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Saunders Lewis Manuscripts,
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'1938',

Typescript draft, with some autograph revision, of Saunders Lewis's television play, '1938', first performed on BBC Wales Television, 27 February 1978, and subsequently published in Y Cyrnol Chabert a 1938 (Pen-y-groes: Gwasg Dwyfor...

Saunders Lewis.

'John-Sack-and-Sugar' articles,

Twelve articles, 1921-2, written by Saunders Lewis for the Workington Star, under the pseudonym 'John-Sack-and-Sugar', mostly discussing English, Irish and French literature.

Saunders Lewis.

Address, &c.,

A draft of 'Y Blaid Genedlaethol a Marxiaeth', an address by Saunders Lewis to the Caernarfonshire Conference of the Welsh Nationalist Party, 26 February 1938; and other miscellaneous papers, 1922-89.

Saunders Lewis.

Barddoniaeth R. Williams Parry,

A notebook containing transcripts by D. Myrddin Lloyd of over eighty poems by Robert Williams Parry, mostly composed between 1924 and 1948, many of which later appeared in Cerddi'r Gaeaf (Dinbych, 1952). Details of date and place of first pub...

D. Myrddin Lloyd.

Caernarfon court speech,

First draft of Saunders Lewis's address to the jury during his trial at Caernarfon Assizes, October 1936, for arson at Penyberth Bombing School. The address was subsequently published as a pamphlet, Why we burnt the Bombing School (1936). Als...

Saunders Lewis.

Cell y Grog,

Typescript draft, with minor autograph revision, of Saunders Lewis's radio play 'Cell y Grog', first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Wales, 2 March 1974, and subsequently published in Taliesin 31 (1975).

Saunders Lewis.

Cymru Fydd,

Typescript draft (end wanting), with some autograph revision, of Saunders Lewis's play Cymru Fydd (Llandybïe, 1967), first performed at the National Eisteddfod of Wales, Y Bala, 1967; together with a photocopy (ff. 72-118) of ff. 1-29, 55-71 ...

Saunders Lewis.

Drama deledu,

First draft, [1940s], of an unfinished television play in Welsh by Saunders Lewis, based on the novel Journal d'un curé de campagne (Paris, 1936) by Georges Bernanos. A note, 1975, by Saunders Lewis (f. ii) explains why the play was never com...

Saunders Lewis.

Dwy Briodas Ann,

Typescript, with some autograph revision, of Saunders Lewis's play Dwy Briodas Ann, first performed on BBC Wales Television, 16 October 1973, and published in Dramâu'r Parlwr (Llandybïe, 1975).

Saunders Lewis.

Erthyglau a nodiadau,

Articles and notes, [c. 1920]-1979, in Welsh and English, mainly by Saunders Lewis, some written on the back of letters addressed to him, including an apparently unpublished article, 'Y Bomiau a Chwm Dulas' and drafts of articles on Gutu...

Saunders Lewis.

Letters to Margaret Gilcriest,

Seventeen letters, 1914, from Saunders Lewis to Margaret Gilcriest, written whilst he was a private soldier at Knowsley Park military camp, Merseyside, including references to English and Irish literature, and a draft of one of his own poems, enti...

Saunders Lewis.

Letters to Margaret Gilcriest,

Fifty letters, 1921, from Saunders Lewis to Margaret Gilcriest, written while pursuing his research work at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth, and later while working as a librarian at Pont-y-clun; together with two letters from Professor...

Saunders Lewis and Oliver Elton.

Letters to Margaret Gilcriest,

Sixty-one letters, 1918, from Saunders Lewis to Margaret Gilcriest, written from hospital and army camps in the Liverpool and Manchester areas, and later from Italy and Greece, where he served as an intelligence officer at Athens, and including a ...

Saunders Lewis.

Letters to Margaret Gilcriest,

Fifty-seven letters and two letter cards, 1920, from Saunders Lewis to Margaret Gilcriest, written while studying at Liverpool University and while pursuing his research work at the National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth, with many references to...

Saunders Lewis.

Letters to Margaret Gilcriest,

Fifty-five letters, 1922-3, from Saunders Lewis to Margaret Gilcriest, written while he was working as a rural librarian for the Glamorgan County Library at Pont-y-clun, and later as a lecturer in the Department of Welsh at University College, Swa...

Saunders Lewis.

Letters to Margaret Gilcriest,

Eighty letters and a postcard, 1916, from Saunders Lewis to Margaret Gilcriest, many written from the trenches in France, including drafts of his poems (ff. 22 recto-verso, 118 verso, 119 verso, 143).

Saunders Lewis.

Letters to Margaret Gilcriest,

Forty-seven letters, 1924-6, from Saunders Lewis to Margaret Gilcriest. Early letters, 1924, discuss marriage and his family's opposition to Margaret because she was a Catholic. Later letters, 1926, to Margaret at Holyhead, contain references...

Saunders Lewis and Ellen Thomas.

Letters to Margaret Gilcriest,

One hundred and six letters and a telegram, 1915, from Saunders Lewis to Margaret Gilcriest, written while serving as a private soldier in Merseyside and later as an officer with the South Wales Borderers, and containing references to literature, ...

Saunders Lewis.

Letters to Margaret Gilcriest,

Forty-eight letters, 1917, from Saunders Lewis to Margaret Gilcriest, from the trenches in France and, following his injury, from convalescent homes in England, together with a press cutting and two letters, 1991, relating to Luton Hoo, co. Bedfor...

Saunders Lewis and others.

Letters to Margaret Lewis,

Thirteen letters and a postcard, 1927-32, from Saunders Lewis to his wife, Margaret, one written at the Plaid Cymru Summer School at Llandeilo, 1928, on his departure for a French holiday, and the remainder sent from France whilst on summer holida...

Saunders Lewis.

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