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    W Richard Bowen (Swansea University)

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    Nathan Llywelyn Munday (Cardiff University and Aberystwyth University)

    ‘Ann heard Him speak, and Pantycelyn’: The Unexpected Relationship between R. S. Thomas and the Calvinistic Methodists

About this Journal

The International Journal of Welsh Writing in English is the premier journal for current research on Welsh literature in the English language, Welsh drama and performance in English, translation, cultural studies and related areas. The journal was first published in 1995 as Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays. For a history of the journal, and listings of all previous articles and reviews published in it, please see the information provided on the website of the Association for Welsh Writing in English.

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