Makers of Modern Wales'
1500-1900 by DAVID WILLIAMS , Lecturer in History at the University College,
Lesson 12: 'Vavasor Powell and Stephen Hughes '
Vavasor Powell , the ' Metropolitan of the itinerant preachers ' in the Cromwellian period, is a highly controversial character. To the Puritans of his time and since, he was a heroic soldier-preacher ; to the late
Archbishop of Wales (Dr. Edwards) he was ' part fanatic, part rogue .
Be ddisgwyliwn oddi wrth y
Ddrama heddiw ?
E T. Williams
(A discussion between Leyshon
Williams and E. J. Williams on ' What do we expect from Drama today ? ')
Y nawfeel mewn cyfres o sgyrsiau arbennig ar gyfer Cylchoedd Trafod yng Nghymru yn trin y gwananol ffurfiau mewn llenyddiaeth, hynnv yw, barddoniaeth, yr ysgrif, y stori fer, y nofel, y ddrama
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