A WELCH INTERLUDE
Lien ae Awen
A Welsh Literary Review
NOVELS, verse, essays, works on theology and other subjects-in fact every phase of Welsh literature has found some noted contributor during the year that has just passed and there have been many outstanding books. Further, the quantity and quality of Welsh periodicals have shown signs of a gradual but steady improvement, and a better appreciation of the needs of their readers.
Mr. Caradog Prichard , who is one of the chief adjudicators at the Welsh National Eisteddfod next year, will give a retrospect of the books published in 1931.
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