Islands enjoy a prominent place in the Welsh imagination, so much so that we might call Wales an ‘islophiliac’ nation (Pete Hay). This is perhaps understandable, given the abundance of islands peppering the coastline: from tiny, uninhabited (and, to anglophone eyes, misleadingly named) islands such as Ynys y Bîg in the Menai Straits, to the […]
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