Twentieth Century Anglo-Welsh Poetry
Seren, Jan 1, 2004 - Poetry - 279 pages
This definitive collection displays the beauty and elegance of the best in Welsh poetry from the 20th century. Chosen by one of Wales’s most celebrated contemporary poets, this compilation spans the breadth of Welsh life, including the poetry of Georgian influenced W. H. Davies and Edward Thomas, Welsh-language enthusiasts Tony Conran and Nigel Jenkins, and politically inspired Tony Curtis and Duncan Bush. Hundreds of other important Welsh poets are also represented, including John Ormond, Leslie Norris, Harry Webb, Jean Earle, and Gwyneth Lewis. This new edition brings the century completely up to date with the inclusion of work by outstanding new poets Owen Sheers, Sarah Corbett, Kate Bingham and Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch.
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W H Davies 18711940
A G PrysJones 18881987
David Jones 18951974
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