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Emyr Humphreys

Conversations and Reflections

Author(s): Emyr Humphreys
Editor(s): M. Wynn Thomas

Language: English

Genre(s): Welsh Interest

Series: Writing Wales in English

  • March 2004 · 256pages · 216x138mm

  • ·Paperback - 9780708317358
  • · eBook - pdf - 9781417514946

About The Book

This volume offers a section of the most important essays published by Emyr Humphreys over a 30-year period. The essays are prefaced by a series of discusssions which explore some of the intellectual concerns and motifs that have recurred throughout Humphreys’ work.

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'... a fascinating work of one of Wales's most significant creative writers and cultural activists.' The Western Mail 'We must be grateful to editor Wynn Thomas and the University of Wales Press for gathering together for this volume a batch of Emyr Humphreys's "occasional writings" and for presenting them with such originality, wrapped in a sequence of perceptive interviews between editor and author ... an indispensable guide ... ' Gwales

About the Author(s)

Emyr Humphreys

During a remarkable career spanning over seventy years as a writer, Emyr Humphreys has published more than two dozen novels (many of them prize-winning), as well as several collections of short stories.

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About the Editor(s)

M. Wynn Thomas

M. Wynn Thomas is Professor of English and Emyr Humphreys Professor of Welsh Writing in English at Swansea University.

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