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An Open Door: New Travel Writings for a Precarious Country

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Cydnabyddir yn eang fod hanes Cymru wedi tyfu yn greadigaeth llenorion Rhamantaidd Seisnig, ond mae'r gyfrol hon yn troi hynny ben i waered, trwy droi golwg Cymru ar weddill y byd. Mae'r newid hwn yn amserol: mae ymadawiad Prydain â'r Undeb Ewropeaidd yn peri holi cwestiynau am berthynas Cymru â'i gorffennol, gwladwriaeth Prydain, Ewrop a thu hwnt.

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The history of Wales as a destination and confection of English Romantic writers is well-known, but this book reverses the process, turning a Welsh gaze on the rest of the world. This shift is timely: the severing of Britain from the European Union asks questions of Wales about its relationship to its own past, to the British state, to Europe and beyond.

Awduron / Writers:  Eluned Gramich, Grace Quantock. Faisal Ali, Sophie Buchaillard, Giancarlo Gemin, Sian Melangell Dafydd, Mary-Ann Constantine, Kandace Siobhan Walker, Neil Gower, Julie Brominicks, Electra Rhodes

Golygydd: Steven Lovatt

Cyhoeddwr:  Parthian

Dyddiad:  2022

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