Keidrych Rhys was one of the most influential writers in Wales in the 1940s and 1950s and this fascinating book not only features Rhys’s only poetry collection but also a variety of uncollected and unpublished poems. Including selected prose writings and the forewords to his influential anthologies Modern Welsh Poetry and Poems from the Forces, this account also provides biographical information and literary criticism. As it exposes a writer whose taste for controversy ultimately undermined his poetic career, this book also celebrates Rhys’s talent.
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About the Author
Charles Mundye is a lecturer in English at the University of Hull and the author of Ezra Pound’s Operas: An Analytical and Contextual Study and A Survey of Modernist Poetry and a Pamphlet Against Anthologies.