of the Anglophone Welsh Short Story by Sally Roberts Jones (2003)
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`Twenty years ago it would have seemed impossible that Wales, popularly considered a country of sour stone, hideous defamation, and colourless mountains, should have yielded literature for which perhaps a close precedent is the Impressionist period of painting. For Welsh writers seem to have made precisely the discovery that French painters made almost a hundred years ago;they have decided to paint in the open air.`
H.E. Bates, The Modern Short Story: a critical survey. 1942
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PART I (Introduction, part 1)
PART II (Introduction, part II)
PART III (Bibliography)