The Blue Cell contains seven lyric poems, all focused on the lives of early medieval Welsh saints: almost every poem is written entirely in tercets, with internal rhyming throughout. The effect is a series of vignettes, all told with precision, beauty, and depth. Lewis’ pamphlet contains a prefatory Note on the saints to aid readers […]
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