Edward Thomas and World Literary Studies uses cutting-edge models of ‘world literature’ to present the ‘quintessentially English’ writer, Edward Thomas, as a pioneering figure in an Anglophone Welsh literary tradition, a controversial reading that contributes to the present-day reconfiguration of cultural relations between Wales, England, Scotland and Ireland.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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