Dafydd Ap Gwilym: A Selection of Poems

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Gomer Press, 1982 - Love poetry, Welsh - 207 pages
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Annotated translations of a selection of the Welsh fourteenth century poet's work together with the original Welsh text and a general introduction explaining the literary and historical background. First published in 1982.

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User Review  - MichaelMac - LibraryThing

Dafydd ap Gwilym was writing in the fourteenth century, about the same time as Chaucer was writing in England. This is a parallel text, and to my totally untutored eye, it seems that his poetry is ... Read full review

Review: The Welsh Classics Vol. 1: Dafydd AP Gwilym: Poems (Welsh Classics Vol. 1)

User Review  - Michael Murray - Goodreads

These translations of this eminent 14th century Welsh poet are by an academic and most decidedly not a writer. The translations are a little wooden, and a lot dull. Great pity. Great writer. Read full review


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Rachel Bromwich is an honorary professor of Welsh at the University of Wales–Lampeter.

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