By Dr Bethan M. Jenkins
Between Wales and England is an exploration of eighteenth-century anglophone Welsh writing through authors for whom English-language literature used to be as a rule a secondary trouble. In its method, the paintings interrogates those authors’ perspectives at the newly-emerging experience of ‘Britishness’, discovering them in lots of instances to be extra nuanced and no more resistant than has commonly been thought of. It seems basically on the English-language works of Lewis Morris, Evan Evans, and Edward Williams (Iolo Morganwg) within the context of either their Welsh- and English-language affects and time spent traveling among the 2 nations, contemplating how those authors answered to and reimagined the hot nationwide id via their poetry and prose.
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Between Wales and England: Anglophone Welsh Writing of the Eighteenth Century (Crew Series of Critical and Scholarly Studies: Writing Wales in English) by Dr Bethan M. Jenkins