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An introduction to Anglo-Welsh Literature

Proofs of the first edition of Raymond Garlick, An Introduction to Anglo-Welsh Literature (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1970), used by the author as copy for the second edition, published 1972.
Each folio consists of two pages printed side-by-side, comprising proofs of the title page and pp. 1-97 (ff. 4-52). These are preceded by a new typescript prologue, dated May 1972 (ff. 1-3) and followed by an author’s note (pasted in on f. 53). Minor corrections and emendations have been supplied by the author in red and black ink; more substantial alterations and additions to the text have been supplied in typescript as paste overs or as paper flaps attached to page margins (ff. 8, 10-11, 13, 28-30, 32, 34, 39, 42, 50).

Margiad Evans Papers,

  • GB 0210 MARANS
  • Fonds
  • [1930s]-[1958x1965] /

Papers relating to and created by Margiad Evans (Peggy Eileen Whistler), [1930s]-[1958x1965], comprising material for an unpublished critical biography of Margiad Evans, compiled by W. Arnold Thorpe, [1936x1965], including transcripts by Thorpe of poems, prose and letters by Margiad Evans, scripts of radio broadcasts and extracts of reviews of Margiad Evans's published prose works; correspondence relating to information on Margiad Evans; biographical and related material; Whistler family photographs; notes by W. Arnold Thorpe and source material; together with manuscripts and papers of Margiad Evans, including drafts and copies of poems, some unpublished [c. 1945]-[1958]; unpublished and published prose works, [c. 1930s]-[1958]; notebooks and journals, which include drafts of poems and prose pieces, 1942-[1950s]; correspondence, mainly from Margiad Evans to her husband, 1934-1958; reviews of Autobiography and A Ray of Darkness[1943-1952]; drawings including drawings representing eighteen out of the thirty illustrations for Alfred Williams, Tales from the Panchatantra (Oxford, 1930); and family papers, 1939-[1950s].

Additional papers donated October 2021: see added Series.

Evans, Margiad, 1909-1958.

Robert Graves letter to Gwyn Jones,

Letter, 4 January 1946, from Robert Graves, Galmpton, nr Brixham, Devon, to Gwyn Jones, in which the sender discusses the literary future of Wales and argues for the Mabinogion as a possible influence on Shakespeare's Tempest.

Graves, Robert, 1895-1985