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Distant Fields - Essays in Eighteenth-Century Fictions of Wales
Moira Dearnley
ISBN: 9780708316955 (0708316956)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Medi 2001
Cyhoeddwr: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press, Caerdydd
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Astudiaeth o ddetholiad o destunau ffuglen Saesneg yn ymwneud â Chymru o'r 18fed ganrif gan awduron cyfarwydd, a llai cyfarwydd, yn adlewyrchu cyd-destunau cymdeithasol a chenedlaethol, diwylliannol a chrefyddol y testunau, gyda nodiadau manwl a rhestr o destunau eraill tebyg. 11 llun du-a-gwyn.

An exploration of a selection of 18th century English fiction texts relating to Wales by familiar and less well-known authors, reflecting the social and national, cultural and religious contexts of the texts, with detailed notes and a list of other similar 18th century fictions. 11 black-and-white illustrations.
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Eighteenth-century English fictions are full of stereotypical images of Wales and the Welsh, from the popular lampooning of the Welsh as dishonest, credulous and superstitious to the idealization of Wales as the home of the noble savage and a place of natural virtue and innocence. The Wales of these fictions is an imagined nation, rarely brought into being by the Welsh themselves.
Moira Dearnley explores a selection of eighteenth-century texts that, while they record an important part of the history of the Welsh people, have received little critical attention in Wales. She looks at both familiar and less well-known authors, from Tobias Smollett to Mary ‘Perdita’ Robinson, and traces the varied ways in which ‘that principality contiguous to England’ was represented.
Distant Fields: Essays on Eighteenth-Century Fictions of Wales is a pioneering book dealing with a little-explored subject and will appeal to all those interested in questions of nation and narration, the cultural and national contexts of eighteenth-century fiction, and the history and development of fictions of Wales.
Moira Dearnley is a teacher and writer. She is the author of The Poetry of Christopher Smart (1968) and Margiad Evans (1982), as well as That Watery Glass (1973) and Icarus and Other Stories (1981).
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