author name G-K (2000-today)

Menna Gallie

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

Alan Garner

  • Wood, Naomi. The Cultural Geography of Fantasy Britain. Children’s Literature: Annual of the Modern Language Association Division on Children’s Literature and the Children’s Literature Association 36 (2008) 251-256 ISSN 00928208 (Review-article of Charles Butler’s study of Susan Cooper, Alan Garner, Penelope Lively and Diana Wynne Jones.)

Ian Gregson

  • Hill, Greg. So What’s New? Planet 187 (February/March 2008) 60-64. ISSN 0048-4288. (Review-article of Ian Gregson’s study of Welsh writing in English, The New Poetry in Wales.)
  • McGuiness, Patrick. Creative Disturbance. Planet 190 (August/September 2008) 39-45. ISSN 0048-4288. (Interview.)

Llewelyn Wyn Griffith

  • Hooker, Jeremy. Haunted Landscapes: War in the Writings of Llewelyn Wyn Griffith, Robert Graves, Wilfred Owen and Edward Thomas. Wales at War: Critical Essays on Literature and Art. Tony Curtis (editor). Bridgend. Seren, 2007.

Niall Griffiths

  • Keyes, Jarrad. ‘Archaeologies of the Future?’: Niall Griffiths – Pathways of the Urban. The Idea of the City: Early-Modern, Modern and Post-Modern Locations and Communities. Joan Fitzpatrick (editor). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2009. pp. 133-143. ISBN 9781443801461.
  • Peddie, Ian. Warmth and Light and Sky: Niall Griffiths in Conversation. Critical Survey 20:3 (September 2008) 119-127. ISSN 0011-1570.
  • Williams, Jeni. Stories to Make the Grown-Ups Scream. New Welsh Review 78 (Winter 2007) 8-14. ISSN 09542116. (On depictions of childhood in literature and cinema, with particular reference to Eluned Lewis’s Dew on the Grass and Niall Griffiths’s Runt.)

Dafydd ap Gwilym

  • Johnston, Dafydd. Semantic Ambiguity in Dafydd ap Gwilym’s ‘Trafferth mewn Tafarn’. Cambrian Medieval Studies 56 (Winter 2008) 59-74. ISSN 1353-0089.

James Hanley

  • Barrett, Gerard. James Hanley and the Colours of War. British Fiction after Modernism: The Novel at Mid-Century. Marina Mackay and Lyndsey Stonebridge (editors). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. ISBN 9781403986429.
  • 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.

Graham Hartill

  • Adams, Sam. Letter from Wales. PN Review 35/4 (March/April 2009) 8-10. ISSN 01447076. (Considers the achievements of Meic Stephens and Tony Conran, and discusses work by Robert Minhinnick and Graham Hartill).

Felicia Hemans

  • Beshero‐Bondar, Elisa. “Mitford vs. Hemans: Resisting the “Omnipotence of Words” in Dramatic Romance and Romantic Drama.” Literature Compass 10.5 (2013): 407-420.
  • Boutin, Aimée. Transnational Migrations: Reading Amable Tastu with Felicia Hemans. Romance Studies 26:3 (July 2008) 210-220. ISSN 0263-9904.
  • Bridges, Meilee D., “‘Thou Thing of Years Departed’: (En)Gendering Posthumous Sublimity in Felicia Heman’s ‘The Image in Lava'”, Women’s Studies, 40: 4, 2011, pp. 429-447.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Comet, Noah. Felicia Hemans and the ‘Exquisite Remains’ of Modern Greece. Keats-Shelley Journal: Keats, Shelley, Byron, Hunt, and Their Circles 58 (2009) 96-113. ISSN 04534387.
  • Cronin, Richard. Felicia Hemans, Letitia Landon and ‘Lady’s Rule’. Romantic Women Poets: Genre and Gender. Lillia Maria Crisafulli and Cecilia Pietropoli (editors). Amsterdam. Rodopi, 2007. ISSN 9789042022478.
  • Dabundo, Laura. Wales and the Romantic Imagination/ Claiming Cambria: Invoking the Welsh in the Romantic Era. Wordsworth Circle 40/4 (Autumn 2009) 173-174. ISSN 00438006.
  • Diego, Saglia. ‘A Deeper and Richer Music’: The Poetics of Sound and Voice in Felicia Heman’s 1820s Poetry. ELH: Journal of English Literary History 74.2 (Summer 2007) 351-370. ISSN 00138304.
  • Easterlin, Nancy, “Aesthetics and Ideology in Felicia Hemans’s The Forest Sanctuary: A Biocultural Perspective“, Style, 46, 3 & 4, 2012, pp. 461-478.
  • Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning. ‘Byron, Wordsworth and Hemans’ Modern Greece’. Explicator 68/3 (July – September 2010) 172-3. ISSN 00144940.
  • Esterhammer, Angela. Translating the Elgin Marbles: Byron, Hemans, Keats. Wordsworth Circle 40/1 (Winter 2009) 29-36. ISSN 00438006.
  • Farahani, Maryam, The psychology of melancholy aesthetics : a study of romantic verse narratives of Hannah More (1745-1833) and Felicia Hemans (1793-1835). PhD thesis. University of Liverpool, 2011. [Available through the British Library EThOS]
  • 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.
  • Garner, Katie Louise. Avalon recovered: the Arthurian legend in British women’s writing, 1775-1845. PhD thesis. 2012, Cardiff University. [EThOS]
  • Guimarães, Paula Alexandra V. R., Felicia Hemans’s “The Coronation of Inez de Castro” (1830): Feminine Romanticism and the Memorialisation of Woman, 2012,  Universidade do Minho. [text]
  • Hessell, Nikki. Romantic Literature and Indigenous Languages: Reading Felicia Hemans in Te Reo Maori. European Romantic Review 20/2 (April 2009) 261-270. ISSN 10509585.
  • Kim, Benjamin. Personal Grief and Public Statement: Felicia Heman’s The Siege of Valencia and Records of a Woman. Literature Compass 4.6 (2007) 1650-1656. Reference number 2007: 217934.
  • Kim, Benjamin. Wordsworth, Hemans, and Politics, 1800–1830: Romantic Crises. Bucknell University Press, 2013.
  • Laird, Karen E. “Adapting the Saints: Romantic Hagiography in Felicia Hemans’s Records of Woman.” Women’s Writing 20.4 (2013): 496-517.
  • Mason, Emma and Jonathan Roberts. Felicia Hemans’s Sonnets on Female Characters of Scripture. Yearbook of English Studies 39/1-2 (2009) 72-83. ISSN 03062473.
  • Matz, Lauren P. ‘Felicia Heman’s Boy on the Burning Deck: Sentimental or Subversive?’ Cithara 50/1 (2010) 26-31. ISSN 00097527.
  • McGavran Jr, James Holt. “Felicia Hemans’s Feminist Poetry Of The Mid 1820s.” Women’s Writing (2013): 1-19. DOI:10.1080/09699082.2013.864152.
  • Melnyk, Julie. William Wordsworth and Felicia Hemans. Fellow Romantics: Male and Female British Writers, 1790-1835. Beth Lau (editor). Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2009. pp. 139-158. ISBN 9780754663539.
  • Morrison, Lucy. Effusive Elegies or Catty Critic: Letitia Elizabeth Landon on Felicia Hemans. Romanticism on the Net 45 (2007). ISSN 14671255.
  • Nichols, Anne. ‘Glorification of the lowly in Felicia Hemans’ sonnets’. Female Characters of Scriptures. Victorian Poetry 48/4 (2010) 559-75. ISSN 00425206.
  • O’Neill, Michael. ‘A deeper and richer music’: Felicia Hemans in dialogue with Wordsworth, Byron and Shelley. Charles Lamb Bulletin 145 (2009) 3-12. ISSN 03080951.
  • 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.
  • Ryan, Brandy. ‘Echo and Reply’: The Elegies of Felicia Hemans, Letitia Landon and Elizabeth Barrett. Victorian Poetry 46:3 (Autumn 2008) 249-277. ISSN 00425206.
  • Saglia, Diego, “A deeper and richer music”: The Poetics of Sound and Voice in Felicia Hemans’s 1820s Poetry”, ELH, 74: 2, 2007, pp. 351-370.
  • Simpson, Erik, “Minstrelsy Goes to Market: Prize Poems, Minstrel Contests, and Romantic Poetry”, ELH, 71: 3, 2004, pp. 691-718.
  • Stauffer, Andrew. “Hemans by the Book”, European Romantic Review, 22:3, 2011, pp. 373-380.
  • Sussman, Charlotte, “Epic, Exile, and the Global: Felicia Hemans’s The Forest Sanctuary“, Nineteenth-Century Literature, 65: 4, 2011, pp. 481-512.
  • 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.
  • Takiguchi, Tomoko, Recasting Women’s Stories: in the poetry of Felicia Hemans, Letitia Landon, and Christina Rosetti. PhD thesis. Leiden University, 2011. [available here]
  • Wolfson, Susan J., ed. Felicia Hemans: Selected Poems, Letters, Reception Materials.Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2001.

Paul Henry

  • Gregson, Ian. Modes of Non-Realism: Paul Henry and Pacale Petit. The New Poetry of Wales. Cardiff. University of Wales Press, 2007.

George Herbert

  • Achinstein, Sharon. Reading George Herbert in the Restoration. English Literary Renaissance 36.3 (2006) 430-465. ISSN 00138312.
  • Adrian, John M. George Herbert, parish ‘dexterity’, and the local modification of Laudianism. The Seventeenth Century 24/1 (April 2009) 26-51. ISSN 0268117X.
  • Balla, Angela. “Neighbourliness and Toleration in the Work of George Herbert.” Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme 35.2 (2013): 113-141.
  • Banerjee, Jacqueline. “George Herbert’s Pastoral: New Essays on the Poet and Priest of Bemerton.” (2011): 346-347. DOI:10.1080/0013838X.2011.564418.
  • Barnes, A. W. Editing George Herbert’s Ejaculations. Textual Cultures: Texts, Contexts, Interpretation 1.2 (Autumn 2006) 90-113. ISSN 1592936.
  • Begbie, Jeremy S. “The Holy Spirit at Work in the Arts: Learning from George Herbert.” Interpretation 66.1 (2012): 41-54.
  • Bouchard, Gary M. The Roman Steps to the Temple: An Examination of the Influence of Robert Southwell, SJ, upon George Herbert. Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture 10.3 (Summer 2007) 131-150. ISSN 10916687.
  • Canning, Patricia. ‘The Bodie and the Letters Both’: ‘Blending’ the Rules of Early Modern Religion. Language and Literature: Journal of the Poetics and Linguistics Association 17:3 (August 208) 187-203. ISSN 09639470.
  • 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.
  • Christensen, Philip Harlan. Herbert’s ‘Peace’. The Explicator 67/2 (Winter, 2009) 105-108. ISSN 00144140.
  • Chung, Young Jin. “From the Altar to the Lords Table: Relocating George Herbert in Early Seventeenth-Century Religious Controversy.” 고전· 르네상스영문학 21.1 (2012): 97-119.
  • Cop, M. A. (2011). Thinking across the Bible: Consonance and Dissonance in Early Modern English Biblical Verse (Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy). University of Otago. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10523/1843
  • Cruikshank, Frances. The Speaking Picture: Visions and Images in the Poetry of John Donne and George Herbert. The Reformation Unsettled: British Literature and the Question of Religious Identity, 1560-1660. Jan Frans van Dijkhuizen (editor). Belgium: Brepols, 2008. ISBN 9782503526249.
  • Cruickshank, Frances. Verse and Poetics in George Herbert and John Donne. Burlington: Ashgate, 2010. ISBN 978-1409404804.
  • Davies Michael, Jennifer. Silence and ‘Wounded Speech’ in George Herbert’s Poetry. Sewanee Theological Review 52/4 (2009) 343-364. ISSN 10599576.
  • Dijkhuizen, Frans van. In Thy Passion Slain: Donne, Herbert and the Theology of Pain. The Reformation Unsettled: British Literature and the Question of Religious Identity, 1560-1660. Jan Frans van Dijkhuizen (editor). Belgium: Brepols, 2008. ISBN 9782503526249.
  • 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.
  • Doerksen, Daniel W. Picturing Religious Experience: George Herbert, Calvin, and the Scriptures. Lexington Books, 2011.
  • Doumerc, Eric. Outline for a Commentary on George Herbert’s ‘Virtue’. An Introduction to Poetry in English. Eric Doumerc and Wendy Harding (editors). Toulouse: PU du Mirail, 2007). ISSN 07649169.
  • Drury, John. Music at Midnight: The Life and Poetry of George Herbert. London: Penguin, 2013.
  • Dubie, Norman. George Herbert. American Poetry Review 36.2 (March /April 2007) 42. ISSN 03603709.
  • Eagleson, Hannah. Inhabiting time: Donne, Herbert, and the individual body in theological history. University of Delaware, 2012. PhD. University of Delaware. [link]
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Gottlieb, Stephen A. “READING THE BIBLE, WRITING THE SELF: GEORGE HERBERT’S THE TEMPLE.” 2011. [link]
  • 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.
  • Harris, Jonathan Gil. “Reading Matter: George Herbert and the East-West Palimpsest of The Temple.” Untimely Matter in the Time of Shakespeare. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011, pp. 32-65.
  • Hill, Christopher A. ‘George Herbert’s Sweet Devotion’. Studies in Philology 107/2 (Spring 2010) 236-258. ISSN 00393738.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Johnson, Christopher D. “Anne-Marie Miller-Blaise Le verbe fait image: Iconoclasmes, écriture figurée et théologie de l’incarnation chez les poètes métaphysiques; le cas de George Herbert [The word made image: Iconoclasms, figurative writing, and theology of the Incarnation among the metaphysical poets; the case of George Herbert].” Modern Philology 111.1 (2013): E62-E65.
  • Kent, Kelley S. “The Typology of Sacrifice in George Herbert’s The Temple.” Student Pulse 5.07 (2013). [link]
  • Kinney, Arthur F. George Herbert’s Early Readers. Ben Jonson Journal: Literary Contexts in the Age of Elizabeth, James and Charles 16/1-2 (May 2009) 77-98. ISSN 10793453.
  • Knight, Jeffrey Todd. “Curatorial Readings: George Herbert’s The Temple, Quintus Curtius, and Their Context.” (2011): 575-598.
  • Knight, Sarah. “Juvenes ornatissimi: the student Writing of George Herbert and John Milton.” Eds. Luke B.T.  Houghton and Gesine Manuwald. Neo-Latin Poetry in the British Isles London: Bristol Classic Press, 2012. 51-68.
  • Mapp, Nigel. “Dead life: George Herbert versus modern self-surrender.”Philologie im Netz 65 (2013): 37-79. [link]
  • Marshall, Adam B. “George Herbert’s JORDAN (I).” The Explicator 70.2 (2012): 115-118.
  • 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 Preist of Bemerton. Christopher Hodgkins (editor) Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2010. pp. 181-194. ISBN 978-1611493344.
  • Mascetti, Yaakov. ‘This Is the Famous Stone’: George Herbert’s Poetic Alchemy in ‘The Elixir’. Mystical Metal of Gold: Essays on Alchemy in Renaissance Culture. Stanton J Linden (editor). New York: AMS, 2007. ISSN 0195-8011.
  • 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.
  • McCollough, Aaron. ““One good groan”: Compensatory weakness, George Herbert, and me.” Ben Jonson Journal 18.2 (2011): 287-295. DOI 10.3366/bjj.2011.0028, ISSN 1079-3453.
  • 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.
  • Miller-Blaise, Anne-Marie. ““O write in brasse”: George Herbert’s trajectory from pen to print.” (2012). [link]
  • Newton, Jennifer A. “George Herbert’s CLASPING OF HANDS.” The Explicator 71.3 (2013): 169-172.
  • Peterson, Richard S. ‘The Perennial Herbert’. John Donne Journal 29 (2010) 175-9.
  • Orvis, David L. ‘Thy Glorious Household-Stuffe’: Doctrinal (Re)Inscription in George Herbert’s Church Furnishing Poems. The Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature. Mary A. Papazian (editor). Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2008. ISBN 9780874130256.
  • Pierce, Robert B. Richard Wilbur and George Herbert. Modern Philology 106:1 (August 2008) 83-100. ISSN 00268232.
  • Post, Jonathan F. S. Review of George Herbert’s Pastoral: New Essays on the Poet and Priest of BemertonJohn Donne Journal 29 (2010) 235-8. Reference Number 2010:R321060.
  • Pursglove, Glyn. ‘Not with leaf only, but with some fruit also’. Scintilla 12 (2008) 34-52. ISSN 1368-5023.
  • 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.
  • Reece, Spencer. In Praise of George Herbert. American Poetry Review 37-2 (March-April 2008) 32-34. ISSN 03603709.
  • Richey, Esther Gilman. “The Intimate Other: Lutheran Subjectivity in Spenser, Donne, and Herbert.” Modern Philology 108.3 (2011): 343-374.
  • Richey, Esther Gilman. “The Property of God: Luther, Calvin, and Herbert’s Sacrifice Sequence.” ELH 78.2 (2011): 287-314.
  • Rudrum, Alan. “The English Poems of George Herbert ed. By Helen Wilcox.” STYLE 42.4 (2012): 547-560.
  • Sell, Roger D. “Herbert’s considerateness: a communicational assessment.” Eds. Roger D. Sell, Adam Borch and Anna Lindgren. The Ethics of Literary Communication: Genuineness, Directness, Indirectness. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2013. 21-28.
  • Sheldrake, Philip (editor). Heaven in Ordinary: George Herbert and his Writings. Norwich: Canterbury Press, 2009. ISBN 978-1853119484.
  • Smyth, Adam. ““Shreds of holinesse”: George Herbert, Little Gidding, and cutting up texts in early modern England [with illustrations].” English Literary Renaissance 42.3 (2012): 452-481.
  • Song, Eric B. Anamorphosis and the Religious Subject of George Herbert’s Coloss 3.3. SEL: Studies in English Literature 1500-1900. 47.1 (Summer 2007) 107-121. ISSN 00393657.
  • Strier, Richard. George Herbert and Ironic Ekphrasis. Classical Philology 102.1  (2007). Reference number 2007: 190337.
  • Sullivan, Ceri. The Rhetoric of the Conscience in Donne, Herbert and Vaughan. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. ISBN 9780199547845.
  • Swann, Joel. “George Herbert’s Eyes.” Word and Text, A Journal of Literary Studies and Linguistics 2 (2013): 26-43.
  • Todd, Richard, and Helen Wilcox. “The Challenges of Editing Donne and Herbert.” SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 52.1 (2012): 187-206.
  • Whalen, Robert. “Picturing Religious Experience: George Herbert, Calvin, and the Scriptures.” Renaissance Quarterly 65:4 (2012): 1351-1352.
  • Wilcox, Allan; Wilcox; Helen. Matter and spirit conjoined: sacred places in the poetry of George Herbert, Henry Vaughan, R. S. Thomas and Rowan Williams. Scintilla 11 (2007) 133-151. Reference number 2007:197483.
  • Wilcox, Helen (editor). The English Poems of George Herbert. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007. ISBN 978052186821.
  • Wilcox, Helen. ‘ “Hallow’d Fire” or When is a Poet not a Priest?’. George Herbert’s Pastorals: New Essays on the Poet and Priest of Bemerton. Christopher Hodgkins (editor) Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2010. pp. 91-109. ISBN 978-1611493344.
  • Wolberg, Kristine A. ‘All Possible Art’: George Herbert’s The Country Parson. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2008, ISBN 9780838641705.

William Herbert, Third Earl of Pembroke (patron):

  • O’Farrell, Brian. Shakespeare’s Patron: William Herbert, Third Earl of Pembroke, 1580-1630: Politics, Patronage and Power. Continuum, 2011.

Nigel Heseltine

  • 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.
  • Gossedge, Rob. Tales of the Boneddigion: Nigel Heseltine’s Gentry Context. Almanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol 13 (2008-2009) 55-80.
  • 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.

Jeremy Hooker

  • Cluysenaar, Anne. ‘Embodied knowledge in a cutting touch’: A Matrix in Jeremy Hooker’s The Cut of Light. Moment of Earth: Poems and Essays in Honour of Jeremy Hooker. Christopher Meredith (editor). Aberystwyth. Celtic Studies Publications, 2007.
  • Gabbitas, Jacqueline. Silence under all: Jeremy Hooker interviewed by Jacqueline Gabbitas. Planet: The Welsh Internationalist 177 (2006) 57-64.
  • Kerridge, Richard. ‘Leaves that we say are dead’: Jeremy Hooker’s Ecological Imagination. Moment of Earth: Poems and Essays in Honour of Jeremy Hooker. Christopher Meredith (editor). Aberystwyth. Celtic Studies Publications, 2007.

Richard Hughes

  • Barden, Corwin. Richard Hughes: Ford’s Secret Sharer. Ford Madox Ford’s Literary Contacts. Paul Skinner (editor). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2007. ISSN 1569-4070.
  • Holmqvist, Ivo. Richard Hughes: an emendation. Notes and Queries 53.3 (2006) 356-357.
  • Holmqvist, Ivo. Richard Hughes and the Critics Part I: British and American Reviews of The Fox in the Attic. Phrasis: Studies in Language and Literature 48.1 (2007) 29-48.
  • Holmqvist, Ivo. Richard Hughes and the Critics Part II: British and American Reviews of The Wooden Shepherdess. Phrasis: Studies in Language and Literature 48.1 (2007) 49-62.
  • Holmqvist, Ivo. Richard Hughes and the Critics Part III: Reviews in German. Phrasis: Studies in Language and Literature 48.1 (2007) 63-80.
  • Sands-O’Connor, Karen. High Winds and Broken Bridges: The Gothic and the West Indies in Twentieth-Century British Children’s Literature. The Gothic in Children’s Literature: Haunting the Borders. Anna Jackson, Karen Coates and Roderick McGillis (editors). New York: Routledge, 2008. ISBN 9780415960366.

Emyr Humphreys

  • Diane Green. Emyr Humphreys: A Postcolonial Novelist? Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2009. ISBN 978-0-7083-2217-8.
  • 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 edited by Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010, pp. 185-216. ISBN 9781905762989.
  • Peach, Linden. The fiction of Emyr Humphreys: contemporary critical perspectives. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2011. ISBN 9780708322161

John James

  • Williams, Nerys. Chronicling the half-life of poetry: Robert Minhinnick, Gwyneth Lewis and John James’s longer poems. Poetry Wales 45/3 (Winter 2009/2010) 43-49. ISSN 03322202.
  • 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.

Paul Jeff

  • Watt, Daniel. Transgressing the Witness at Three Sites of Knowledge. Research in Drama Education. 12.1 (February 2007) 79-91. ISSN 13569783.

B. S. Johnson

  • Tew, Phillip and Glyn White (editors). Re-reading B. S. Johnson. Basingstoke Macmillan, 2007. ISBN 9780230524927.

David Jones

  • Black, K. L. ‘Those been the cokes wordes and not myne’: medieval influences on the structure of David Jones’ The Anathémata. PhD thesis, London Goldsmiths University. BL 497840. 58-14624.
  • Bouyssou, Roland. The Sacrificial Victim in David Jones’s In Parenthesis. Ecstasy and Understanding: Religious Awareness in English Poetry from the Late Victorian to the Modern Period. Adrian Grafe (editor). London: Continuum, 2008. ISBN 9780826498649.
  • Andrews, Charles. War Trauma and Religious Cityscape in David Jones’s In Parenthesis. Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association 40.1 (2007) 87-96. ISSN 07425562.
  • Blissett, William. Footslogging. David Jones Journal 6.1/2 (2007) 35-43. ISSN 14641542. (On In Parenthesis.)
  • Breslin, John. The Matter of Rome and the Matter of Britain in The Sleeping Lord of David Jones. The North American Journal of Welsh Studies 5.1-2 (Winter-Summer 2005) 1-10.
  • Britton, David. Poetic Inspiration and Metaphysical Knowledge. David Jones Journal 6.1/2 (2007) 146-161. ISSN 14645142.Matthews, Steven. Provincialism and the Modern Diaspora: T. S. Eliot and David Jones. English: The Journal of the English Association (Spring 2009) 57-72. ISSN 00138215.
  • Campbell, Duncan. David Jones: ‘No End to these Wars, No End, No End / At All’. Wales at War: Critical Essays on Literature and Art. Tony Curtis (editor). Bridgend. Seren, 2007.
  • Dentinger, Hannah Wanek. Welsh Enough: The Reception of David Jones in Wales. PhD thesis, University of Wales [Aberystwyth], 2006. 56-15692.
  • Dilworth, Thomas. From the Archives. New Welsh Review 75 (Spring 2007) 37-41. ISSN 0954-2116. (Introduction and afterword to a previously unpublished review by Jones of Richard Llewellyn’s How Green was My Valley.)
  • Douglas, M. C. Subjectivity and Symbolism: a reconsideration of the figure in the art and poetry of David Jones (1895-1974), Ph.D thesis, University of Cambridge, 2005. 54-9855.
  • Edwards, K. V. ‘Beyond Englishness’: culture and context in relation to David Jones’s In Parenthesis. Ph.D thesis, University of Kent, 2005. 56-206. BL: DXN099957.
  • Edwards, Kate. The Revolving Epoch: David Jones and Oswald Spengler. Agenda 43.1 (2007) 68-74. Reference number 2007:223604.
  • Gibson, Michael George. On British Poetry and Poems. David Jones Journal 6.1/2 (2007) 132-137. ISSN 14641542.
  • Hirst, Desirée. The two Davids: Jones and Rosenberg. David Jones Journal 6.1/2 (2007) 53-59. ISSN 1464152.
  • Hughes, Colin. Man on the field revisited. David Jones Journal 6.1/2 (2007) 17-34. ISSN 14641542.
  • Kynan-Wilson, William. Uniting the Strands. David Jones Journal 6.1/2 (2007) 970114. ISSN 14641542.
  • 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)
  • Medcalf, Stephen Eliot. David Jones and Auden. The Oxford Handbook of English Literature and Theology. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007. ISBN 9780199271978.
  • 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.
  • Phillips, Ivan. Penmen and brushmen: the remediation of word and image in the work of Wyndham Lewis and David Jones. Word and Image 24:1 (January-March 2008) 103-14. ISSN 0266-6286.
  • 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.
  • Price-Owen, Anne. David Jones and the Art of Hybridity. Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion 13 (2007) 176-192. Reference number 1007:217224.Smith-Long, Tim. ‘My Greek Sailors speak Cockney’: the principle of abstraction in the works of David Jones. Agenda 44/ 2-3 (2009) 81-92. ISSN 00020796.
  • Robichaud, Paul. Making the Past Present: David Jones, the Middle Ages and Modernism. Washington DC: Catholic University of America Press, 2007. ISBN 9780813214795.
  • Russello, Gerald J. David Jones and the sacrament of art. New Criterion 25.3 (November 2006) 33-36.
  • Stevenson, Winifred. Time out: In Parenthesis and the legendary Otherworld. David Jones Journal 61.1/2 2007 44-52. ISSN 14641542.
  • Thorpe, Adam. Book of a Lifetime: The Anathemata by David Jones. The Independent (13 June 2008).

D. Gwenallt Jones

  • Morgan, D. Densil. Spirit and Flesh in Twentieth-Century Welsh Poetry: A Comparison of the Work of D. Gwenallt Jones and Pennar Davies. Christianity and Literature. 56.3 (Spring 2007) 423-436. ISSN 01483331.

Diana Wynne Jones

  • Wood, Naomi. The Cultural Geography of Fantasy Britain. Children’s Literature: Annual of the Modern Language Association Division on Children’s Literature and the Children’s Literature Association 36 (2008) 251-256 ISSN 00928208 (Review-article on Charles Butler’s study of Susan Cooper, Alan Garner, Penelope Lively and Diana Wynne Jones.)

Glyn Jones

  • Brown, Tony. Glyn Jones and the Uncanny. Almanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol. 12 (2007-2008) 89-114.
  • Peach, Linden. ‘Disturbance and Insight: Glyn Jones and Leslie Norris’ Short Fiction’. Literature and Belief 29/30 (2009/2010) 115-29. ISSN 07321929.
  • Thomas, M. Wynn, ‘Fucking and Forgiveness: The Case of Glyn Jones’ in his In the Shadow of the Pulpit: Literature and Nonconformist Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2010, pp. 256-293. ISBN 0708322255.
  • Wainwright, Laura. ‘The huge upright Europe-reflecting mirror’: The European Dimension in the Early Short Stories and Poems of Glyn Jones. Almanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol. 12 (2007-2008) 55-88.

Lewis Jones

  • 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 edited by Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010, pp. 81-102. ISBN 9781905762989.
  • Valle Alcalá, Roberto del. Rising with one’s community: socialist theory and bildungsroman in Lewis Jones. Cultura, Languaje y Representacíon/ Culture, Language and Representation 7 (2009) 141-155. ISSN 16977750.

Lloyd Jones

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

W. S. Jones

  • Stephens, Meic. W. S. Jones. Independent (November 20 2007) 34-35. (Obituary.)

Stephen Knight

  • Gregson, Ian. Stephen Knight’s Cartoon Metamorphoses. The New Poetry of Wales. Cardiff. University of Wales Press, 2007.
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