Early summer last year saw the culmination of a mammoth undertaking by editors Gwyn Griffiths and Meic Stephens, as their landmark overview of Welsh literary history, The Old Red Tongue, An Anthology of Welsh Literature – volume eight in the Lesser Used Languages of Europe series – was published to deserving celebration. Spanning a millennium […]
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