THE MAN WHO MADE PENGUINS
The Life of Sir William Emrys Williams
By Saunder Meredeen

This biography is about William Emrys Williams - Editor in Chief of Penguin Books from 1936 to 1965 and powerhouse of popular education in the 20th century.  A close collaborator with Penguin's founder Allen Lane, he was the cultural force behind the company.  Devoted to lifelong learning and cultural democracy, he was head of the Arts Council for twelve years and a regular broadcaster.

This book is a collector's limited edition of 1000 copies.
218 x 155mm case-bound hardback with full-colour laminated dust jacket with 5 monochrome photographs. 272 text pages illustrated with 29 monochrome photographs throughout text.

ISBN 987-1-902487-03-8 

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