Rhiannon Ifans





Rhiannon Ifans



Dr Rhiannon Ifans’ main field of research is medieval Welsh literature, both poetry and prose. She is the foremost scholar working in the field of the Welsh carol and related texts, and as editor of the old-established and authoritative journal relating to Welsh folksong, Canu Gwerin, she has made a significant contribution to the publication of Welsh music and research.

She has also published extensively on Welsh folk life and folk culture, Welsh theatre (with special reference to the eighteenth-century interludes), and new research by Dr Ifans proves that the first published literary volume by a woman was the work of Jane Ellis, an important milestone in the assessment of Welsh publishing. An award-winning children’s author, she is a regul
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Tales from the Celtic Count...

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Gwerthfawrogi'r Chwedlau

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Owain Glynd˜wr, Tywysog Cymru

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Mabinogi'r Plant

it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 1 rating — published 1986
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Owain Glyndwr: Prince of Wales

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The Legends of King Arthur

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Y Golygiadur

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Saint David: Patron Saint o...

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The Magic of the Mabinogion

liked it 3.00 avg rating — 1 rating — published 1988
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Chwedlau'r Brenin Arthur.

it was ok 2.00 avg rating — 1 rating — published 1990
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