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|Named Person:||English literature--Welsh studies collection--Critical studies.; Emyr Humphreys; R S Thomas|
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|Notes:||Contents include: It is our duty to sing :: y Gododdin and David Jones's In Parenthesis / by Paiul Robichaud - The voice of Glamorgan : Gwyn Thomas's Colonial fiction / by Stephen Knight - From pig sty to Benin Head : Modernism and Post-colonialism in Emyr Humphreys's Jones / by Diane Green - Resident aliens : R.S. Thomas and the Anti-Modern Movement / by Grahame Davies - Poetry for the air : The Minister, Swn y gwynt sy'n chwythu and the Dream of Jake Hopkins as Radio Odes / by Rhian Reynolds - A tower of Babel : Heteroglossia, The Grotesque and the de-construction of meaning in Glyn Jones's The Valley, The City, The Village and Niall Griffiths's Grits / by Harri Roberts - Language of light : poetry of John Powell Ward / by Fiona Owen - A dislocation called a blessing : Three Welsh / Jewish Perspectives / by Jasmine Donahaye - Gandhi and Beauty's slaves : Two English Sonnets by Waldo Williams / by Damian Walford Davies - Welsh writing in English : a Bibliography of criticism, 1999 / by John Harris.|
|Series Title:||Welsh writing in English : a yearbook of critical essays.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Tony Brown.|