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Glyn has interests in several areas of English poetry (particularly that of the seventeenth and twentieth centuries) and in aspects of bibliography and textual scholarship. His publications include editions (chiefly from manuscript) of several seventeenth century poets (Henry Reynolds (1991), Richard Niccols (1992), Henry Hughes (1997) William Gamage (2002), Sir John Stradling (2003)), I poeti ferraresi nel Rinascimento inglese (1992), Francis Warner and Tradition (1981), Francis Wamer's Poetry: a Critical Assessment (1988), and A Bibliography of the Writings of Peter Russell (1995). He has published essays on, amongst others, Shakespeare, Marlowe, Bunyan, William Strode, Ernest Dowson and Basil Bunting (with Parvin Loloi). He is reviews editor of Acumen and general editor of The Swansea Review.

Glyn is currently supervising two research students in the fields of seventeenth century poetry and monstrosity in children's literature.

Publications

  1. Fakery, Serious fun and Cultural Change: Some Motives of the Pseudo-Translator. Valladolid: Hermeneus.
  2. Edmund Blunden and Henry Vaughan: A Reminiscence and Some Observations. Scintilla 14, 63-78.

Teaching

  • DAD251 American Literature of the Twentieth Century (i)

    Some of the most exciting modern writing in both poetry and prose was the work of American authors; the course seeks to understand some of the reasons why this should have been so and to enhance the appreciation of the achievements of individual authors of the period.

  • DAD252 American Literature of the Twentieth Century (ii)

    Some of the most exciting modern writing in both poetry and prose was the work of American authors; this course seeks to understand some of the reasons why this should have been so and to enhance the appreciation of the achievements of individual authors of the period.

  • DAD353 American Literature of the Twentieth Century (iii)

    Some of the most exciting modern writing in both poetry and prose was the work of American authors; this course seeks to understand some of the reasons why this should have been so and to enhance the appreciation of the achievements of individual authors of the period.

  • DAD354 American Literature of the Twentieth Century (iv)

    Some of the most exciting modern writing in both poetry and prose was the work of American authors; this module seeks to understand some of the reasons why this should have been so and to enhance the appreciation of the achievements of individual authors of the period.