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Early Welsh Poetry - Studies in the Book of Aneirin

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Early Welsh Poetry, and in particular The Gododdin traditionally ascribed to the sixth-century poet Aneirin, is an area of increasing interest for historians of early Britain and specialists in Welsh and Irish literature. This collection of studies comprises papers given by leading scholars in the field at an international colloquium on early Welsh poetry in 1984. It is one of the most significant and challenging series of essays to appear on the subject in recent years and it offers a number of new avenues of study, fifty years after the publication of Ilor Williams' seminal Canu Aneirin.

The edges of the dust jacket have suffered some nibbling, bumping and there is a small nick on the outside edge. The dust jacket has been subjected to a light source and has faded, which is especially noticeable on the back of this book. The binding is tight and intact.

There is a name in ink on the inside cover, but the rest of the book has no markings, highlighting, or underscoring.

Item details

Author(s):
Edited by Brynley F. Roberts
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
25cms (L) 16.5cms (W) 2.5cms (D)
Edition:
First Edition - 1988
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
212
Publisher:
National Library of Wales
Title:
Early Welsh Poetry - Studies in the Book of Aneirin

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Early Welsh Poetry, and in particular The Gododdin traditionally ascribed to the sixth-century poet Aneirin, is an area of increasing interest for historians of early Britain and specialists in Welsh and Irish literature. This collection of studies comprises papers given by leading scholars in the field at an international colloquium on early Welsh poetry in 1984. It is one of the most significant and challenging series of essays to appear on the subject in recent years and it offers a number of new avenues of study, fifty years after the publication of Ilor Williams' seminal Canu Aneirin.

The edges of the dust jacket have suffered some nibbling, bumping and there is a small nick on the outside edge. The dust jacket has been subjected to a light source and has faded, which is especially noticeable on the back of this book. The binding is tight and intact.

There is a name in ink on the inside cover, but the rest of the book has no markings, highlighting, or underscoring.

Author(s):
Edited by Brynley F. Roberts
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
25cms (L) 16.5cms (W) 2.5cms (D)
Edition:
First Edition - 1988
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
212
Publisher:
National Library of Wales
Title:
Early Welsh Poetry - Studies in the Book of Aneirin

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