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The Correspondence of Thomas Stephens (Paperback)

Revolutionising Welsh Scholarship in the Mid-Nineteenth Century through Knowledge Exchange

P&S History > Humanities > Language & Literature

Imprint: Celtic Studies Publications
Series: Celtic Studies Publications
Pages: 272
ISBN: 9781891271304
Published: 31st December 2020
Casemate UK Academic

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Thomas Stephens was one of the most significant and controversial nineteenth-century Welsh scholars. His Literature of the Kymry (1849) was the first work to apply modern critical scholarship to medieval Welsh literature. Throughout his career, he was an outspoken critic of unscrupulous interpretations of the Welsh and Celtic past. His scholarly ability brought him into correspondence with notable writers from not only Wales, but across the world. Indeed, writing the year after his death, B. T. Williams noted that the publication of his correspondence ‘would be welcomed by all Celtic scholars’, as it includes comments by many of the most noted historians, literary critics and Celticists of his day on a wide range of subjects. More than this, however, Stephens’s correspondence shows the complex networks of knowledge exchange which stretched across the nineteenth-century scholarly world and, within those networks, the development of modern Welsh and Celtic studies.

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