William Emrys Williams

Sir William Emrys "Bill" Williams, CBE (Manchester, 5 October 1896 – Aylesbury, 30 March 1977) was Editor-in-Chief of Penguin Books from 1936 to 1965 and an educationalist and powerhouse of popular education in the 20th century. A close collaborator with Allen Lane, Penguin's founder, for over thirty years, Williams was the cultural force behind Penguin Books' success and was the creator of the Pelican imprint. Provided by Wikipedia
by Williams, William Emrys, 1896-
Published 1951
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