'The bard is a very singular character' : Iolo Morganwg, marginalia and print culture / Ffion Mair Jones.

A cunning and successful literary forger, Iolo Morganwg has been a controversial figure within Welsh literary tradition and history ever since his death in 1826. During his lifetime, however, he was largely a figure on the margins of Welsh literary society, who found the task of getting his work int...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Jones, Ffion Mair.
Format: Book
Published: Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 2010.
Series:Iolo Morganwg and the Romantic tradition in Wales.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • List of Figures; Preface; Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; 'Ai ovn oedd?' (Was it fear?): Iolo Morganwg as editor; 'Ddoe, heddyw, ag yn dragywydd' (Yesterday, today, and everlastingly): Iolo Morganwg as reader; 'Aneirif bapirau didrefn' (Countless disorderly papers):Iolo Morganwg the writer; Editorial Methods; Thomas Llewelyn, Historical and Critical Remarks on the BritishTongue; Iolo Morganwg's books; Taliesin ab Iolo's books; Language; Dialect; Idioms and proverbs; Grammar and morphology; Vocabulary; Terminology; Literature; English poetry; Translations into English.
  • Welsh strict-metre poetryWelsh free-metre poetry; Anecdotes; Welsh hymns; Hymns
  • introductory material; Miscellaneous; Agriculture; Archaeology; Architecture; Geology; History; Horticulture; Names and family history; Politics; Religion; Topography; Select Bibliography; Index.