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Thomas Gwynn Jones gan David Jenkins (1973 Welsh First edition)

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Enillodd T Gwynn Jones fri fel ysgolhaig ,bardd a llenor yn ymdrin a testunau rhamantus fel 'Ymadawiad Arthur' , 'Gwlad y Bryniau' a 'Madog'.Ymhlith y testunau a gynhwysir yn y gyfrol hon , mae Llencyndod, taith i'r Aifft a Coleg Abertystwyth a Cefndir T Gwynn Jones ei hun.
Siaced lwch du a brown ,llythrennau gwyn,clawr brown a llythrennu euraidd , stamp llyfrgell y tu fewn.

T Gwynn Jones is highly regarded as a scholar, poet and literary on many themes of a romantic nature such as ' The Departure of Arthur ' and 'Madoc'. Amongst topics covered in this publication are 'A journey to Egypt' Aberystwyth University and T Gwynn Jones' background.

Tan coloured illustrated hardback book with dust-jacket.
Th jacket is in good condition with minor scuffing to edged . It has not been price clipped.
The tan hardboards and spine are in very good condition with no discernible signs of wear.
Pages are tight and intact
There is a faint library mark to the inside of the frontispiece

Item details

Author(s):
David Jenkins
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
22 x 15 x 3 cm
Edition:
1973 First edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
401
Publisher:
Gwasg Gee

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Enillodd T Gwynn Jones fri fel ysgolhaig ,bardd a llenor yn ymdrin a testunau rhamantus fel 'Ymadawiad Arthur' , 'Gwlad y Bryniau' a 'Madog'.Ymhlith y testunau a gynhwysir yn y gyfrol hon , mae Llencyndod, taith i'r Aifft a Coleg Abertystwyth a Cefndir T Gwynn Jones ei hun.
Siaced lwch du a brown ,llythrennau gwyn,clawr brown a llythrennu euraidd , stamp llyfrgell y tu fewn.

T Gwynn Jones is highly regarded as a scholar, poet and literary on many themes of a romantic nature such as ' The Departure of Arthur ' and 'Madoc'. Amongst topics covered in this publication are 'A journey to Egypt' Aberystwyth University and T Gwynn Jones' background.

Tan coloured illustrated hardback book with dust-jacket.
Th jacket is in good condition with minor scuffing to edged . It has not been price clipped.
The tan hardboards and spine are in very good condition with no discernible signs of wear.
Pages are tight and intact
There is a faint library mark to the inside of the frontispiece

Author(s):
David Jenkins
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
22 x 15 x 3 cm
Edition:
1973 First edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
401
Publisher:
Gwasg Gee

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