2010

Pre-18th Century Texts

Baker, David J. ‘Glyn Dwr, Glendouer, Glendourdy and Glendower’ in Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010, ed. Willy Maley and Philip Schwyzer, pp. 43-58.

Bollard, John K. Legend and Landscape of Wales: Tales of Arthur. Llandysul: Gwasg Gomer, 2010. ISBN 9781848511125.

Breeze, Andrew. The Origins of the Four Branches of the Mabinogi. Leominster: Gracewing, 2010. ISBN  9780852445532.

Chandler, John. ‘The Country Parson’s Flock: George Herbert’s Wiltshire Parish’. George Herbert’s Pastorals: New Essays on the Poet and Priest of Bemerton. Christopher Hodgkins (editor) Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2010. pp. 158-172. ISBN 978-1611493344.

Chedgzoy, Kate. ‘Shakespeare’s Welsh Grandmother’ in Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010, ed. Willy Maley and Philip Schwyzer, pp. 7-20.

Cruickshank, Frances. Verse and Poetics in George Herbert and John Donne. Burlington: Ashgate, 2010. ISBN 978-1409404804

Cull, Marisa R. ‘Contextualising 1610: Cymbeline, The Valiant Welshman and The Prince of Wales’ in Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010, ed. Willy Maley and Philip Schwyzer, pp. 127-142.

Doelman, James. ‘Herbert’s Couplet’. Times Literary Supplement (February 19, 2010) 15.

Doerksen, Daniel W. ‘Bearing The Cross: The Christian’s Response to Suffering in Herbert’s The Temple’. Through a Glass Darkly: Suffering, the Sacred, and the Sublime in Literature and Theory. Holly Faith Nelson, Lynn R Szabo and Jens Zimmermann (editors). Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2010. pp. 97-110. ISBN 9781554582068.

Doerksen, Daniel W. ‘George Herbert, Calvinism and Reading “Mattens”’, Christianity and Literature 59/3 (Spring, 2010) 437-451. ISSN 01483331.

Gottlieb, Sidney. ‘Under Salisbury Spire with the Fictional George Herbert’. George Herbert’s Pastorals: New Essays on the Poet and Preist of Bemerton. Christopher Hodgkins (editor) Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2010. pp. 255-272. ISBN 978-1611493344.

Gramich, Katie. ‘Afterword: Translating Shakespeare’ in Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010, ed. Willy Maley and Philip Schwyzer,pp. 211-220.

Griffiths, Huw. ‘“O, I am ignorance itself in this!”: Listening to Welsh in Shakespeare and Armin’ in Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010, ed. Willy Maley and Philip Schwyzer, pp. 111-126.

Guite, Malcolm, ‘A Second Glance: Transfigured Vision in the Poems of John Donne and George Herbert’ in Faith, Hope, and Poetry: Theology and the Poetic Imagination. London: Ashgate, 2010. pp. 103-124. ISBN 9780754669067

Guite, Malcolm, ‘Holy Light and Human Blindness: Visions of the Invisible in the Poetry of Henry Vaughan and John Milton’ in Faith, Hope, and Poetry: Theology and the Poetic Imagination. London: Ashgate, 2010. pp. 125-144. ISBN 9780754669067.

Hill, Christopher A. ‘George Herbert’s Sweet Devotion’. Studies in Philology 107/2 (Spring 2010) 236-258. ISSN 00393738.

Hopkins, Lisa. ‘Cymbeline, the translatio imperii and the matter of Britain’ in Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010, ed. Willy Maley and Philip Schwyzer, pp. 143-156.

Hodgkins, Christopher (editor). George Herbert’s Pastorals: New Essays on the Poet and Priest of Bemerton. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2010. ISBN 978-1611493344.

Ivic, Christopher. ‘“Bastard Normans, Norman bastards”: Anomalous Identities in The Life of Henry the Fift’ in Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010, ed. Willy Maley and Philip Schwyzer, pp. 75-90.

Jasper, David. ‘ “Something Understood”: From Poetry to Theology in the Writings of George Herbert’. George Herbert’s Pastorals: New Essays on the Poet and Preist of Bemerton. Christopher Hodgkins (editor) Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2010. pp. 273-287. ISBN 978-1611493344.

King, Andrew. ‘“Howso’er ‘tis strange…Yet is it true”: The British History, Fiction and Performance in Cymbeline’ in Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010, ed. Willy Maley and Philip Schwyzer, pp. 157-176.

Knight, Stephen. Celticity and Christianity in medieval romance. Christianity and Romance in Medieval England Rosalind Field, Phillipa Hardman and Michelle Sweeny (editors). Suffolk: D. S. Brewer, 2010. pp. 26-44. ISBN 978-1843842194

Lloyd, Megan. ‘Rhymer, Minstrel Lady Mortimer and the Power of Welsh Words’ in Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010, ed. Willy Maley and Philip Schwyzer, pp. 59-74.

Maley, Willy and Philip Schwyzer (editors). Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010. ISBN 9780754662792.

Malone, Patricia Ann. ‘Entirely Outside the World’: Rhetoric, Legitimacy and Identity in the Biography of Gruffudd ap Cynan. Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 70/1 2606-2507. ISSN 0419-4209.

Martin, Anthony. ‘ “To Do a Piece of Right”: Edmund Duncan and the Publication of George Herbert’. George Herbert’s Pastorals: New Essays on the Poet and Priest of Bemerton. Christopher Hodgkins (editor) Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2010. pp. 181-194. ISBN 978-1611493344.

Miller-Blaise, Anne-Marie. Le verbe fait image: iconoclasmes, écriture figurée et théologie de l’incarnation chez les poètes métaphysiques, le cas de George Herbert. Paris: Sorbonne Nouvelle, 2010. ISBN 9782878544954.

Peterson, Richard S. ‘The Perennial Herbert’. John Donne Journal 29 (2010) 175-9.

Post, Jonathan F. S. Review of George Herbert’s Pastoral: New Essays on the Poet and Priest of Bemerton. John Donne Journal 29 (2010) 235-8. Reference Number 2010:R321060.

Ralph, Laura. ‘ “Why are we by all creatures waited on?”: situating John Donne and George Herbert in Early Modern Ecological Discourse’. Early English Studies 3 (2010). Sequence Number 2011-1-2384.

Ray, Robert. Recent Studies in George Herbert (1987 – 2007). English Literary Renaissance 40/3 (Autumn 2010). 458-480. ISSN 00138312.

Roberts, Sara-Elin. Review of Megan Lloyd’s ‘Speak it in Welsh’: Wales and the Welsh Language in ShakespeareSixteenth-Century Journal 41:1 (2010) 301-2. Reference Number 2011:R330558.

Schwyzer, Philip. ‘Thirteen Ways of Looking Like A Welshman: Shakespeare and His Contemporaries’ in Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010, ed. Willy Maley and Philip Schwyzer, pp. 21-42.

Sims-Williams, Patrick. Irish Influence on Medieval Welsh Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. ISBN 978-0199588657.

Tudeau-Clayton, Margaret. ‘Shakespeare’s “Welch Men” and the ‘King’s English’ in Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010, ed. Willy Maley and Philip Schwyzer, pp. 91-110.

Wilcox, Helen. ‘ “Hallow’d Fire” or When is a Poet not a Priest?’. George Herbert’s Pastorals: New Essays on the Poet and Preist of Bemerton. Christopher Hodgkins (editor) Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2010. pp. 91-109. ISBN 978-1611493344.

Wilson, Richard. ‘Cackling Home To Camelot: Shakespeare’s Welsh Roots’ in Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010, ed. Willy Maley and Philip Schwyzer, pp. 191-210.

18th Century Texts

Jones, Ffion Mair. Iolo Morganwg and the Romantic Tradition in Wales: The Bard is a Very Singular Character. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2010. ISBN 9780708321959.

Prescott, Sarah. ‘Anglophone Welsh Women’s Poetry 1750-1784: Jane Cave and Anne Penny’ in The History of British Women’s Writing 1750-1830. Jacqueline M Labbé (editor). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. pp. 102-124. ISBN 9780230550711.

Wright, Julia M., Review of Sarah Prescott’s Eighteenth-Century Writing from Wales: Bards and BritonsEighteenth Century Fiction 22/3 (2010) 558-560. Reference Number 2010:R321280.

19th Century Texts (incl. Romanticism)

Cass, Jeffrey. ‘Fighting over the Woman’s Body: Representations of Spain and the Staging of Gender’ in Romanticism and the Anglo-Hispanic Imaginary. Joselyn M Almeida (editor). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010. pp. 233-248. ISBN 9042030321.

Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. ‘Byron, Wordsworth and Hemans’ Modern Greece’. Explicator 68/3 (July – September 2010) 172-3. ISSN 00144940.

Matz, Lauren P. ‘Felicia Heman’s Boy on the Burning Deck: Sentimental or Subversive?’ Cithara 50/1 (2010) 26-31. ISSN 00097527.

Nichols, Anne. ‘Glorification of the lowly in Felicia Hemans’ sonnets’. Female Characters of Scriptures. Victorian Poetry 48/4 (2010) 559-75. ISSN 00425206.

Pittock, Murray. ‘Scottish, Irish and Welsh Romanticism’ in Teaching Romanticism. David Higgins and Sharon Ruston (editors). Basingstoke: Macmillan, 2010. pp. 38-48. ISBN 9780230550711.

Sweet, Nanora. ‘The Forrest Sanctuary: The Anglo-Hispanic Uncanny in Felicia Hemans and José Maria Blanco White’. Romanticism and the Anglo-Hispanic Imaginary. Joselyn M Almeida (editor). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010. pp. 159-182. ISBN 9042030321.

20th Century Texts

Aaron, Jane. ‘Twentieth-century and contemporary Welsh gothic fiction’. Literature Compass 7/4 (2010) 281-9. Reference Number 2010:11414.

Aaron, Jane. ‘Taking Sides: Power Play on the Welsh Border in Early Twentieth-Century Women’s Writing’ in Gendering Border Studies: Gender Studies in Wales edited by Jane Aaron, Henrice Altink, and Chris Weedon. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2010. pp. 127-141. ISBN 9780708321706.

Adams, Sam. Letter from Wales. PN Review 36/6 (July/August 2010) 6-8. ISSN 01447076. (Reflects on the life and works of Arthur Machen)

Archard, Cary (editor). Dannie Abse: A Sourcebook. Bridgend: Seren Books, 2010. ISBN 9781854115072.

Ballin, Malcolm. ‘Country Dance (1932) by Margiad Evans: Text, Paratext and Context’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English, ed. Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989, pp. 57-80.

Boyiopoulos, Kostas. ‘ “Esoteric elements”: the Judeo-Christian scheme in Arthur Machen’s The Great God Pan’. Neophilologus 94/2 (2010) 363-74. ISSN 00282677.

Broughton, Sarah. ‘Penelope Mortimer: A forgotten Brilliance’. New Welsh Review 88 (Summer, 2010) 34-41. ISSN 0954-2116.

Brown, Tony. ‘Narrating Marginality: Dorothy Edwards’s Rhapsody (1927)’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in Englished, ed. Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989, pp. 35-56.

Caleb, Amanda Mordavsky. ‘ “A City of Nightmares”: Suburban Anxiety in Arthur Machen’s London Gothic’. London Gothic. Lawrence Phillips and Anne Witchard (editors). New York: Continuum, 2010. pp. 41-49. ISBN 9781441106827.

Collins, Michael J. ‘Leslie Norris, Poet of Wales’ Literature and Belief Special Double Issue on Leslie Norris, vols. 29 and 30.1 (2009-10) pp. 177-190.

Connolly, Claire and Angela V. John, Introduction to new edition of You’re Welcome to Ulster (Dinas Powys: Honno Classics, 2010. ISBN 9781906784195 pp. vii-xxiv.

Cullmann, Magdalena. ‘A Hundred Years After: The View From The Train as a Glimpse into a Last Idyll in Edward Thomas’ ‘Adlestrop’ (1917)’ in Discourses of Mobility – Mobility of Discourse: The Conceptualization of Trains, Cars and Planes in 19th and 20th Century Poetry. Peter Wenzel and Sven Strasen (editors). Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2010. pp. 71-77. ISBN 9783868212570.

Deininger, Michelle. ‘“It Was Forbidden, Strictly Forbidden”: Contesting Taboo in Bernice Rubens’s I Sent a Letter to My Love (1975)’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in Englished, ed. Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989, pp. 289-309.

Dix, Hywel. ‘“To Speak in New Ways”: Class and Poetry in Wales since 1979’ in Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1997 – 2005. Bridgend: Seren, 2010, pp. 201-225.

Donahaye, Jasmine. ‘Identification, Rejection and Cultural Co-option in Welsh Poetry in English’ in Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1997 – 2005. Bridgend: Seren, 2010, pp. 226-246.

Edwards, Justin D. ‘Imaginary Hinterlands’: Travel and Displacement in the Writings of Denis Williams and Charlotte Williams’. Comparative American Studies: An International Journal 8/2 (June 2010) 155-164. ISSN 14775700.

Freeman, Nicholas. ‘Arthur Machen: ecstasy and epiphany’. Literature and Theology 24/3 (2010) 242-55. ISSN 02691205.

Furber, Jo. ‘“Wonderful what will come out of darkness”: Gender and Nationhood in the Work of Welsh and Irish Women Poets’ by Jo Furber in Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1997 – 2005. Bridgend: Seren, 2010, pp. 137-162.

Gill, Patrick. ‘The uneasy domesticity of Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood’ in Constructions of home: interdisciplinary studies in architecture, law and literature. Klaus Stierstorfer (editor). New York: AMS Press, 2010. 303-13. ISBN 1058-2398.

Goodby, John. ‘ “Deflected forces of currents”: Welsh modernist poetry’. Poetry Wales 46/1 (Summer, 2010) 50-53. ISSN 03322202.

Gramich, Katie (editor). Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989.

Gramich, Katie. ‘Those Blue Remembered Hills: Twentieth-Century Welsh Border Writing by Men’ in Gendering Border Studies: Gender Studies in Wales edited by Jane Aaron, Henrice Altink, and Chris Weedon. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2010. pp. 142-162. ISBN 9780708321706.

Gramich, Katie. ‘Journal in Ireland’. New Welsh Review 89 (Autumn 2010) 61-70. ISSN. 0954-2116 (A discussion of Margiad Evans’s unpublished Journal in Ireland).

Gramich, Katie. ‘Lost Boys, Lost Language: Leslie Norris and Welsh Bardic Traditions’ Literature and Belief Special Double Issue on Leslie Norris, vols. 29 and 30.1 (2009-10) pp. 49-64.

Grierson, Sirpa. ‘With a Gentle but perceptive Eye: Leslie Norris, A Chronology’ Literature and Belief Special Double Issue on Leslie Norris, vols. 29 and 30.1 (2009-10) pp. 1-10.

Griffiths, Niall. ‘Exiles’. New Welsh Review 89 (Autumn, 2010) 8-13. ISSN 0954-2116. (Niall Griffiths considers the importance of homecomings in writing, including his own).

Hallam, Tudur. ‘When a Bardd meets a Poet: Menna Elfyn and the Displacement of Parallel Facing Texts’ in Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1997 – 2005. Bridgend: Seren, 2010, pp. 89-111.

Hendon, Steve. ‘“Everything is Fluid in Me”: A Postcolonial Approach to Alun Lewis’s In The Green Tree (1948)’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English. ed. Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989, pp. 131-162.

Jarvis, Matthew.  ‘In and Beyond the City: The Places of Dannie Abse’s Ash on a Young Man’s Sleeve (1954)’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English, ed. Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989, pp. 163-184.

Jarvis, Matthew, ‘Repositioning Wales: Poetry after the Second Flowering’ in Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1997 – 2005. Bridgend: Seren, 2010, pp. 21-59.

Jarvis, Matthew. ‘Textual Variants in the Poetry of Leslie Norris’ Literature and Belief Special Double Issue on Leslie Norris, vols. 29 and 30.1 (2009-10) pp. 143-154.

Jones, Nicholas. ‘“Marching Backwards”: Nationalism, Tradition, and Ambivalence in the Poetry of Harri Webb’ in Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1997 – 2005. Bridgend: Seren, 2010, pp. 60-88.

Koolen, Mandy. ‘Historical Fiction and the Revaluing of Historical Continuity in Sarah Waters’ Tipping The Velvet’. Contemporary Literature 51/2 (Summer 2010) 371-397. ISSN 00107484.

Knight, Stephen. ‘“On Stony Ground”: Rhys Davies’s The Withered Root (1927)’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English, ed. Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989,  pp. 11-34.

Lloyd, David, ‘Against “Journalese”: Form and Style in Brenda Chamberlain’s A Rope of Vines (1965)’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English, ed. Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989, pp. 245-270.

Lloyd, David. ‘Leslie Norris and the Extinction of Place’ Literature and Belief Special Double Issue on Leslie Norris, vols. 29 and 30.1 (2009-10) pp. 229-236.

McNeillie, Andrew. ‘Sleeping Lord: Reading David Jones’. New Welsh Review 87 (Spring, 2010) pp. ISSN 0954-2116. (Review article on Reading David Jones by Thomas Dilworth, published by University of Wales Press in 2008)

Milner, Andrew (editor). Tenses of imagination: Raymond Williams on science fiction, utopia and dystopia. New York: Lang, 2010. ISBN 978-3039118267.

Morse, Sarah. ‘“Maimed Individuals”: The Significance of the Body in So Long, Hector Bebb (1970)’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English. ed. Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989,  pp. 271-288.

Owen, Tomos. London-Welsh writing 1890-1915 : Ernest Rhys, Arthur Machen, W.H. Davies, and Caradoc Evans. PhD thesis, Cardiff University, 2010.

Pack, Gene. ‘An Interview with Leslie Norris’ Literature and Belief Special Double Issue on Leslie Norris, vols. 29 and 30.1 (2009-10) pp. 285-302.

Peach, Linden. ‘Disturbance and Insight: Glyn Jones and Leslie Norris’ Short Fiction’. Literature and Belief 29/30 (2009/2010) 115-29. ISSN 07321929.

Prothero, James W. ‘A Conversation with Leslie Norris’ Literature and Belief Special Double Issue on Leslie Norris, vols. 29 and 30.1 (2009-10) pp. 209-228.

Rothkirch, Alyce von. ‘Liberty and the Party Line: ‘Novelising’ Working-class History in Lewis Jones’s Cwmardy and We Live (1937 and 1939)’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English. ed. Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989,  pp.81-102.

Savill, Sheila. ‘Light from Dusty Papers: R. S. Thomas’. PN Review 37/2 (November/December, 2010) 9. ISSN 01447076.

Scafe, Suzanne. ‘ “Let me tell you how it really was”: Authority, Legitimacy and Five Structures of Reality in Contemporary Black Women’s Autobiography’. Changing English: An International Journal of English Teaching. 17/2 (June 2010) 129-139. ISSN 1358684X. (Features analysis of Charlotte Williams’s Sugar and Slate)

Seidl, Monika, Roman Horak, and Lawrence Grossberg (editors). About Raymond Williams. London: Routledge, 2010. ISBN 978-0415545808.

St. Pierre, Paul Matthew. ‘Leslie Thomas’. Twentieth-Century British Humorists. Paul Matthew St. Pierre (editor). Detroit: Gale, 2010. pp. 243-250. ISBN 9780787681708.

Szabo, Daniel. ‘R. S. Thomas: poet of the threshold’. Intimate exposure: essays on the public-private divide in British poetry since 1950. Emily Taylor Merriman and Adrian Grafe (editors). London: McFarland, 2010. pp. 54-66. ISBN 978-0786442218.

Thomas, M. Wynn. In the Shadow of the Pulpit: Literature and Nonconformist Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2010. ISBN 0708322255.

Thomas, M. Wynn. ‘“A Huge Assembling of Unease”: Readings in A Man’s Estate (1955)’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English, ed. Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989, pp. 185-216.

Thomas, M. Wynn. ‘“Dubious Affinities”: Leslie Norris’s Welsh-English Translations’ Literature and Belief Special Double Issue on Leslie Norris, vols. 29 and 30.1 (2009-10) pp. 257-284.

Valentine, Mark. ‘The Strange and the Sublime’. New Welsh Review 90 (Winter, 2010) 9-24. ISSN 0954-2116. (Article on the reissue of classic Arthur Machen works)

Wainwright, Laura. New territories in modernism: Anglophone Welsh writing, 1930-1949. PhD thesis, Cardiff University, 2010.

Wainwright, Laura. ‘“A Hell of a Howl”: Gwyn Thomas’s The Dark Philosophers (1946) and “the Language of the Cry” ’ in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English. ed. Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989,  pp. 103-130.

Wargen, Joanna. ‘All Eyes are on the City: Arthur Machen’s Ethnographic Vision of London’. Literary London: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Representation of London 8/1 (March, 2010). ISSN 17440807.

Westover, Daniel and Jesse S. Crisler, editors. Literature and Belief Special Double Issue on Leslie Norris, vols. 29 and 30.1 (2009-10) ISBN 0939555166.

Westover, Daniel. ‘“These Are My Ghosts”: Leslie Norris and the Dead of Winter’ Literature and Belief Special Double Issue on Leslie Norris, vols. 29 and 30.1 (2009-10) pp. 239-256.

Williams, Chris. ‘Mountains and History in the Novels of Raymond Williams’. Mountains Figured and Disfigured in the English Speaking World. Françoise Besson (editor). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars (2010). pp. 581-592. ISBN 9781443818582.

Williams, Daniel G. ‘“American Freaks”: Welsh Poets and the United States’ in Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1997 – 2005. Bridgend: Seren, 2010, pp. 163-200.

Williams, Daniel G., ‘Assimilation through Self-Assertion: Aspects of African American and Welsh Thought in the Nineteenth Century’. Comparative American Studies: An International Journal, 8(2), 2010, pp. 107-125.

Williams, Daniel G. (editor). Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1997 – 2005. Bridgend: Seren, 2010. ISBN 9781854114624.

Williams, Daniel G., ‘Introduction’ in Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1997 – 2005. Bridgend: Seren, 2010, pp. 7-20.

Williams, Daniel G., ‘“Writing Against the Grain”: Raymond Williams’s Border Country (1960) and the Defence of Realism’  in Mapping the Territory: Critical Approaches to Welsh Fiction in English. ed. Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010. ISBN 9781905762989, pp. 217-244.

Williams, Nerys. ‘Peter Finch: Recycling the Avant-Garde in a Welsh Wordscape’ in Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1997 – 2005. Bridgend: Seren, 2010, pp. 112-136.

Williams, Nerys. ‘Chronicling the half-life of poetry: on the longer poems of Robert Minhinnick, Gwyneth Lewis and John James’. Poetry Wales 45/3 (Winter 2009/10) 43-50. ISSN 03322202.

Wisniewski, Tomasz. ‘Rhythm, composition, syntax and semantics in R. S. Thomas’ No, Kneeling and Via Negativa’. Etudes Britanniques Contemporaines 39 (2010) 81 – 92. ISSN 11684917.

 

21st Century Texts

Jones, Russell Celyn. Adaptation. New Welsh Review 88 (Summer, 2010) 9-14. ISSN 0954-2116. (Reflection on reworking The Mabinogion).

Other

Chatwin, Jonathan. ‘Those Blue Remembered Hills’: A Nomad’s Home in Wales. Studies in Travel Writing 14/3 (September 2010) 271-284. ISSN 13645145.

Minhinnick, Robert. ‘A Cancerous Culture: The ‘Litbiz’’. Planet 200 (Autumn, 2010) 50-55. ISSN 0048-4288.

Redmond, John. ‘Slanderous Tongues: a new study of Welsh poetry in English’. New Welsh Review 89 (Autumn, 2010) 41-47. ISSN 0954-2116. (Review of Slanderous Tongues: Essays on Welsh Poetry in English 1997 – 2005 published by Seren in 2010)

Trahair, Emily. ‘The Welsh Extremist Revisited: A Culture in Crisis’. Planet 200 (Autumn, 2010) 88-99. ISSN 0048-4288. (Emily Trahair reflects on Ned Thomas’s The Welsh Extremist (1971) and its impact on Welsh culture).

If this bibliography is incomplete, please send bibliographical references to the editor.

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