This snazzy-looking book is subtitled Essays on the Future of Wales, but many of the nineteen short pieces collected therein are bits of memoir, diary entries and freeform reflections – and where the authors linger on the recent past, the ancient one seeps through. This is inevitable but also a potential trap. As the editors’ […]
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