New Welsh Review 46, Autumn 1999
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Linda Adams reviews The Language of the Blue Books Gwyneth Tyson Robert's study of the 1847 Report into the State of Education.
• Small, timeless worlds enclosed by friendship by Leslie Norris
A critique of "The Collected Stories of Glyn Jones" edited with an introduction by Tony Brown.
• Taking Welsh sensibility into the wider world by Ozi Rhys Osmond
Welsh Greats of the Century: Artists. "At the beginning of this century there were few Welsh Artists, however we are now witnessing an enormous growth in activity in all of the arts."
• Wales's theatres of lethargy and destruction by Brian Davies
A review of two volumes of work by the English social historian, Raphael Samuel: Theatres of Memory, Volumes I & II
• A fiercely mourning house by Walford Davies
Walford Davies reviews A Reference Companion to Dylan Thomas by James A Davies
• In a strange land (part 11) by Richard Poole
The conclusion of Richard Poole's study of Glyn Jones's novel, The Island of Apples.
• Fruitful earth, poetic space by Topher Mills
• Beliefs by David Winwood
• Out of the Scrapheap by Roger Granelli
• Lord of the Animals by Tony Conran
• Before the Deluge by Ryan Ablett
• Your Number's Up by Penny Pearce
Editor: Robin Reeves