author name S-Z (2000-today)

Kitty Sewell

  • Foster, Jordan. The Most Remote Place on Earth. Publishers Weekly 254.49 (December 10 2007) 32. ISSN 00000019. (On Sewell’s novel, Ice Trap.)

Shakespeare

  • 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.

Owen Sheers

  • Rickett, Joel. Interview: Owen Sheers says Second World War plans for a British resistance provided inspiration for his debut novel. The Independent (10 June 2007).
  • Sheers, Owen. Border Crossing. Guardian (25 March 2006) 22.
  • Burden, Robert. ‘Locations of Memory: A Psycho-Spatial Reading of Traumatic Landscape in Owen Sheers’ “Mametz Wood”’, inReflective Landscapes of the Anglophone Countries. Guibert Pascale (editor). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2011. pp. 211-228. ISBN 9789042032613

Mercer Simpson

  • Stephens, Meic. Mercer Simpson: Poet of the East Anglian Landscape. The Independent (22 June 2007). (Obituary.)

Iain Sinclair

  • 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.

Howard Spring

  • Magrs, Paul. The Nooks and Crannies of Her Being: Howard Spring’s Shabby Tiger and Northern Camp. British Fiction after Modernism: The Novel at Mid-Century. Marina Mackay and Lindsey Stonebridge (editors). New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. ISBN 9781403986429.

Henry M. Stanley

  • Hendon, Steve. Civilizing the Natives: Henry M. Stanley’s and Joseph Conrad’s Narratives of Identity. Almanac – Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays 14 (2009-10) 1-35.

Dylan Thomas

  • Annwn, David. Opening the Ellipse: Dylan Thomas and a Maya Deren in America. Poetry Wales 44/3 (Winter 2008/2009) 17-18. ISSN 03322202.
  • Belshaw, P. E. B. On the Edge: a selection of short prose fiction by Patrick Belshaw; and Once below a time: a research study of the early short prose fiction of Dylan Thomas. PhD thesis, Newcastle University. BL 493087. 58-13976.
  • Brown, Terence. The Irish Dylan Thomas: versions and influences. Irish Studies Review 7/1 (2009) 45-54.
  • Davies, James A. Dylan Thomas and War. Wales at War: Critical Essays on Literature and Art. Tony Curtis (editor). Bridgend. Seren, 2007.
  • Frost, Robert. The Hunchback in the Park. English Review 18.2 (November 2007) 9-11. ISSN 0955-8950.
  • 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.
  • 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.)
  • Lycett, Andrew. The Reluctant Propagandist. The Guardian (21 June 2008).
  • 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.
  • Riley, Peter. Thomas and Apocalypse. Poetry Wales 44/3 (Winter 2008/2009) 12-16. ISSN 03322202.
  • 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, Colin. Green Mountain Black Mountain. Planet 187 (February/March 2008) 20-25. ISSN 0048-4288. (A discussion of Dylan Thomas’s wartime propaganda films)
  • Thomas, M. Wynn, ‘“Marlais”: Dylan Thomas and the “Tin Bethels”’ in his In the Shadow of the Pulpit: Literature and Nonconformist Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2010, pp. 226-255. ISBN 0708322255.
  • Thunecke, Jörg. ‘Love the words, love the words’: Erich Frieds Nachdichtung von Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood. Neulektüren – New Readings. Gerhard P. Knapp (editor). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2009. pp.195-231. ISBN 9042025247.
  • Tonkin, Boyd. Dylan Thomas and the Kardomah set. Independent (11 February 2006) 20-21.
  • 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.
  • Wigginton, Chistopher. Modernism from the Margins: The 1930s Poetry of Louis MacNeice and Dylan Thomas – Writing Wales in English. Cardiff. University of Wales Press, 2007. ISBN 978-0-7083-1927-7.
  • Fabb, Nigel, and Morris Halle. ‘Dylan Thomas’s Meters’, in Of Grammar, Words, and Verses. Esther Torrego (editor). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Benjamins, 2012. pp.67-86. ISBN 9789027208255
  • Goodby, John. ‘The Rimbaud of Cwmdonkin Drive: Dylan Thomas as Surrealist’, in Dada and Beyond, Volume 2: Dada and Its Legacies, Elza Adamowicz and Eric Robertson (editors). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2012. pp.199-223. ISBN: 9789042035898
  • Goodby, John. ‘Djuna Barnes as a Source for Dylan Thomas’, Notes and Queries 58.1 (2011) pp. 127-30.

Edward Thomas (1878-1919)

  • 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.
  • Freeman, Nick. Edward Thomas, Swinburne, and Richard Jefferies: ‘The Dead Oak Tree Bough’. English Literature in Transition (1880-1920) 51:2 (2008) 164-183. ISSN 00138339.
  • 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.
  • Kendall, Judy. ‘A Poet At Last’: William H. Davies and Edward Thomas. Almanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol. 12  (2007-2008) 32-54.
  • Kendall, Judy. A Genuine Contender. New Welsh Review 83 (Spring 2009) 25-32. ISSN 09542116. (Review-article on The Annotated Collected Poems of Edward Thomas, edited by Edna Longley (Bloodaxe, 2008), and Branch-Lines: Edward Thomas and Contemporary Poetry, edited by Lucy Newlyn and Guy Cuthbertson and published by Enitharmon in 2007).
  • Longley, Edna (editor). The Annotated Collected Poems/Edward Thomas. Tarset: Bloodaxe, 2008. ISBN 9781852247461.
  • McDonald, Peter. Edward Thomas, The Annotated Collected Poems. Times Literary Supplement 5512 (November 21 2008) 3-5. (Review-article.)
  • Perry, Sam. ‘In Search of Something Chance Would Never Bring’: The Poetry of R.S. Thomas and Edward Thomas. Review of English Studies: The Leading Journal of English Literature and the English Language 59:241 (September 2008) 582-603. ISSN 00346551.
  • Seeber, Hans Ulrich. Organic and Textual Circularity in Poems by Edward Thomas and W. H. Auden. Symbolism: An International Annual Critical Aesthetics 9 (2009) 129-140. ISSN 15283623.
  • Wisniewski, Jacek. Edward Thomas: A Mirror of England. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2009. ISBN 1443802107.
  • Webb, Andy. Edward Thomas and world literary studies: Wales, Anglocentrism and English literature. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2013. ISBN 0708326226.

Ed Thomas (1957-   )

  • 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.

Gwyn Thomas

  • 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 edited by Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010, pp. 103-130. ISBN 9781905762989.

Leslie Thomas

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

R. S. Thomas

  • Adams, Sam. Letter from Wales. PN Review 32.4 (November / December 2006) 6-7. ISSN 01447076.
  • Adams, Sam. Letter from Wales. PN Review 36/2 (Nov/Dec 2009) 7-9. ISSN 01447076. (Considers the nature of R.S. Thomas’s letters to Raymond Garlick, published by Gwasg Gomer in 2009).
  • Alexander, Neal. Dialogues of Self and Soul: The Autobiographies of W. B. Yeats and R. S. Thomas. Almanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol. 12 (2007-2008) 1-31.
  • Brown, Tony. R. S. Thomas: Writers of Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2006. ISBN 0708318002.
  • Brown, Tony. ‘Love’s Depths’: R.S. Thomas’s Poems to his Wife. Renascence 60.2 (Winter 2008) 132-60. ISSN 00344346.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Dafydd, Fflur. ‘There were Fathoms in her too’: R.S. Thomas and Women. Renascence 60.2 (Winter 2008) 118-131. ISSN 00344346.
  • 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.
  • Davis, William V. ‘The Lame Feet of Salvation’: A Reading of R.S. Thomas and Robinson Jeffers. Renascence 60.2 (Winter 2008) 162-179. ISSN 00344346.
  • 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.
  • 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: Howse, Christopher. Sacred Mysteries: The darkness between stars. Telegraph (15 July 2006).
  • Jarman, Mark. Praying and Bird Watching: The Life of R. S. Thomas. Hudson Review 60.1 (Spring 2007) 169-176. ISSN 0018702X. (Review-article on Byron Rogers, The Man Who Went Into the West: The Life of R. S. Thomas.)
  • Jarvis, Matthew. The 1960s Generation and R.S. Thomas to 1968. Welsh Environments in Contemporary Poetry: Writing Wales in English. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2008.
  • 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).
  • Morgan, Barry. Strangely Orthodox: R. S. Thomas and his Poetry of Faith. Llandysul: Gomer Press, 2006. ISBN 1843236826.
  • 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).
  • Perry, Sam. ‘Hoping for the Reciprocal Touch’: Intimations of the Manus Dei in the Poetry of R. S. Thomas. Literature and Theology: An International Journal of Religion, Theory, and Culture 21.2 (June 2007) 178-197. ISSN 02691205.
  • Perry, Sam. The Pastoral Vision of R. S. Thomas. Almanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol. 12 (2007-2008) 140-168.
  • Perry, Sam. ‘In Search of Something Chance Would Never Bring’: The Poetry of R.S. Thomas and Edward Thomas. Review of English Studies: The Leading Journal of English Literature and the English Language 59:241 (September 2008) 582-603. ISSN 00346551.
  • Perry, Sam. ‘Passionate and Simple’: R.S. Thomas and Irish Writing. Almanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol 13 (2008-2009) 126-161.
  • 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.
  • Rogers, Byron. I Remember Him Well. Planet: The Welsh Internationalist 179 (October / November 2006) 66-79.
  • Rogers, Byron. The Man Who Went into the West: The Life of R. S. Thomas. London: Aurum, 2006. ISBN 1845131460.
  • Savill, Sheila. ‘Light from Dusty Papers: R. S. Thomas’. PN Review 37/2 (November/December, 2010) 9. ISSN 01447076.
  • Szabo, Daniel. ‘For the Failure of Language There Is No Redress’: R. S. Thomas, Poetry and Prayer. Ecstasy and Understanding: Religious Awareness in English Poetry from the Late Victorian to the Modern Period. Adrian Grafe (editor). London: Continuum, 2008. ISBN 9780826498649.
  • 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.
  • 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. R. S. Thomas, Denise Levertov and the Poetry of Contemplation. Moment of Earth: Poems and Essays in Honour of Jeremy Hooker. Christopher Meredith (editor). Aberystwyth. Celtic Studies Publications, 2007.
  • Thomas, M. Wynn.‘The Stones of the Field’ and the Power of the Sword: R. S. Thomas as War Poet. Wales at War: Critical Essays on Literature and Art. Tony Curtis (editor). Bridgend. Seren, 2007.
  • Thomas, M. Wynn. ‘The Fantastic Side of God’: R.S. Thomas and Jorge Luis Borges. Renascence 60.2 (Winter 2008) 178-196. ISSN 00344346.
  • Walford Davies, Damian. ‘Yeats Said That’: R.S. Thomas and W.B. Yeats. Almanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol 13 (2008-2009) 1-26.
  • Walford Davies, Jason (editor). R. S. Thomas – Letters to Raymond Garlick, 1951-1999. Llandysul: Gwasg Gomer, 2009. ISBN 97881843238263.
  • Westover, Daniel Kirk. Stylistic Destinations: The Prosodies of R.S. Thomas 1936-2000. PhD thesis, University of Wales [Bangor], 2008.
  • Wilcox, Allan and Helen Wilcox. 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.
  • 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).
  • Wisniewski, Tomasz. ‘Rhythm, composition, syntax and semantics in R. S. Thomas’ NoKneeling and Via Negativa’. Etudes Britanniques Contemporaines 39 (2010) 81 – 92. ISSN 11684917.
  • Brown, Tony R.S Thomas. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2013. (new edition)ISBN 9780708326169
  • Davies, William. ‘“Testing His Faith on Emptiness”: Reading R. S. Thomas’s Poems’ in PrayerRenascence: Essays on Values in Literature 64:3 (2012) pp. 233-249. ISSN 0034-4346
  • Lloyd, David. Imagined Greetings: Poetic engagements with R.S. Thomas. Conwy: Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, 2013. ISBN 1845274164
  • Szabo, Daniel. ‘Accumulation, Collection, and Selection: The Poetry of R. S. Thomas’ in Selected Poems: From Modernism to Now. Hélène Aji and Jennifer Kilgore-Caradec (editors). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2012. pp. 105-116. ISBN 9781443841245
  • Thomas, M. Wynn. R.S. Thomas: Serial Obsessive. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2013. ISBN 9780708326138.
  • Trapp, Karolina. ‘Imagining God: R. S. Thomas’s “the Hand”’, in Refashioning Myth: Poetic Transformations and Metamorphoses. Jessica L. Wilkinson, Eric Parisot, and David McInnis (editors). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2011. pp. 73-89. ISBN 9781443827225.
  • Waterman, Rory. ‘“An Elsan Culture Threatens Us”: R. S. Thomas, England, and the Struggle for Welsh Identity’ inBonds and Borders: Identity, Imagination and Transformation in Literature. Rebecca Dewald and Dorette Sobolewski (editors). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2011. pp. 107-11. ISBN 9781443829533.
  • Westover, Daniel. R. S. Thomas: a stylistic biography. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2011. ISBN 9780708324110

Lily Tobias

  • 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.

J.R.R. Tolkien

  • Phelpstead, Carl. Tolkien and Wales: Language, Literature, and Identity. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2011. ISBN 9780708323724
  • Voigt, Kati. ‘The Inheritance of the Mabinogion: Welsh Mythology in Tolkien’s Works and in Recent British Fiction’, Inklings: Jahrbuch für Literatur und Ästhetik 30 (2012) pp. 42-55

Rachel Tresize

  • Jelbert, Steve. Valley Girl. Independent (June 3 2007) 32-33. (Review-article on Dial M for Merthyr.)

Henry Vaughan

  • Dickson, Donald R. Henry Vaughan as Country Doctor. Explorations in Renaissance Culture 33.2 (2007) 171-195. ISSN 00982474.
  • Dickson, Donald R. Henry Vaughan’s Medical Annotations. Huntingdon Library Quarterly 70.3 (2007) 427-452. ISSN 00187895.
  • 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.
  • Hines, John. ‘Aire disguis’d’: metaphors of genre and Henry Vaughan’s sacred hymns. Scintilla 10 (2006) 164-182.
  • Major, Philip. Urne-Buriall and the Interregnum Royalist. ‘A Man Very Well Studyed’: New Contexts for Thomas Browne. Kathryn Murphy and Richard Todd (editors.) Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2008. ISBN 9789004171732.
  • Monta, Susannah. Vaughan’s Life of Paulinus: recharting the Royalist journey. Renaissance tropologies: the cultural imagination of early modern England. Jeanne Shami (editor.) Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 2008. ISBN 9780820704098.
  • Nelson, Holly Faith. ‘Make all things new! And without end!’: the eschatological vision of Henry Vaughan. Scintilla 10 (2006) 222-235.
  • Nelson, Holly Faith. Historical Consciousness and the Politics of Translation in the Psalms of Henry Vaughan. Studies in Philology 104.4 (Fall 2007) 501-525.
  • Pursglove, Glyn. ‘Not with leaf only, but with some fruit also’. Scintilla 12 (2008) 34-52. ISSN 1368-5023
  • Rudrum, Alan. ‘These Fragments I have Shored against My Ruins’: Henry Vaughan, Alchemical Philosophy, and the Great Rebellion. Mystical Metal of Gold: Essays on Alchemy and Renaissance Culture. Stanton J Linden (editor). New York: AMS, 2007. ISSN 0195-8011.
  • Rudrum, Alan. Bring Peace Back to Life: The Anglican Irenicism of Lancelot Andrewes, Henry Vaughan and Rowan Williams. Scintilla 12 (2008) 111-120. ISSN 1368-5023.
  • Sullivan, Ceri. The Rhetoric of the Conscience in Donne, Herbert and Vaughan. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. ISBN 9780199547845.
  • Thomas, M. Wynn. ‘Fidelities where beams together run’: Vernon Watkins and Henry Vaughan. Scintilla 11 (2207) 169-184. Reference number 2007:197484.
  • West, William N. Less Well-Wrought Urns: Henry Vaughan and the Decay of the Poetic Monument. ELH 75:1 (Spring 2008) 197-218. ISSN 00138304.
  • Wilcher, Robert. Henry Vaughan, Jeremy Taylor, Edward Sparke, and the Preservation of the Anglican Communion.  Scintilla 12 (2008) 141-159. ISSN 1368-5023.
  • Wilcox, Allan and Helen Wilcox. 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.

Hilda Vaughan

  • Thomas, Lucy. ‘He was thinking in Welsh now, though he spoke in English’: Negotiating identity in the language of Hilda Vaughan’s novels.  Almanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol 13 (2008-2009) 27-54.

Sarah Waters

  • Arias, Rosario. Epilogue: female confinement in Sarah Waters’s neo-Victorian fiction. Stones of Law, Bricks of Shame: Narrating Imprisonment in the Victorian Age. Jan Alber and Frank Lauterbach (editors). Toronto; Buffalo NY; London: Toronto University Press, 2009. pp. 256-277. ISBN 978-0802098979.
  • Armitt, Lucie and Sarah Gamble. The Haunted Geometries of Sarah Waters’s Affinity. Textual Practice 20.1 (March 2006) 141-170. ISSN 0950236X.
  • Armitt, Lucie. Garden Paths and Blind Spots. New Welsh Review 85 (Autumn 2009) 28-35. ISSN 09542116. (Review-article on Sarah Waters’s novel The Little Stranger, published by Virago Press in 2009).
  • Bishton, Joanne. Kissing Women: The Fiction of Sarah Waters. American, British, and Canadian Studies 10 (July 2008) 91-105. ISSN 1841964X.
  • 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.
  • Carroll, Rachel. Becoming My Own Ghost: Spinsterhood, Heterosexuality and Sarah Water’s Affinity. Genders 45 (2007). (Electronic journal article).
  • Costantini, Mariaconcetta. ‘Faux-Victorian Melodrama’ in the New Millenium: The Case of Sarah Waters. Critical Survey 18.1 (2006) 17-39. ISSN 00111570.
  • Hoggard, Liz. Sarah Waters: Tales of a Reluctant Celebrity. The Independent (8 April 2007).
  • Jeremiah, Emily. ‘The ‘I’ Inside ‘Her’’: Queer Narration in Sarah Water’s Tipping the Velvet and Wesley Stace’s Misfortune. Women: A Cultural Review 18.2 (Summer 2007) 131-144. ISSN 09574042.
  • Kaplan, Cora. Fingersmith’s coda: feminism and Victorian Studies. Journal of Victorian Culture 13:1 (2008) 42-55. ISSN 13555502.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • MacPherson, Pauline. ‘Fictions can change. It’s only the facts that can trap us’: Images of female sexuality from Oranges to Velvet. Women: A Cultural Review 19:3 (November 2008) 261-274. ISSN 1470-1367.
  • Mundler, Helen Esther. Seeming and Being: The Play of Alterity in Affinity by Sarah Waters. Résonances 9 (February 2008) 103-115. ISSN 12452262.
  • Preston, Peter. Victorianism in Recent Victorian Fiction. History, Politics, Identity: Reading Literature in a Changing World. Marija Knezevic and Aleksandra Nikcevic-Batricevic (editors.) Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2008. ISBN 9781847185099.
  • Stevenson, Sheryl. Waters’s Affinity. Explicator 65.2 (Winter 2007) 124-127. ISSN 00144940.
  • Wieckowska, Katarzyna. Dis/Locations: Images of London in Sarah Waters’ Fiction. Images of the City. Agnieszka Rasmus and Magdelena Cieslak (editors). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2009. pp. 204-215. ISBN 978144380452
  • Wormald, Mark. Prior Knowledge: Sarah Waters’s and the Victorians. British Fiction Today. Philip Tew and Rod Mengham (editors). London: Continuum, 2006. ISBN 9780826487322.
  • O’Callaghan, Claire. ‘The Equivocal Symbolism of Pearls in the Novels of Sarah Waters’, Contemporary Women’s Writing 6.1 (2012) pp. 20-37
  • Mitchell, Kaye. Sarah Waters: contemporary critical perspectives. London: Bloomsbury, 2013. ISBN 9781441199416

Vernon Watkins

  • Barnie, John. Vernon Watkins, New Selected Poems, edited by Richard Ramsbotham Poetry Wales 42.3 (January 2007) 63-64. ISSN 03322202. (Review-article.)
  • Edwards, Gwynne. Vernon Watkins, Dylan Thomas and the Poetry of Lorca. Almanac – Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays 14 (2009-10) 154-178.
  • Powell Ward, John. Exact Mystery: Some Aspects of Vernon Watkins’s Poetics. Almanac – Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays 14 (2009-10) 121-153.
  • Thomas, M. Wynn. Vernon Watkins and the Nostalgia of Literature. PN Review 33.2 (November/December 2006) 50-54. ISSN 01447076.
  • Thomas, M. Wynn. ‘Fidelities where beams together run’: Vernon Watkins and Henry Vaughan. Scintilla 11 (2207) 169-184. Reference number 2007:197484.
  • Wootten, William. ‘“Gold as on a Coin”: Philip Larkin and Vernon Watkins After the North Ship’ PN Review 39.4 (2013) pp.73-5.

Charlotte Williams

  • 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.
  • 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)

Emlyn Williams

  • Williams, Daniel G. Green in Black. New Welsh Review 85 (Autumn 2009) 42-51. ISSN 09542116. On the significance of Emlyn Williams’s 1938 play, The Corn in Green, in African American culture.

Jane Williams (Ysgafell)

  • Tyson Roberts, Gwyneth. ‘Winding Silkworms’ cocoons without a reel: Betsy Cadwaladyr, Jane Williams (Ysgafell) and the Writing of the Autobiography of Elizabeth Davis. Almanac – Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays 14 (2009-10) 36-61.

Raymond Williams

  • 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.)
  • Dix, Hywel Raymond. Raymond Williams, cultural materialism and the break-up of Britain. Ph.D thesis, University of Glamorgan, 2006.
  • Dix, Hywel. After Raymond Williams: Cultural Materialism and the Break-up of Britain. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2008. ISBN 978-0-7083-2153-9.
  • Durant, Alan. Raymond Williams’s Keywords: investigating meanings ‘offered, felt for, tested, confirmed, asserted, qualified, changed’. Critical Quarterly 48.4 (December 2006) 1-26.
  • Eagleton, Terry. Performance and Identity. New Welsh Review 82 (Winter 2008) 8-16. ISSN 0954-2116. (Review-article of Dai Smith’s A Warrior’s Tale.)
  • Franco, Jean. Residuales y emergentes: Carlos Monsiváis y Raymond Williams. El arte de la ironía: Carlos Monsiváis ante la crítica. Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2007. ISBN 9703242057. (Compares Williams with the Mexican political and cultural commentator, Carlos Monsiváis.)
  • Inglis, Fred. Raymond Williams: A Warrior’s Tale by Dai Smith. The Independent (20 June 2008). (Review-article)
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Milner, Andrew (editor). Tenses of imagination: Raymond Williams on science fiction, utopia and dystopia. New York: Lang, 2010. ISBN 978-3039118267.
  • Rustin, Michael. The Long Revolution Revisited. Soundings: A Journal of Politics and Culture 35 (Spring 2007) 16-30. ISSN 13626620.
  • Seidl, Monika, Roman Horak, and Lawrence Grossberg (editors). About Raymond Williams. London: Routledge, 2010. ISBN 978-0415545808.
  • Smith, Dai. ‘Black Water’ to Border Country: Sourcing the Textual Odyssey of Raymond Williams. Almanac – A Yearbook of Welsh Writing in English: Critical Essays Vol. 12 (2007-2008) 169-191.
  • Smith, Dai, Ned Thomas and Daniel G. Williams. The Exchange. Planet: The Welsh Internationalist 195 (Summer 2009) 45-66. ISSN 00484288.  (An exchange of views on the relevance of Raymond Williams’s work today).
  • Thomas, Ned. It is Never the Native Who Returns. Planet 190 (August/September 2008) 11-16. ISSN 0048-4288. (Review-article of Dai Smith’s A Warrior’s Tale.)
  • Walker, Eric C. The long revolution of Raymond Williams: culture and society fifty years on. Wordsworth Circle 37.2 (Spring 2006) 60-63.
  • 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., ‘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 edited by Katie Gramich. Cardigan: Parthian Books, 2010, pp. 217-244. ISBN 9781905762989.
  • Baskin, Jason M. ‘Romanticism, Culture, Collaboration: Raymond Williams Beyond the Avant-Garde.’ Cultural Critique 83 (2013) pp. 108-36.
  • Ryle, Martin. ‘Raymond Williams: Materialism and Ecocriticism’, inEcocritical Theory: New European Approaches, Axel Goodbody and Kate Rigby (editors). Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press, 2011. pp. 43-54. ISBN 9780813931357.

Rowan Williams

  • Barker, Sebastian. ‘Red Kites Against a Dark Blue Sky’: On the Aesthetic of Art in the Theology of Rowan Williams. Scintilla 12 (2008) 121-130. ISSN 1368-5023.
  • Rudrum, Alan. Bring Peace Back to Life: The Anglican Irenicism of Lancelot Andrewes, Henry Vaughan and Rowan Williams. Scintilla 12 (2008) 111-120. ISSN 1368-5023.
  • Tonkin, Boyd. A song of praise for the poet in peril. The Independent (25 July 2008). (Review-article)
  • Wilcox, Allan and Helen Wilcox. 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.

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