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by Katie Gramich
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Dr Katie Gramich is a senior lecturer in English at Cardiff University, Wales. Her most recent publication is Twentieth Century Women's Writing in Wales Land, Gender, Belonging. Publisher: Parthian Books (1 May 2011).
Published by Parthian Books. From the publisher: ‘Almanac 15’ literally unearths some fascinating new material about the life and work of one of Wales’s greatest twentieth-century poets, R. S. Thomas. Matthew Jarvis asks the simple question: what were those ‘mangels’ being docked by R. s peasant farmer, Iago Prytherch? And he comes up with some fascinating answers.
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This lively issue roams from Ceredigion to Russia, from London to Merthyr, via Argentina and Llanybri. Almanac 16 reflects the sheer range and diversity of Welsh writing in English and seeks to stimulate, provoke and illuminate all readers interested in the literature of Wales.
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Almanac: Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English. E-mail Citation . Each issue of the journal contains a bibliography of criticism, arranged by author. A Bibliographical Guide to Twenty-Four Modern Anglo-Welsh Writers. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1994. Walford Davies, Damian, ed. Echoes to the Amen: Essays after R.
Featuring new research by established and emerging critics in the field, this stimulating academic journal aims to engage in a lively and informed way with both the Welsh literary past and with contemporary writing. This edition includes two incisive and innovative essays on the towering figure in modern Anglophone Welsh poetry, R. S. Thomas, that relate his work to that of W. B. Yeats and to prominent Irish themes. It also offers important new critical evaluations of unfairly neglected literary figures, such as Hilda Vaughan, William Emrys Williams, Nigel Heseltine, and the science fiction of the Welsh-language writer Islwyn Ffowc Elis. Also included is an indispensable annual bibliography of criticism in the field, continuing a longstanding tradition of providing readers with a range of thought-provoking and illuminating material.