T.H. Jones: Poet of Exile

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Notes

Prologue

1 Edward Richards, Homage to a Poet, unpublished script recorded BBC, 24 June 1965. Version transmitted 29 July 1965 (TCF 50821).

2 T. H. Jones, ‘Rhiannon’, CP 116.

3 T. H. Jones, ‘For my grandfather’, Collected Poems of T. H. Jones, (hereafter CP), ed. Julian Croft and Don Dale-Jones (Llandysul, Gomer Press, 1977), 190.

4 T. H. Jones, ‘The Welshman in exile speaks’, CP 118.

5 T. H. Jones, ‘Builth Wells’, CP 116.

6 Theophilus Jones, A History of the County of Brecknock, vol. 1 (Brecknock, 1909), 225–6.

7 Ibid.

8 Jacques Derrida, The Ear of the Other: Otobiography, Transference, Translations (texts and discussions with Derrida), trans. Peggy Kamuf, ed. Christie V. Macdonald (NewYork, Schocken Books, 1985), 44–5.

9 Thomas Price, The Literary Remains of Thomas Price, Carnhuanawc, with a Memoir of his Life by JaneWilliams, Ysgafell (hereafter JWTP), vol. 2 (Llandovery, 1855), 8–9.

10 Ibid., 28.

11 Emyr Humphreys, The Taliesin Tradition (Bridgend, Seren Books, 1983), 130.

12JWTP, vol. 2, 36.

13 ‘Being then very young and always modest and unpretending he was accustomed nevertheless to take great delight in listening to the discussions held by the most intelligent of the elder boys upon various points suggested by their lessons. Whenever any of them chanced to deviate from the true course of argument he would gravely interpose saying, “Stop, stop, multum in parvo.”’ Ibid., 39.

14 T. H. Jones, ‘Cwmchwefri’, CP 130.

15 Ibid.

16 William Wordsworth, The Poems, vol. 1 (London, Penguin Books, 1977), 554.

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