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Title Writing Wales, from the Renaissance to Romanticism / edited by Stewart Mottram and Sarah Prescott.

Published Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, [2012]


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 UniM Bail  820.9358429 WRIT    AVAILABLE
Physical description xi, 232 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [201]-218) and index.
Contents Introduction / Stewart Mottram and Sarah Prescott -- 1. Early modern Welsh nationalism and the British history / Grace Jones -- 2. Writing on borderlines: Anglo-Welsh relations in Thomas Churchyard's The worthines of Wales / Liz Oakley-Brown -- 3. Green tights and swordfights: Edward I and the making of memories / Alex May -- 4. 'Prince of Wales by Cambria's full consent'?: the princedom of Wales and the early modern stage / Marisa R. Cull -- 5. William Browne and the writing of early Stuart Wales / Stewart Mottram -- 6. Morgan Llwyd and the foundations of the 'Nonconformist nation' / M. Wynn Thomas -- 7. 'If there be helicon in Wales it is': writing Wales in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century poetry / Sarah Prescott -- 8. 'No rebellious jarring noise': expressions of Loyalty to the British state in eighteenth-century Welsh writing / Bethan Jenkins -- 9. 'Walking conundrums': masquerades, riddles, and national identity in late eighteenth-century Wales / Mary Chadwick -- 10. Haunted by history: Welsh Gothic 1780-1800 / Janes Aaron.
Other author Mottram, Stewart James.
Prescott, Sarah, 1968-
Subject English literature -- History and criticism.
Welsh literature -- History and criticism.
National characteristics, Welsh, in literature.
Wales -- In literature.
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