Illuminations: An Anthology of Welsh Short Prose

Synopsis

A fairly new phenomenon in the Welsh literary tradition, the Essay only became a recognized literary form in the Welsh language in the 1920's due to the pioneering work of its first great exponent T.H. Parry Williams. Since then the essay has flourished in Welsh literature and ILLUMINATIONS AN ANTHOLOGY WELSH SHORT PROSE gives the English reader access to this rich literary vein. In addition to the essays themselves, Meic Stephens also provides a brief biographicalo note on each writer and useful explanatory information on incidents or references mentioned in each essay.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Meic Stephens
  • O. M. Edwards
  • Eluned Morgan
  • R. Williams Parry
  • W. J. Gruffydd
  • Meic Stephens
  • O. M. Edwards
  • Eluned Morgan
  • R. Williams Parry
  • W. J. Gruffydd
  • T. H. Parry-Williams
  • J. O. Williams
  • Saunders Lewis
  • Robert Beynon
  • T. Gwynn Jones
  • R. T. Jenkins
  • Iorwerth C. Peate
  • D. Gwenallt Jones
  • Ffransis G. Payne
  • Jac L. Williams
  • E. Morgan Humphreys
  • T. J. Morgan
  • D. J. Williams
  • E. Tegla Davies
  • Harri Gwynn
  • Ifor Williams
  • Islwyn Ffowc Elis
  • R. Gerallt
  • Ifan Gruffydd
  • Gomer M. Roberts
  • Kate Roberts
  • Dafydd Rowlands
  • J. G. Williams
  • R. Tudur Jones
  • Alun Llywelyn-Williams
  • Urien Wiliam
  • Glyn M. Ashton
  • Gwilym R. Jones
  • Dyfnallt Morgan
  • R. Emyr Jones
  • Selyf Roberts
  • Eirwen Gwynn
  • D. Tecwyn Lloyd
  • Hafina Clwyd
  • Rhydwen Williams
  • John Gruffydd Jones
  • Gwilym Tudur
  • William Owen
  • Gareth Miles
  • R. S. Thomas
  • Bryan Martin Davies
  • John Roberts Williams
  • Eigra Lewis Roberts
  • Prys Morgan
  • Gruffudd Parry
  • Bernard Evans
  • Gareth Alban Davies
  • Robin Williams
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Cardiff, Wales
Publication year:
  • 1998