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George Watson, a Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge, is the author of The Lost Literature of Socialism (Lutterworth).
I first met my future colleague Raymond Williams in 1959, when I was a young lecturer in English literature at Cambridge and he still a tutor in adult education in Oxford. His best-known book.
The other day, in London, I had a vision on a moving staircase in Harrod's. Harrod's is a department store in the British capital much loved by local duchesses and well-heeled visiting Americans—a sort of consumer-heaven with chic, from its delicatessen to its china and its sumptuous furnishings.
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