Griffith’s Welsh odyssey

Mining new perspectives

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  • Published 20220428
  • ISBN: 978-1-922212-71-9
  • Extent: 264pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm), eBook

I am going away to England on Friday… I may go away with a tranquil mind and I am quite sure I shall.
Sir Samuel Griffith, Telegraph (Brisbane), 29 January 1887

Countless figures in Welsh mythology stumble into hidden labyrinths, are lured down potholes and spend long years in subterranean states of being.
Jan Morris

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Raymond Evans

Raymond Evans is a well-known Australian radical social historian and emerging poet. His latest publication is Reeling Backwards: Poems of Reversal and Reflection (Ginninderra...

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