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Gwybodaeth Lyfryddol
Writing Wales in English: Welsh Environments in Contemporary Poetry
Matthew Jarvis
ISBN: 9780708321522 (0708321526)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Hydref 2008
Cyhoeddwr: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press, Caerdydd
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Llyfr sy'n dadansoddi sut y mae barddonaieth gyfoes yn Gymraeg a Saesneg yn ystyried Cymru fel 'gofod' dynol a ffisegol, o fewn cyd-destun 'eco-feirniadol' - modd newydd o feirniadu llenyddiaeth sy'n deillio o gonsýrn ynghylch yr amgylchedd. Dyma un o'r meysydd rhyng-ddisgyblaethol newydd i ymddangos yn ddiweddar ym myd astudiaethau llenyddol a diwylliannol.

This book analyses how contemporary Welsh poetry, in both Welsh and English, constructs Wales as both human and physical space, within the context of 'ecocriticism', a literary critical practice that emerges out of environmentalist concern. It is one of the most recent interdisciplinary fields to have emerged in literary and cultural studies.
Bywgraffiad Awdur:
Dr Matthew Jarvis was until June 2005 a Lecturer in the Department of English, Aberystwyth University. He is now the Anthony Dyson Fellow in Poetry/Cymrodor Anthony Dyson Mewn Barddoniaeth, Department of English, University of Wales Lampeter.
Gwybodaeth Bellach:
Welsh Environments in Contemporary Poetry examines the question of how recent English-language poetry from Wales has responded to the diverse physical environments of Wales. The first volume to offer a sustained assessment of Welsh poetry in English within the context of recent developments in environmental literary criticism, this book also draws on aspects of human geography to explore the rich contemporary poetics of Welsh space and place.

Opening with an examination of poets from the 1960s as well as the early work of R. S. Thomas, Welsh Environments in Contemporary Poetry subsequently concentrates on the poetry of writers who have come to prominence since the 1970s: Gillian Clarke, Ruth Bidgood, Robert Minhinnick, Mike Jenkins, Christine Evans, and Ian Davidson. Careful close reading of key texts reveals the way in which these writers variously create Welsh places, landscapes, and environments fashioning rural and urban spaces into poetic geographies that are both abundantly physical and inescapably cultural.

Far from reducing Wales to mere scenery, the poetry that emerges from this book engages with the environments of Wales, not just for their own sake, but as a crucial way of exploring key issues in Welsh culture from the negotiation of female identity in a land of masculine myths to the exploration of Welsh space in a global context.
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