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Gwybodaeth Lyfryddol
Histories of Europe: Cornwall
Bernard Deacon
ISBN: 9780708320327 (0708320325)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Tachwedd 2007
Cyhoeddwr: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press, Caerdydd
Fformat: Clawr Caled, 216x138 mm, 192 tudalen Iaith: Saesneg Allan o Stoc - Archebir yn l y galw Ein Pris: £55.00 
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Y mae'r llyfr hwn yn bwrw golwg ar hanes unigryw Cernyw dros y canrifoedd, o'i dechreuad fel teyrnas Frythonig annibynnol, yna yn dalaith ganoloesol ac iddi ddiwylliant brodorol, yn ardal ddiwydiannol bwysig yn y ddeunawfed a'r bedwaredd ganrif ar ddeg, hyd at y presennol - yn baradocsaidd, yn genedl, yn ardal ac yn sir ar yr un pryd.

This book traces the creative tensions produced by Cornwall's unique history, from an independent British kingdom through a culturally distinct medieval province and a prominent industrial region in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to its present location as a post-industrial paradox: nation, region and county all wrapped in one.
Bywgraffiad Awdur:
Bernard Deacon is Lecturer in Cornish Studies in the Institute of Cornish Studies, based at the University of Exeter's Cornwall campus near Penryn. Born and brought up in east Cornwall, he worked for several years teaching social sciences and politics for the Open University and Cornish history for the Department of Lifelong Learning at Exeter University, before joining the Institute of Cornish Studies in 2001. He is currently researching and writing on the migration and community history of nineteenth century Cornwall.
Gwybodaeth Bellach:
Cornwall, one of Britain's most popular tourist destinations, is also one of the least well understood. In Cornwall today there is a greater recognition of Cornish identity, and the close Celtic ties with Wales and Brittany, than ever before. But its Celtic history co-exists with a thousand years of political and cultural influence from England. Imagined as both Celtic country and English county, Cornwall is a land of contrasts. This book traces the creative tensions produced by its unique history, from an independent British kingdom through a culturally distinct medieval province and a prominent industrial region in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to its present location as a post-industrial paradox: nation, region and county all wrapped in one.

'Bernard Deacon has done an excellent job in collating, condensing and analyzing this huge range of work. This is a useful and readable book dealing with often complex and conflicting issues and events in a lucid and highly informative way.'
Anthony Wood, Planet 190
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