burma. At the same time, their narrative accounts often had the unintended effect of proclaiming the power of British rule over such a challenging and exotic land. In order to pursue these themes in greater depth, this chapter will focus upon some of the ways in which British authors regarded Rangoon and other cities. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.