2006

Padel, O. J. Geoffrey of Monmouth and the Development of the Merlin Legend. Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 51 (Summer 2006) 37-65.

Ryan, Patrick. Celticity and the storyteller identity: the use and misuse of ethnicity to develop a storyteller’s sense of self. Folklore 117.3 (December 2006) 313-328.

Pre-18th Century Texts

Achinstein, Sharon. Reading George Herbert in the Restoration. English Literary Renaissance 36.3 (2006) 430-465. ISSN 00138312.

Barnes, A. W. Editing George Herbert’s Ejaculations. Textual Cultures: Texts, Contexts, Interpretation 1.2 (Autumn 2006) 90-113. ISSN 1592936.

Gaston, Paul L. George Herbert, the ‘Hymn Menders’, and the Anglican Hymn Tradition. John Donne Journal: Studies in the Age of Donne 25 (2006) 315-332. ISSN 078389655.

Hines, John. ‘Aire disguis’d’: metaphors of genre and Henry Vaughan’s sacred hymns. Scintilla 10 (2006) 164-182.

Mattison, Andrew. ‘Keep your Measure’: Herick, Herbert, and the Resistance To Music. Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts (Summer 2006) 323-346. ISSN 00111589.

Miles-Watson, J. Mapping Medieval Welsh Myth: A Neo-Structuralist Analysis of the Mabinogion. PhD thesis, University of Aberdeen, 2006. 56-15708. BL: DXN108568.

Nelson, Holly Faith. ‘Make all things new! And without end!’: the eschatological vision of Henry Vaughan. Scintilla 10 (2006) 222-235.

Pael, O. J. Geoffrey of Monmouth and the Development of the Merlin Legend. Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 51 (Summer 2006) 37-65. ISSN 13530089.

18th Century

Constantine, Mary-Ann. Songs and Stones: Iolo Morganwg (1747-1826), Mason and Bard. Eighteenth Century 47.2/3 (Sumer 2006) 233-251. ISSN 01935380.

Prescott, Sarah. ‘What Foes more dang’rous than too strong Allies?’: Anglo-Welsh Relations in Eighteenth-century London. The Huntingdon Library Quarterly 49.4 (2006) 535-556.

Prescott, Sarah. ‘Gray’s Pale Spectre’: Evan Evans, Thomas Gray and the Rise of Welsh Bardic Nationalism. Modern Philology: Critical and Historical Studeis in Literature, Medieval Through Contemporary 104.1 (August 2006) 72-95. ISSN 00268232.

19th Century (incl. Romanticism)

Cass, Jeffrey. ‘The Race of the Cid’: Blood, Darkness and the Captivity Narrative in Felicia Heman’s The Siege of Valencia. European Romantic Review 17.3 (July 2006) 315-326. ISSN 10509583.

Forbes Aileen. Besieged Vision: The Siege of Valencia and Felicia Hemans’s Theatre of Sacrifice. Keats-Shelley Journal 55 (2006) 158-178. Reference number 2006:10423.

McElroy, Ruth. Circuiting Empire, Romancing Difference: Language, Imperialism, and Anglo-Indian and Anglo-Welsh Fictions. Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 11 (2006-2007) 1-31.

Osman, Sharifah. ‘Mightier than Death, Untamable by Fate’: Felicia Hemans’s Byronic Heroines and the Sorority of the Domestic Affections. Romanticism on the Net 43 (August 2006). ISSN 14771255.

20th Century

Brauner, David. Below at Your Elbow, Roth Breathing down Your Neck: Gender and Ethnicity in Novels by Bernice Rubens and Linda Grant. ‘In the Open’: Jewish Women Writers and British Culture. Claire M. Tylee (editor). Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2006. ISBN 9780874139334.

Brown, Tony. R. S. Thomas: Writers of Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2006. ISBN 0708318002.

Dafydd, Fflur. ‘This is I; there is nothing else’: R. S. Thomas and Hugh MacDiarmid. Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 11 (2006-2007) 102-121.

Daniels, Anthony. The enigmatic R. S. Thomas. New Criterion 24 (May 2006) 16-21.

Davis, William V. ‘Evidence of Things Not Seen’: R. S. Thomas’s Agnostic Faith. Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 11 (2006-2007) 122-146.

Davis, William V. Wallace Stevens and R. S. Thomas: influence sans anxiety. Wallace Stevens Journal 30.1 (2006) 86-97.

Davies, Rhian. Scarred Background: Nigel Heseltine (1916-1995), A Biographical Introduction and a Bibliography. Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 11 (2006-2007) 69-101.

Dentinger, H. W. Welsh Enough: The Reception of David Jones in Wales. PhD thesis, University of Wales [Aberystwyth], 2006. 56-15692.

Dix, Hywel Raymond. Raymond Williams, cultural materialism and the break-up of Britain. Ph.D thesis, University of Glamorgan, 2006.

Donahaye, Jasmine. ‘The Link of Common Aspirations’: Wales in the Work of Lily Tobias. ‘In the Open’: Jewish Women Writers and British Culture. Claire M. Tylee (editor). Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2006). ISBN 9780874139334.

Durant, Alan. Raymond Williams’s Keywords: investigating meanings ‘offered, felt for, tested, confirmed, asserted, qualified, changed’. Critical Quarterly 48.4 (December 2006) 1-26.

Fox, Paul. Eureka in yellow: the art of detection in Arthur Machen’s Keynote Mysteries. Clues 25.1 (2006) 58-69.

Gervais, David. Dostoyevsky and the English novel: Dickens, John Cowper Powys and D. H. Lawrence. Cambridge Quarterly 35.1 (2006) 49-71. ISSN 0008199X.

Gilbert, Ruth. The Frummer in the Attic: Rachel Lichtenstein and Iain Sinclair’s Rodinsky’s Room and Jewish Memory. International Fiction Review 33.1-2 (2006) 27-37. ISSN 03154149.

Hampson, Robert G. Spatial Stories: Conrad and Iain Sinclair. Conradian 31.1 (Spring 2006) 52-111.

Holmqvist, Ivo. Richard Hughes: an emendation. Notes and Queries 53.3 (2006) 356-357.

Jarvis, Matthew. Leslie Norris, In and Out of Place. Poetry Wales  42.4 (Autumn 2006) 35-39

Jones, Harri Pritchard. Kate Roberts. British and Irish Short-Fiction Writers, 1945-2000. Cheryl Malcolm and David Macolm (editors). Detroit: Thomson Gales, 2006. ISSN 10968547.

Keery, James. The Burning Baby and the bathwater: 1, ‘Black magic bubblings’; 2, ‘The second death’; 3, ‘Thomas’s malign influence’; 4, ‘Legislating for the millennium’; 5, ‘The new bible of Belsen’; 6, ‘Punch-drunk “romantic” scribblers’. PN Review 33.1 (September / October 2006) 56-62. (Explores and demythologises Thomas’s relationship with the New Apocalypse movement of the 1940s.)

Kim, TaeChul. ‘The Fact is, They Just Don’t Speak the Same Language’: Keywords, or Raymond Williams on Modernity. Journal of English Language and Literature / Yongo Yongmunhak 52.1 (2006) 31-57.

Jarvis, Matthew. Leslie Norris, In and Out of Place. Poetry Wales  42.4 (Autumn 2006) 35-39.

Knight, Stephen. The Role of Crime Fiction in Developing Postcolonial Consciousness. Postcolonial Postmortems: Crime Fiction from a Transcultural Perspective. Christine Matzke and Susanne Mühleisen (editors). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2006. ISBN 9042020148.

Marie-Leverrou, Florence. John Cowper Powys dans le contexte moderniste: le Hors-texte au coeur du texte. Etudes Britanniques Contemporaines: Revue de la Société d’Etudes Anglaises Contemporaines 30 (June 2006) 4-53. ISSN 11684917.

McGann, Jerome J. The grand heretics of modern fiction: Laura Riding, John Cowper Powys and the subjective correlative. Modernism / Modernity 13.2 (April 2006) 309-323.

McGann, Jerome J. The scholar’s art: literary studies in a managed world. Chicago and London: Chicago University Press, 2006.

Maurizio, Pala. City, country and theory: Londra in The Country and the City di Raymond Williams. Londra tra memoria letteraria e modernitá: dal seicento ai nostril giorni. Venice: Marsilio, 2006. ISBN 8831790455.

Meredith, Christopher. Double Acts and Distorting Mirrors: Melog. New Welsh Review 73 (Autumn 2006) 7-12. (On Christopher Meredith’s English translation of Mihangel Morgan’s Welsh-language novel Melog.)

Moffett, Joe. Anglo-Saxon and Welsh Origins in David Jones’s The Anathemata. The North American Journal of Welsh Studies 6.1-2 (Winter-Summer 2006) 1-18.

Morgan, Barry. Strangely Orthodox: R. S. Thomas and his Poetry of Faith. Llandysul: Gomer Press, 2006. ISBN 1843236826.

Price-Owen, Anne. From Medieval Manuscripts to Postmodern Hypertexts in the Art of David Jones. Writing and Seeing: Essays on Word and Image. Rui Carvalho Homem and Maria de Fátima Lambert (editors). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2006. ISBN 9789042016889.

Powell, Anne. War Poets Series: Alun Lewis: A Poet of Consequence. London: Cecil Woolf, 2006. ISBN 1897967888.

Pridmore, Joseph. ‘Vindicating the honour of Lancashire’: Textual Variation between Editions of James Hanley’s Boy. Textual Variations: The Impact of Textual Issues on Literary Studies. Rebecca Styler and Joseph Pridmore (editors). Leicester: Department of English, University of Leicester, 2006. ISBN 0953231941.

Prothero, J. W. Wordsworth’s influence on twentieth century Anglo-Welsh literature. Ph.D. thesis, University of Wales [Lampeter], 2006. 55-5406.

Rabey, David Ian. Ed Thomas: Jazz Pictures in the Gaps of Language. Companion to Modern British and Irish Drama, 1800-2005. Mary Luckhurst (editor). Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2006. ISBN 9781405122283.

Reinhardt, Jonathan Glenn. ‘I Sing Perfect Meter’: Bardic Voice in Dylan Thomas’s Under Milkwood and the Arthurian Poems of Charles Williams. Philological Review 32.2 (Fall 2006) 25-60.

Roberts, Harri. The Body and the Book: Caradoc Evans’s My People. Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 11 (2006-2007) 32-50.

Rogers, Byron. The Man Who Went into the West: The Life of R. S. Thomas. London: Aurum, 2006. ISBN 1845131460.

Russello, Gerald J. David Jones and the sacrament of art. New Criterion 25.3 (November 2006) 33-36.

Sung, Lee Ye. A Study on Dylan Thomas’s Challenging Death. Unitas: A Quarterly for the Arts and Sciences 79.1 (March 2006). ISSN 00417149.

Thomas, M. Wynn. ‘A Grand Harlequinade’: The Border Writing of Nigel Heseltine. Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 11 (2006-2007) 51-68.

Walford Davies, Damian. ‘In the Path of Blake’: Dylan Thomas’s Alterwise by Owl-Light. The Monstrous Debt: Modalities of Romantic Influence in Twentieth-Century Literature. Damian Walford Davies and Richard Margraff Turley (editors). Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2006. ISBN 0814330584.

Walker, Eric C. The long revolution of Raymond Williams: culture and society fifty years on. Wordsworth Circle 37.2 (Spring 2006) 60-63.

21st Century

Archard, Cary. Surface Tensions: A Profile of Paul Burston. New Welsh Review 74 (Winter 2006) 19-25.

Armitt, Lucie and Sarah Gamble. The Haunted Geometries of Sarah Waters’s Afinity. Textual Practice 20.1 (March 2006) 141-170. ISSN 0950236X.

Atkins, Will. The Dulling of Ploughshares. New Welsh Review 73 (Autumn 2006) 20-25. (On the fiction of Jasper Fforde and Malcolm Pryce.)

Caroll, Rachel. Rethinking Generational History: Queer Histories of Sexuality in Neo-Voctorian Feminist Fiction. Studies in the Literary Imagination 39.2 (Fall 2006) 135-147. ISSN 00393819.

Clarke, Gillian. The Cardiff Side. New Welsh Review 72 (Summer 2006) 60-65.

Costantini, Mariaconcetta. ‘Faux-Victorian Melodrama’ in the New Millenium: The Case of Sarah Waters. Critical Survey 18.1 (2006) 17-39. ISSN 00111570.

Gabbitas, Jacqueline. Silence under all: Jeremy Hooker interviewed by Jacqueline Gabbitas. Planet: The Welsh Internationalist 177 (2006) 57-64.

Jarvis, Matthew. Christine Evans’s Bardsey: Creating Sacred Space. Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 11 (2006-2007) 188-209.

Letissier, Georges. Le Texte Victorien à l’âge postmoderne: Jouvence ou senescence? Fingersmith de Sarah Waters et le mélodrame victorien. Cashiers Victoriens et Edouardiens: Revue du Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Victoriennes et Edourdinnes de I’Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier 63 (2006) 277-293. ISSN 02205610.

Wormald, Mark. Prior Knowledge: Sarah Waters’s and the Victorians. British Fiction Today. Philip Tew and Rod Mengham (editors). London: Continuum, 2006. ISBN 9780826487322.

Other

Adams, Sam. Seren at twenty-five. PN Review 32.5 (May / June 2006) 6-8.

Adams, Sam. Letter from Wales. PN Review 32.4 (March /April 2006) 6-8. ISSN 01447076. (On Welsh cultural anniversaries in 2005.)

Adams, Sam. Letter from Wales. PN Review 32.4 (November / December 2006) 6-7. ISSN 01447076.

Barnie, John. Touch the Snake. New Welsh Review 74 (Winter 2006) 19-25. (An article on eco-criticism, which includes R. S. Thomas.)

Rogers, Byron. The Man Who Went into the West: The Life of R. S. Thomas. London: Aurum, 2006. ISBN 1845131460. Review: Brownjohn, Alan. Times Literary Supplement (22 September 2006) 33.

Davidson, Ian. Language and Love Too. Poetry Wales  41.4 (Spring 2006) 18-21. (On the connections and tensions between poetry in Welsh and English in Wales.)

Davidson, Ian. Language and Love: Three. Poetry Wales  42.1 (Summer 2006) 45-49. (Compares the different language usages in Frank O’ Hara’s poems with Welsh poetry.)

Davies, Walford. Introduction. Art: Freedom of Duty. Planet: The Welsh Internationalist 180 (December / January 2006-7) 55-65. (A previously unpublished lecture by Raymond Williams.)

Drabble, Margaret. The English Degenerate. The Guardian (12 August 2006.) [on John Cowper Powys]

Rogers, Byron. The Man Who Went into the West: The Life of R. S. Thomas. London: Aurum, 2006. ISBN 1845131460. Review: Ellis, Tom. The Man and the Poet. Planet: The Welsh Internationalist 179 (October / November 2006) 94-96.

Entwistle, Alice. Now you see her? New Welsh Review 74 (Winter 2006) 32-38. (Review-article on Deryn Rees-Jones (ed.), Modern Women Poets.)

Finch, Peter. All must have prizes? New Welsh Review 72 (Summer 2006) 15-20. (On the literary prize in Wales.)

Rogers, Byron. The Man Who Went into the West: The Life of R. S. Thomas. London: Aurum, 2006. ISBN 1845131460. Review: Finlayson, Iain. Times (8 July 2006).

Rogers, Byron. The Man Who Went into the West: The Life of R. S. Thomas. London: Aurum, 2006. ISBN 1845131460. Review: Fox, Killian. The true prince of Wales. Observer (25 June 2006).

Rogers, Byron. The Man Who Went into the West: The Life of R. S. Thomas. London: Aurum, 2006. ISBN 1845131460. Review: Howse, Christopher. Sacred Mysteries: The darkness between stars. Telegraph (15 July 2006).

Jarvis, Matthew. Lynette Roberts, Collected Poems, edited by Patrick McGuinness. Poetry Wales 42.1 (Summer 2006) 35-38. (Review-article.)

Jones, Lloyd. Mr Vogel. New Welsh Review 73 (Autumn 2006) 13-19.

Lewis, Gwyneth. Caught Between Two Cultures. The Guardian (18 November 2006).

Rogers, Byron. The Man Who Went into the West: The Life of R. S. Thomas. London: Aurum, 2006. ISBN 1845131460. Review: Jury, Louise and Arifar Akbar. Who put the ‘S’ in R. S. Thomas? The poet himself. Independent (8 July 2006).

Rogers, Byron. The Man Who Went into the West: The Life of R. S. Thomas. London: Aurum, 2006. ISBN 1845131460. Review: Knight, Stephen. The poet least likely to have a holiday home. Independent on Sunday (30 July 2006).

Rogers, Byron. The Man Who Went into the West: The Life of R. S. Thomas. London: Aurum, 2006. ISBN 1845131460. Review: Motion, Andrew. Savage but serene. Guardian (8 July 2006).

Osmond, John. Unblocking the Track. Planet: The Welsh Internationalist 175 (February / March 2006) 82-88. (On the Welsh union of writers 1982-2005.)

Perrin, Jim. Land and Freedom. New Welsh Review 74 (Winter 2006) 8-18. (On the land as ‘cultural entity’ in Wales.)

Rogers, Byron. I Remember Him Well. Planet: The Welsh Internationalist 179 (October / November 2006) 66-79.

Morgan, Barry. Strangely Orthodox: R. S. Thomas and his Poetry of Faith. Llandysul: Gomer Press, 2006. ISBN 1843236826. Review: Poole, Richard. Signposts? Planet: The Welsh Internationalist 178 (August / September 2006) 96-97.Sheers, Owen. Border Crossing. Guardian (25 March 2006) 22.

Skoulding, Zoë. Lynette Roberts, Collected Poems, edited by Patrick McGuinness. Poetry Wales 41.4 (Spring 2006) 5-7. (Review-article.)

Brown, Tony. R. S. Thomas: Writers of Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2006. ISBN 0708318002. Review: Thomas, M. Wynn. New Welsh Review 73 (Autumn 2006) 85-86.

Thomas, M. Wynn. Vernon Watkins and the Nostalgia of Literature. PN Review 33.2 (November/December 2006) 50-54. ISSN 01447076.

Tonkin, Boyd. Dylan Thomas and the Kardomah set. Independent (11 February 2006) 20-21.

Williams, Daniel G. Back to a National Future?: Postcolonialism and Wales. Planet: The Welsh Internationalist 176 (April / May 2006) 78-85. (Review-article of Jane Aaron and Chris Willliams (eds.), Postcolonial Wales.)

Williams. Daniel G. Ethnicity and Cultural Authority: From Matthew Arnold to W. E. B. Du Bois. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2006. ISBN 0748622055.

Rogers, Byron. The Man Who Went into the West: The Life of R. S. Thomas. London: Aurum, 2006. ISBN 1845131460. Review: Williams, Rowan. A voice in the wilderness. Sunday Times (13 August 2006).

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