Letter: Bourdieu the brave 2

February 15, 2002

Fred Inglis argues that Pierre Bourdieu has left an impressive legacy of the kind that just does not happen in Britain. If Inglis had not written such a grumpy account of the life of Raymond Williams in the mid-1990s, he might have grasped that Williams left just such a legacy.

Keith Flett

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