Series 3. - Contributions to the journal,

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Contributions to the journal,


  • 1988-2002. (Creation)

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11 folders, 1 volume.

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Various papers, 1988-2002, relating to contributions to the New Welsh Review and items published in the journal. Included are images, poems and short stories submitted to the Review; poetry reports; the Reviews Editor's file; papers relating to an article on Shakespeare's Welsh connection; the campaign supporting R. S. Thomas's nomination for the Nobel Prize for Literature 1996; a poem by Nigel Jenkins on George Thomas, Viscount Tonypandy; and a series of articles entitled 'Welsh greats of the century'.

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Arranged chronologically in eleven files at NLW; original order has been retained within each file unless otherwise noted.

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Further contributions to the journal are included amongst the papers in series 1 and 2; and poetry reports by John Pikoulis are in 1/13.

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Preferred citation: 3.

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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  • Text: 3.