qIn 10 critical essays, the emergence of a distinctive Anglophone literature in Wales is traced. This volume begins with a broad survey of pre-20th-century Anglophone literature and attempts to define Welsh writing in English. Subsequent essays deal with industrial fictions, border literature and border identity, Dylan Thomas and his contemporaries, writers living and working outside Wales, popular fiction and the Welsh imagination, the poetry revival of the 1960s, and whether postdevolution literature can still be thought of as Welsh. Authors covered include Caradoc Evans, Jack Jones, David Jones, Dylan Thomas, Roland Mathias, T. H. Jones, John Tripp, Dannie Abse, and R. S. Thomas.qRichard Fenton (1747-1821), a St Davida#39;s lawyer and miscellaneous writer, author of Poems (1773), who liked amusing ... using the strange foreign setting of Wales, have been written by the English, a few of them with Welsh connections or anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Guide to Welsh Literature: Welsh writing in English|
|Author||:||Alfred Owen Hughes Jarman, Gwilym Rees Hughes|