In 2015, we fortuitously presented papers on the same panel at the inaugural Modernist Network Cymru (MONC) conference, bringing together the work of Kathleen Freeman (1897–1959), lecturer in Greek (from 1919 to 1946) at what is now Cardiff University and her better known former student, Dorothy Edwards (1902–34). What we discovered, and continue to investigate, […]
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Looking for Dorothy Edwards

Steven Lovatt visits Rhiwbina in an attempt to explain themes of detachment and unreality in the author’s work

PUBLISHED ON: 25/07/17


It’s essential to the narrative microclimates of Dorothy Edwards’ stories that nothing very much seems to take place in them, but if the phrase ‘to ta …

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