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Abbs, Peter Reviewed 12 :85-8 Aberdare 2:3 1-6 Aberdare Report, The

Children's books 20 :36-40 Poetry 16:61-72 Anglo- Welsh review 9: 71-6 AP GWYNN, IOLO See IOLO AP GWYNN

23 :32-41

AP ISLWYN,

GRONW See. GRONW AP ISLWYN

ABSE, DANNIE

AP IWAN, EMRYS See EMRYS APIWAN

Poems The case 2 :26 Abse, Dannie Reviewed 5/6:126-7, 23:61-9

Arblaster, Anthony, ed. Reviewed 8:72-4 Arendt, Hannah, ed. Reviewed 2:68-71 ARIEL,s. A. This is ijot a fairy-tale 4 :39-42 Arts Wales 5/6:137-40, 9:25-34, 13:85-8, 14:71-6

ACHEBE, CHINUA Short story Girls at war I I :3-16 A,CKERMAN, JOHN

Poem Invitation to tea I I :29-30 Adams, Norman 3 :40-4 Adams, Sam Reviewed 7:82-4, 9:96-9, 21 :73-9, 21:79-83. Adcock, Fleur Reviewed 8:65-8 Adult education 17:35-8 Africa Languages 24/25 :32-8 Literature 24/25 :32-8 Radicalism 15 :3-8 Agriculture Wales 5/6:3-5 Aitmatov, Chingiz 20 :65-7 ALLEN,

GRAHAM

Poems All the time 20 :87 Landore 10:41-2 American Jndians 22 :3-52 AMEYE, LOUIS

Wales from Brussels 5/6 :5-6 Anand, Mulk Raj 8:21-5 Anglesey 26/27 :~9-32 Anglo-Welsh literature 23, 26/27:14-22 II :24-6,

BAIN, DONALD

Scottish oil : costs and policies 17 :25~3째 Bamford, Samuel 18/19: 104-7 BARLOW,

!I'

ANN

Review 2 I :92-4 Basque Provinces Nationalism 9 :3"'20, 23 :87-8, 26/27:51-65 BAYNES, KEN

The reinterpretation of culture 9 :25-34 Benjamin, Walter Reviewed 2:68-71 BERRY,RON Short stories Before forever after 5/6 :89- I 02 Ben, the t.V. playwright and his wife, Lottie 20:77-86 Home comforts, besides the convenience all round 16: 73-82 Reviews 24/25:113-15, 26/27:148-51 16:1I- 'I ?


Berry, Ron Reviewed 3 :72-5 BEVAN,

BRIDGEN,

PAUL KEIDRYCH

Short story Channel 100 I I :51.:61 BEYNON,BLEDDYN

Portraits from local government: The Councillor 18/19:92-4 BIDGOOD,

2,

RUTH

Poems Boy in a train 15:60 News item 2 :54 BIELSKI, ALISON

Poem ~ Parachute jump 8:47-8 Bilingual education United States 18/19:39-43 Wales 16 :33-40 Bilingualism 4: 3-6 Wales 4:28-33,24/25:73-6

Binding, Wyn, ed.

BRUETON, M.

Colleg~ of the 2 I :5~-9 Bryncroes 2 :87-91 BUCHANAN,

.

Reviewed 4:75-8 BLAMIRES,

DA VID

Review 24/25: 105-9 BOHANA,

MINA

Translation of short story Paths (Nicolai Haitov) 3 :56-63 BOOTHBY,F. A. c. A guide to post-war Scottish nationalism 15: I 7-25 Boston, Richard, ed. Reviewed I :82-3

4

Peking

KEITH

CAIRN CROSS, JOHN

The no-home people 17:49-52 Review . 22

.

Nationalities,

Living in Wales (7) 17:39-43 Wealth, welfare and illfare 5/6 :45-9 Review 12 :80-5 . Building Wales 3 :85-7 Burgess, Anthony Reviewed 26/27:156-60 Burgos trials 9 :3-20 Burn, Michael Reviewed 23 :74-8 Burns, Alan Reviewed 24/25:125-8

BOURNE,MARK

:86-8

BOYCE,D. G. Ulster-some consequences devolution 13:3-9 Brecon Master 8 :44-7

JIM

Living in Wales (5) 15 :29-32 Brittany . Nationalism 7:21-8, 17:3-20 Broadcasting Europe 3: 11-14 Scotland, radio 8 :41-3 ' Wales 2 :3-14, 14:81-5, 15 :83-5 ; radio, commercial 2:8 I-2; television 5/6: 129-31, 15:26-8, 20:90-6 . . Brora, Scotland 3 :25~7 BROWN, J. P. Welcoming the Welsh-learner 7:39"41

of I

After the lock-out 9 :42-5 Cambrian Coast Railway 18/19:81-8 Canada Politics, Quebec 21 :6-15 Canada/Unesco Symposium on Linguistic and Cultural Diversity 16:6-10, 17:21-4 Cardiff 23 : 21-2


Cardiff peoPle'spaper 9:35-8

Cardiganshire 1:94-6 Leadmines 10:55-66 Politics 2 :83-7 Caribbean, The Literature 4:48-58 CARNEGY,

>

PATRICK

The limited revolution duction 2 :37-40 Caute, David Reviewed 24/25: I25-8

in Wagner

pro-

CHALFONT,ALUN,LORD AIDIN NI

The state of Irish 4 :34-8 Cherokee Indians 22 :3-52 Children's books 20 :36-40 China Peking, College of the 21:55-9 Chwedegau, r

Reviewed 3:79 Civil liberties Wales 12:17-19 Clancy, Joseph P., tr. Reviewed 3 :68-72 CLAW 3 :85-7 CLOUGH, DAVID Review 26/27:151-3 CLOWES, CARL IWAN

Iceland bound 23 :23-6 Coal industry Scotland 3 :25-7 Wales 3 :20-4 Cohen, Abner, ed. Reviewed 26/27:160-2 College of Europe 8 :26-8

21,

CONNORS, ,BRUTON

The National Arts Centre 14:71-6 CHAOIMH,

College of the Nationalities, Peking 55-9 Collieries 3 :20-7 Commercial radio Wales 2 :81-2 . Common Market, The 5/6:3-6,20:3-24 Commonwealth, The Literature II :24-6 Commune movement 1:27-31 Connor, Tony Reviewed 8 :65-8

Poems ': Against'the slaughterers of houses 5/6 :38 Haiku 7:88 Hungry dog Haiku 7 :88 CONRAN,ANTHONY

Nationalities

An unmusical nation? 14:76-80 Poems Heron 10:39-41 To ask for a bugle 10:38 Reviews 3:68-72,21 :73-9,23:61-9 Conran, Anthony Reviewed 8:61-5,26/27:154-6 Consortium-Local Authorities-Wales 3 :85-7 Containerisation 15:9-16 COOK, RICHARD

Reviews 5/6:117-20, 14:57-61 COOKE, PHILIP

Gilfach revisited 14 :85-8 Coombes, Bert 23: 17-20 Co-operatives 10:21-4 Corrective education 5/6 :33-7 COULTHARD,G. R. The search for identity in the Caribbean 4 :48-58 . 5


Crime-writing 3 :52~5 Crofting Scotland 13:22-9 Crossman, R. H. S., ed. Reviewed 2:65"8 Culture 4:3-6, 16:6-10, 17:21-4 Wales 1:21-6,22 :53-72 Yugoslavia QO:41-8 CURTlS, TONY Poem Kitchen

poem

CYMDEITHAS YR IAITH

(tr. Harri Webb) 26/27:

77-136 . Cymdeithas yr laith 3:83-5, 12:9-16,14: 3-9 Czechoslovakia 3 : 32-9

DARIO,

DA VEY, CHARLES

The urge to be huge 15 :9-16 DAVID,RHYS The future of broadcasting 2: I2- I 3 Futureot the Welsh Office 1:85-7 TUDOR

A paper fit for exiles? Welshman9 :52-4 DAVIES, ANEIRIN

The London 2 :4-6

DAVIES, CLIFFORD Review 2 I :69-73 DAVIES, CYNOG

The manifesto of Cymdeithas yr laitn (tr. Harri Webb) 26/27:77-136 Reviews 6

4 :82-3

':"

Davies, ldris Reviewed 13:56-60 DAVIES, JEFF Drawings On the border

8: 11-20

Poem Summer raid 18/19:24 Reviews 13:72-4,24/25:131-2 DAVIES,JOHN D. Hearing others speak: the African experience 18/19:3-9

South

DA VIES, MARGARET

The magistrate's dilemma (letters the Lord Chancellor) 12 :46-58 DA VIES, PETER

TALFAN

The future of broadcasting

DA VIES, D. JACOB

DAVIES, ERIC, CLAW 3:85-7 DAVIES, G. D. Review

DAVIES, JOHN

RUBEN

Poem To Teddy Roosevelt (tr. Malcolm Parr) 18/19:58-9

DAVID,

Poem Fly 1:37 Review 4: 79-82

2 :68-71 DAVIES, HAZEL Review,

18/19:23

The manifesto

1:71-4, 14:61-3 DAVIES, ELWYN

Short story Welsh girl 21 :60-5 Reviews 18/19:147-52, 24/25:120-2,26/27:154-6 DAVIES, RHYS Fiction Rose

and

Martin

DAVIES, WALFORD

Reviews 1:79-82, 10:78-9

7 :58-72

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Davies, Walford, ed. Reviewed 10:75-8 Davies, Walter Haydn -Reviewed 14:67-9 Dearnley, Moira Reviewed 26/27:151-3 Denez, Per Reviewed 17:86-8 Design Wales 8:7-10 Detective stories 3 :52-5 Devolution 24/25 :39-46, 26/27 :3-8 Ulster 13:3-9 Dock

leaves9: 71-6

Dodd, A. H. Reviewed 14 :55-7 Donetsk 21 :35-41 Dubcek, Alexandre Reviewed 1:68-9 Dulas Valley 5/6: 13 1-7 DUMBLETON,

BOB

Cardiff people's paper 9:35-8

Corrective 5/6:33-7 Higher , Wales 15: 86-8 Provence 8 :33-5 Wales 8:33-5, 15:86-8, 16:33-40, 32-41 ; Bryncroes 2 :37-91 EDWARDS,

ELIZABETH

Translation of article The fate of the language Lewis) 4:13-27 EDWARDS,

g3:

(Saunders

SIAN

The great British university on sunset boulevard(I) 18/19:12-15 EEC 5/6 :3-6, 20 :3-24 Eisteddfodau 2 :60-4, 14:10-12, 18/19: 64-70 \ ELlS, ISLWYN FFOWC Reviewed 7 :82-4 ELLlS, MARY

Carl Meyer in Wales 14:46-50 ELLlS,T. I. Motoring in Cardiganshire 1:94-6 ELLIS, TOM

Adult education in a non-vertical society 17:35-8 The parties and the European future (I) 20:21-3 Reviews 7:79-82,8:76-9 EMRYS AP IWAN

The true Welshman 9:21-4 Poem ENGELHARD, MIKE Coming down 5/6 :29-32 Rejection slip 23 :59 English literature Earley, Tom Reviewed Novel 18/19:47-57 Poetry 16:61-72 2 :78-80 Eccles, DavidMcAdam, Lord 5/6: 137-40 ERSKINE, SARA Reviews Economy of Wales 1:88-91,3:3-10, 5/6: 1 :84, 7:87, 8:79, 14:63-7, 23 :69-74 45-9, 26/27 :3-8 Education 'I ETA 9:3-20,26/27:51-65 Europe Adult 17:35-8 Broadcasting 3: II-14 Bilingual, United States 18/18:39-43; College of Europe 8 :26-8 Wales 16:33-40

EARLEY,

TOM

7


European Economic Community 5/6 :3-6, 20 :3-24 Euzkadi Ta Azkatasuna 9:3-20, 26/27: 51-65 Evans, Gwynfor Reviewed 9 :88-91, 26/27: 137/42 EV ANS, PETER

The arts of politics 18/19:71-5 EVANS, RICHARD

Poems From the official guidebook Her visits I I :33 EVANS, TREFOR

Peace-keeping 1:14-18 EWART, GAVIN

24/25 :57

E.

and keeping

the peace

PARTRIDGE, SIMON Community Arts manifesto 13:85-8 REES, ALWYND. Against university expansion 4 :84-8 RICHARDS,KEN The transport problem

13:79-84

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ROBERTS,HYWEL The commercial radio line-up 2 :81-2 SALTER, GEOFFREY Broadcasting-the technical background 14:8 1-5 THOMAS,ELFYNBryncroes and the future of the rural school 2 :87-9 I THOMAS,JOHN Welsh language press surv~y 2 :91-3 THOMAS,NED A Commission on the language? 18/19:156-9 THOMAS,NED Keeping up with Wales 5/6:140-2 THOMAS,NED A note on safety 16:87-8 THOMAS,NED The radio lecture 15:83-5 THOMAS,NED Road signs campaign 3 :83-4 THOMAS,NED 10 :30 and all that 5/6 129-3 I THOMAS,NED (Current Welsh affairs and) Solzhenitsyn and the Basques 23 :86-8 THOMAS,ROY End of Regional Employment Premium 3:8 1-2 TOMKINS, C. R. Constructing social accounts I :88-9 I WILLIAMS,DIANA GRUFFYI:1D Guide to Welsh London 2 :95-6 WILLIAMS,JOHN STUART Rugby, ritual and protest I :92-3 WILLIAMS,PHIL A last word on road signs 16:83-7

Poem South Wales steel 1:40-1 Eye on Wales (series) CHALFONT,ALUN The National Arts Centre 14:71-6 CONRANANTHONYAn unmusical nation? 14 :76-80 COOKE, PHILIP Gilfach revisited 14: 85-8 DAVID,RHYS Future of the Welsh Office I :85-7 DAVIES,ERIC CLAW3:85-7 ELLIS, T. I. Motoring in Cardiganshire I :94-6 LEWIS, c. ROY The Dulas Valley community 5/6: I 3 1-7 LIPMAN,BEATA With Eccles round the arts 5/6:131-7 MADGWICK,PETER Cardiganshire politics 2 :83-7 MORGAN,DERECLLWYDRoad signs campaign 3 :84-5 FARMER, MIHANGEL MURGATROYD,STEVE Higher education Fiction strategy 15 :86-8 PARLIAMENTARYCORRESPONDENT 'ToBabylonish scenes 24/25 :95- 102 wards a Select Committee 8 :80-4 I Faroe Islands 26/27:41-50 8


FINCH, JOHN Poem How do you feel Che Guevara FINCH,

24/25 :56

PETER

The small press scene 2 :41-8 Finch, Peter Reviewed 8:61-5 First Wqrld War 10:25-37, I 1:17-23 FISHLOCK,

TREVOR

Reporting Wales 9:39-41 Fishlock, Trevor Reviewed 12 :77-80

Gaelic language 13: I 5-2 I Gaelic mttsic 13: 3 7-44

FITZGERALD, JOHN Review 5/6: I 22-4 Forestry Commission Foster, John Reviewed

Translations rifpoems Explosions (Gunnar Harding) 18/19: 97-100 Three poems: Lament; Allegro; In the outskirts of work (Tomas Transtr6mer) 15 :44-6 Review 10 :80-5 Future of broadcasting, The (symposium) 2:3-14 Fychan, Cledwyn Reviewed 2 I :89-92

GAESS, ROGER 3 :45-51

24/25: I 15-20 FOSTER, MONICA , Review 22 :85-6 France Language and education, Provence 8 :33-5 Nationalism, Basque Provinces 23: 87-8 ; Brittany 7:21-8, 17:3-20 Regionalism 2: 16- I 9 FRANCIS, BERNARD Photographs Valley 14:37-45 FRANCIS, DAI Review 2 :75-8 FRASER, ALASTAIR

Survival of crofting 13:22-9 Freedom 7:3-12 FULTON, ROBIN Poems The survivors begin again 5/6: 14 Tokens from ajourney 5/6 : 12-13

W.

Poems Viewing Russian peasants from a Leningrad bound train 23 :48 The White Horse tavern, 1973 20:88 GALBRAITH,

CAROL

Gaelic music 13: 37-44 Galicia 24/25:47-53 GALT,A. v. Closing a colliery 3 :20-4 GARLICK,

..

RA YMOND

The good tourist's guide to the courts 12 :33-8 On the growing of Dock leaves9:71-6 A short walk in the desert 4:28-33 Poems I>ocumentary 7:32-7 Judgement I>ay 1:20 Marseillaise 2 :20 The poetry of motion 17:44-5 Garlick, Raymond Reviewed I :79-82 Gastarbeiter 10: I 6-20 GEDDES, MICHAEL

Why regional 24/25:3-17

planning

never

works 9


Germany Gastarbeiter 10: 16-20 Gilfach Goch 5/6:39-44,

14:85-8

Gruffydd, Heini Reviewed 7:87

GILL, CHRISTOPHER

GRUFFYDD,

Review 2 1:79-83 Glen, Duncan Reviewed

Poems Bluestocking 5/6: 106-7 News 5/6:103-5 Putting bottles out 18/19:22-3 Guild of Welsh Writers 24/25:77-81 Gwynedd 23 :3-15

8 :65-8, 8 :76-9, 13:68-72 GOULET,

DENIS A.

Notes on intercultural relations 16 :6-10 Graduate unemployment 5/6 :29-32 GRIFFITH,J. A. G. What's wrong with the way universities are run ? 5/6:15-19 GRIFFITH,R. E. Reviewed 7 :85-7 Griffiths, Bryn Reviewed 10:80-5, 21 :73-9 GriffithF, Ivander 2 :60-4 GRIFFITHS,

J. GWYN

A Welsh-medium college 5/6:23-5 GRIFFITHS,

NON

Cardiganshire Griffiths, Non Reviewed 21 :69-73

politics 2 :83~7

GRIFFITHS, PAULA Short story

All gone 11:44:50 GRIFFITHS,

VIVIAN

Gilfach Goch 5/6 :39-44 Poem Dylanstownie 15:47-8 Short story Bill, in passing 23 :45-8 Review 7 :82-4 GRONW AP ISL',\TYN

Cymdeithas yr Iaith, the courts and the police 12: 12-14 10

GWYNN,

PETER

IOLO AP See IOLO AP GWYNN

HAILSHAM" Q,UINTIN

HOGG,

LORD

The magistrate's dilemma (letter Mrs. Margaret Davies) 12 :46-58

to

HAITOV, NICOLAI Short story

Paths (tr. Mina Bohana, 3 :56-63 Hall, Christopher Reviewed 24/25:120-2 HAMMOND, HAROLD E.

How Nixon rode with McCarthy 25-38 HANDY,

18/ I9:

RAY

Review 17:84-6 HARDING, GUNNAR Poem Explosions (tr. 97-100 HARDING, NEIL Review

Robin

Fulton)

18/19:

8:72-4 HARRISON,

ANN

Living in Cardiff

(Wales ?) 23:21-2

HARRISON, TONY Poem From' The School 24/25: I 8-20 HARTMUT, LEONARD

Verdi and the national

of

Eloquence'

spirit 1:46-51


Jet over Mynydd Bach 7:73 Reviews 2: 78-80, 8 :68-72

HAYCOCK,MARGED

Poem Four children I 1:30-1 Hebrew language 4:39-42 Higher education Wales 15 :86-8 HigWands and Islands Board 5/6 :50-4 HINDE,w. s. Poem Two on a hill 5/6: I I I

HOPKIN,

Development

HINKS, CERRIG

HOWELL, GARETH The future of broadcasting HOWELLS, BRIAN Review

Short story Reporter's quest 9 :80-3 HODGES,

CYRIL

JohnJenkins : the whole man 20:31-4 Poems The interpreter 4 :6-7 Jack Jones I 1:32 Re-raising of a house (Coed Duon) 22-73 Hodges, Cyri! Reviewed 10:80-5 HODGKIN,

THOMAS

The radical tradition 15 :3-8 Holbrook, David Reviewed 12 :85-8 HOLLYMAN,

in African history

26/27:

HOLT, EILEEN

The Provencal not 8:33-5 Translation cif article Becoming a Breton (Morvan Lebesque) 17:3-20 HOOKER,

JEREMY

Living in Wales 24/25:61-72 To open the mind 5/45:59-63 Welsh ambassador 12 :64-9 Poem

14:55-7

The

2: 10- I 2

\

HOWELLS,

CAROL

Poem Th~ first nail 8 :59-60 HOWELLS,

JACK

Review 13 :60-3 HUGHES,

GLYN

..

The painting of Norman Reviews 8:61-5,11:91-3 Hughes, Glyn Reviewed 4:79-82 HUGHES,

JOHN LL.

ETA and the Basque problem 51-65

DEIAN

Death of a Radical 9 :64-70 Review I :82-3 House of Commons Welsh affairs 8 :80-4 Howard League for Penal Reform, 22 :80-2

GORONWY

Adams 3 :40-4

ALUN

Lightning on the Tatras 3 :32-9 Review I :68-9 Hughes, Goronwy Alun, ed. Reviewed 4 :82-3 Hughes, Gwilym Rees, ed. Reviewed 9 :96-9, 2 1:79-83 Hughes, John 2I :35-41 Hughes, Lynn, ed. Reviewed 24/25:II3-I5 II


Hughes, Richard Reviewed

I

.

Humour, Russian 21 :46-51 Humphreys, Emyr Reviewed 8:68-72 HUWS, DANIEL

The Brecon Master 8 :44-7 Huws, Daniel Reviewed .

HYDE-THOMPSON, RODNEY

Short stories Cartref 12 :70-6 R.I.P. 23 :42-4

Iceland

23 :23-6

IFANS, GLYN Review 7 :85-7 IFANS, MEINIR

Cymdeithas yr Iaith, the courts and the police 12 :9-1 1 Immigration to Wales 17:49-52 Indonesian Embassy 22 :74-9 Industry Standardisation 15:9-16 Wales 3:81-2, 5/6:5-6 Inflation 26/27 :3-8 Institute for the Study of Conflict Reviewed 15:78-80 IOLO AP GWYNN

Review 21 :89-92 IONEsao, EUGENE Enter lonesco 26/27 :9-13 Irish language 4:34-8 Israel 24/25 :91-4 Haganah 17:68-77 Kibbutzim 10:21-4 12

DAFYDD

Cymdeithas

18/19:152-5

23:61-9

IWAN,

yr laith, the courts and the

police 12:14-16 What I understand

.

by conservation

1 :21-6 JAMES CLIFF Poem Welsh

Homer

11:27-8

JAJ\1:ES, aLIVE

The state of the heartland

23:3-15

JAMES, DAN L.

The rise of the school 16:33-4째 JARMAN,

bilingual

secondary

G~RAINT

Poem

\

Abandoned things 5/6:113 Jenkins, Islwyn Reviewed 13:56-60 JENKINS, JOHN

Letters from Wormwood5/6:7-11 Jenkins,John 20:31-4

Scrubs

JENKINS, SIMON Review 1 1 :85-8 John, Alun Reviewed 8:75-6 JOHN, H. R.

One day's work 8 :3-6 JOHNSON, B. s.

Poems Lving in Wales (3) 10:47-54 Sioned Bowen 5/6 :64-8 Johnson, B. S. 26/27:33-4째 ; JOLLEY,

ALLAN

Living in Wales (4) 14:31-3 JONES, BOBI

Anglo-Welsh : more definition 16:II-23 The roots of Welsh inferiority 22 :53-72 Why I write in Welsh 2:21-5


jONES,

Jones, J. E.

CHARLES

Reviewed Portraits from local government :1, The 2:71-5 Freemen of Merthyr 18/ I 9 :89-92 Jones, D. Parry- See Parry-Jones, D. Jones, Jack 1:32-7 jONES, D. R. WALDEN-See WALDEN-jONES, jONES, JACK RAYMOND D. R. Poem jONES, DAFYDD GLYN Review

To L. S. Lowry,

I :69-7 I jONES, DAVID

jONES, DEDWYDD Poem A modern

cross .5/6: 108-9

DEWI MORRIS

Left-wing nationalism jONES,

jONES,

in Brittany 7:2 1-8

ELIZABETH

The Aberdare Report 23 :32-41 Bilingual education in the United States 18/19:39-43 J ones, Gareth Stedman Reviewed I I :93-4 Jones, Glenys Myfanwy, ed. Reviewed 4 :82-3

jONES,

GWYN

PETER THORP

10:21-4

Reviewed 26/27:137-42

jONES,

RICHARD

Anglo-American 18/19:47-57

attitudes

in the novel

]ONES, ROBERT AMBROSESee EMRYSAP IWAN ]ONES, SALLY ROBERTS Tales of the dragon 20 :36-40 Poems

Reviewed 7:75-7

Jack Jones, May 1970 1:32-7 J ones, Gwyn Reviewed 7:82-4,26/27:148-51

NEIL

Kibbutzim and co-operatives Jones, R. Gerallt Reviewed I I :88-90 J ones, R. Tudur

Reviews 10 :75-8, 22 :83-4, 23 :78-80 Glyn

18/19:44-6

Short story Aberdyfi 18/19:60-3 jONES,

jONES, GLYN

J ones,

24/25 :60

SO long Frank Lloyd Wright Poem School voices 8 :58 Jones, John ldris Reviewed 4:75-8, Jones, L6~lie Reviewed 14 :63-7

Yr laith 21 :3-.5 Jones, David Reviewed 17:79-84, 24/25: 105-9

jONES,

painter

jONES, JOHN IDRIS

,

jONES, HARRI PRITCHARD- See PRITCHARDjONES, HARRI

Caretaker, Blarney Castle 15 :59 Language protest, Llangefni 15 :58 Learning Welsh 15:55 The lost world 15 :57 New world 15 :56 jONES, SELWYN

lvander Griffiths abroad 2 :60-4

and

the Eisteddfod 13

,


JONES, T. GWYNN

Poems. Can y medd I :42 Song of the mead (tr. Gwyn Williams) 1:43 JONES, T. JAMES

A bilingual Llaregyb 8 :29-32 Jones, Thomas Reviewed 13 :60-3

KANE, VINCENT

Devolution and self-determination 24/25 :39-46 Wales from Brussels 5/6:3-6 Kavan, Anna Reviewed 5/6: 124-6 KEEBLE, NEIL Poems

Reviewed 2 :65-8 LAWRENCE, ESYLLT THOMAS Unamuno the ambivalent 34-43 Lawrence, Vincent Reviewed

Basque

I I:

23 :83-5 Leadmines

Linnet 23 :58 Woodlark 23:58 KEINEG, PAOL Poem Wales 1970 (Harri Breton of Keineg)

Language Mrica 24/25 :32-8 Gaelic 13: 15-2 I Hebrew 4:39-42 Irish 4 :34-8 Provence 8 :33-5 Scotland 4 :43-7, 13: 15-2 I South Africa 18/19:3-9 U.S.S.R.20:53-64 Welsh 2:21-5, 4:13-27, 9:21-4,12:4-38, 12:46-58, 14:3-9, 18/19:156-9, 20: 53-64, 2 1:3-5, 22 :53-72, 23 :3-15, 26/27 :77-1 36; learning 7 :39-41 Lapping;,Brian

"

Cardiganshire

10:55-66

LEBESQ,UE, MORV AN

Webb 7 :28

from

the

Becoming a Breton 17 :3-20 LEE, ARCHIE

(tr. Eileen

Holt)

P.

Islands of freedom 1:27-31 Kenya University of Nairobi 24/25:32-8 KibbutzilllIO:21-4 KING,H. K. The Cambrian Coast Line 18/19:81-8

Keeping a colliery open 3 :25-7 Legal system Corrective education 5/6 : 33-7 Remand 12 :59-63 Secret police 12: 39-45 Welsh language and 12:4-8, 12:9-16, 12 :20-38, 12 :46-58

KNIGHT,

LEVIN, MICHAEL

KELLY,TONY

SAMUEL

John Hughes and Yuzovka 2 1:35-41 Kohr, Leopold Reviewed 9 :92-6, 23 :80-3 Kryss, Tom Reviewed 2 :78-80 14

To be a Gastarbeiter IQ: 16-20 Lewald, H. E., ed. Reviewed 26/27:142-8 LEWIS,C. ROY The Dulas Valley community 5/6:131-7


LEWIS, E. GLYN

".

HARRISON,ANN23:2 1-2

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Language contact in the U.s.S.R. Wales 20 :53-64

and

LEWIS, GLYN Reviewed 2 1:94-6 LEWIS, GWYN ILLTYD" Review

PACEY,

LEWIS,

PHILIP

7:42-5

SEYMOUR,]OHN 8 :36-40 Llanwrtyd Wells 18/19:101-3

2 I :84-8 LEWIS, MARK Poem Home thoughts 15 :48-9

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HOOKER, ]EREMY 24/25 :61:'72 ]OHNSON, B.S. 10:47-54 ]OLLEY, ALLAN 14:31-3 MAIDMENT, BRIAN 26/27:29-32 NEALE, GWYN 16 : 3-5 NORTH, MICHAEL 18/19:1O8~12

LLEWELYN,

from Beirut,

May

1967

LLEWELYN,

2 :9- 10

GWYN

Agony of a Welsh-speaking

SAUNDERS

The fate of the language Edwards) 4:13-27 Poems Ascension Thursday Williams) 14:35 Difiau dyrchafael 14:34 Lewis, Saunders 20 :25-3°

EMYR

The future of broadcasting

(tr. Elizabeth

CFS, 4TL 9:77-9 LLEWEL

(tr.

Gwyn

LILL Y, MARK

The novels ofB. S. Johnson 26/27 :33-4°

YN,

parasite

in

"-

LLOYD

Review 4:75-8 LLOYD,TECWYN

Welsh literature and the First World War 11:17-23 Welsh public opinion and the First World War 10:25-37

LIPMAN, BEATA

LLYWARCH HEN

Bert Coombes 23: I 7-20 Diary of a Welsh Liberationist 15 :33-6 Enter Ionesco 26/27:9-13 With Eccles round the arts 5:6: 137-4° Literature Africa 24/25 :32-8 Anglo-Welsh I I :24-6, 16:11-23, 26/27: 14-22; children's books 20 :36-4° ; poetry 16:61-72 Caribbean 4:48-58 Children's 20 :36-4° Commonwealth I I :24-6 English 16:61-72, 18/19:47-57 Welsh I 1:17-23,26/27:14-22 Little Magazines 2 :41-8 Living in Wales (series) BRIDGEN,JIM 15 :29-32 BUCHANAN,KEITH 17:39-43

Poems Pen Urien 3 :28 Urien's Head (tr. Gwyn Williams) Local government 18/19 :89-96 Lofthouse, Jessica Reviewed 3:80 London Indonesian Embassy 22 :74-9 Newspaper press 9 :42-5 Welsh London 2 :95-6 London Welshman 9 :52-4 Lucie-Smith, Edward, ed. Reviewed 13:68-72

3:29

LUCKIN, BILL

The politics of corrective education 5/6 :33-7 ,15

If'


Reforming

the remand system 12 :59-63 I MADGWICK, PETER].

Reviews

.

1:65-7, II :93-4,23:80-3, Lukes, Stephen,ed. Reviewed 8:72-4

24/25:II5-20

I

I

Cardiganshire politics 2 :83-7 Madgwick, Peter J.

Reviewed

5/6:114-17,21:69-73 Magazines Wales 9:55-63, 9:71-6 MAIDMENT,

MAC A'MHATHGHAMHNA, pseud. Scottish Gaeldom 13: II 1 4

-

MANSHOLT,

MABY, TIM

MAC COLLA, FIONN

MACKIE, LIZ

Moscow winter 21 :30-4 Mackinnon, Roderick Reviewed 8:79 Maclean, Alasdair Reviewed 23 :69-74 FINLAY

Short story The Cluaisean Macneil, Robert Reviewed 3:65-8

Radio Free Scotland 8:41-3

16

Poems

(tr. Rarri Webb)

Galicia '24/25 :55

I

News 24P5 :54 MARO, JUDITH Israel-back to sources 24/25 :91-4 Women at war 17:68-77 MARRI0TT,

Review 5/6:124-6 Masterman, Reviewed 21 :84-8

P. B.

Neville

MATHIAS, ROLAND

Poem Blue blood and Englishmen 24/25 :58-9 Short story A view of the Estuary 17:56-67 Mathias, Roland Reviewed 7 :82-4, 10 :80-5 MAYO, PATRICIA

13 :30-6

MAC THOMAIS, FRANG RUARAIDH

Poems Blood 13:55 Fuil13:55

MARIA, MANUEL

I

Fiction And the cock crew 13:45-54 McDowell, R. B. Reviewed 1:74-9

MACTHOMAIS,

SICCO LEENDERT

Wales from Brussels .5/6 :3-5

What's left but holes in the ground? 10 :67-74 Macbeth, George Reviewed 23 :74-8 McCarthy, Joseph R. 18/19:25-38

MACLEOD,

BRIAN

Living in Anglesey 26/27 :29-32

ELTON

Constitutional background of separatist movements 7 :29-3 1 New sources of conflict: where is the Left? 20:13-17 Review 26/27:160-2 MEDAWAR,

Reviewed 14:57-61

P. B.


MORGAN, PRYS Review

MEILS, GARETH

Short story Why I joined Plaid CymruI4:21 Menashe, Samuel Reviewed 23 :74-8

:30

Leaving Fiction

MERCHANT, MOELWYN Poem Dafydd lies at Ystrad MERCHANT, PAUL

Fflur

23:49-57

Poems Cherokee relics: the journal and poems of Adam Daniel known to the Cherokees as White Raccoon 22 :3-52 Fable 24/25: IO4 First horizon 24/25: IO3 Meredith, George 24/25:21-30 Merthyr Tydfil 18/19:89-92 Messenger, John C. Reviewed IO :85-8 Meyer, Carl 14:46-50 Middle East Peace-keeping 1:14-18 Miller, Wright Reviewed 2 I :92-4 Dr. Kate Roberts 2 :55-9 Road signs campaign 3 :84-5 DYFNALLT

The future of broadcasting

2:13-14

MORGAN, EDWIN Can the thistle change its spots? I :9- I 3 Registering the reality of Scotland 4:43-7 MORGAN, GWYN

The Commission 20: 18-20 MORGAN,KENNETH Review 3 :65-8

for

Regional

Policy

boys 8 :60

My lamp still burns 3:15-19 Short story In the dark 18/19:118-24 Review 14:67-9 MORGAN, w. J. A Wehh Council

for

Civil

Liberties

12 :17\19 Morgan, W. J., ed. Reviewed 18/19:147-52 Moscow 2 1:30-4 Motorway travel MURGATROYD,

15 :40-3

STEVE J.

Higher education strategy 15 :86-8 Student community action 5/6 :25-6

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MURPHY, MARTIN Reviews 24/25:125-8,26/27:156-60 Music Gaelic Wales

MORGAN, DEREC LLWYD

MORGAN,

9 :88-9 I MORGAN,ROBERT Poem

13:37-44 14:76-80

Nairobi, University of 24/25 :32-8 National Arts Centre 13:85-8, 14:71-'6 National Eisteddfod 14:IO-12, 18/19:64-7째 Nationalism 7:13-19 Basque Provinces 9 :3-20, 23 :87-8, 26/27:51-65 Brittany 7:21-8, 17:3-20 Scotland 1:9-13,15:17-25 Wales 5/6 :7-1 I, 18/19 :71-5,24/25:2 I-3째, 24/25 :87-90 NEALE,

GWYN

Living in Wales (6) 16:3-5 17


NEVIN,

EDWARD

The economic future of South Wales 3:3-10 Newspapers London 9 :42~5 London Welshman 9 :52-4 Reporting 9 :35-8 Wales 9:77-9; Cardiff people's paper 9 :35-8; Radical 9 :64-70 ; The Western mail 9:46-51 NGUGI, JAMES

On the abolition of the English Department 24/25 :32-8 NISBET, ROBERT

Mter the Eisteddfod 14: 10- I 2 Croeso on the sugar wrappings 18/19: 76-80 Portraits from local government :3, Scene for Keane 18/19:95-6 Short story Down train 16:57-60 Nisbet, Robert . Reviewed

22:85-6 NIVEN, ALASTAIR

Mulk Raj Anand : the poetry of protest 8:21-5 Nixon, Richard Milhouse 18/19, 25-38 NORRIS, LESLIE

Poems At the publishers 2 I :54 Rivers 4: 10- I I Short story A big night 8 :49-54 Review 8 :75-6 Norris, Leslie Reviewed 2 :78-80 NORTH, MICHAEL

Living in Wales (8) 18/19:108-12 Northern Ireland 13:3-9 Novel, English 18/19:47-57 18

Nurpeissov, O'BRIEN,

Abdizhamil

20 :65-70

CONOR CRUISE

Peace and freedom 7:3-12 O'DUIBHIR,

POL

The College of Europe ,8 : 26-B Oil industry Scotland 17:25-30 OKEY, ROBIN

Yugoslavia: the background policy 20:41-8 Reviews

to cultural

17:79-84,26/27: 137-42 Olson, Crarles 5/6 :59-63 ORMOND, ~OHN

Ceri Richards root and branch 1O:3-II Poem Ancient monuments 4:8-9 Review 7:75-7 Ormond, John Reviewed 23 :69-74 OSMOND, JOHN

Inflation PACEY,

and devolution

26/27 :3-8

PHILIP

Living in Wales (I) 7:42-5 Poem Border country 24/25 :59 PALFREY, COLIN

The Howard League in Wales 22 :80-2 Poems Potted history 5/6 :58 A tourist's guide to Wales 14:33 Parfitt, Will Reviewed 2 :78-80 Parker, Charles Reviewed 12 :85-8 Parliament Welsh affairs 8 :80-4

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PARLIAMENTARY

The Thespian's last performance'! 5 :49

CORRESPONDENT

Towards a Select Committee

8 :80-4

Short story

PARR,MALCOLM

Short story Dignidad 26/27 :66-9 Translation ofpoem

To Teddy Roosevelt (Ruben Dario) 18/19:58-9 Parry-Jones, D. Reviewed 22 :86-8 PATRIDGE,

SIMON

Community Arts manifesto Peace 7:3-12 Peace-keeping Middle East 1:14-18 Peate,1. C. 13:72-4 Peking

13 :85-8

Pembrokeshire 18/19 :76-80 Penal system Corrective education 5/6 :33-7 Remand system 12 :59-63 Wales 22 :80-2 PERRY,ALAN Poems

2 :71-5 PHILIPE, ANNE

BERNARD

A life of crime 3 :52-5 PIERCE,

Poem

JAMES

(tr. David

14:3-9;

Cardigan-

POOK, JOHN Poem Celtic

storm

13:10

Short story Accident Review

26/27 :70-6

10 :85-8 Port Talbot POWELL,

Dockland sketch book 15 :52-4 Pieces from hospital 2 :27-30 Short story August Bank Holiday '59 18/19:141-4 PHILIP, Al AN BUTT Review

PICTON,

Song of Solomon's great-great-greatgreat and etcetera-grand-daughter 16:24-32 Planning, Regional 24/25 :3- 17 Scotland 5/6:50-4 Platonov, Andrei Reviewed 5/6: I 17-20 Poetry, English 16:61-72 Police 12 :4- I 6, 12:39-45 Politics' Canad~ 21 :6-15 Wales 5/6:7-11, shire 2 :83-7

College of the Nationalities 2 1:55-9

Four Central Asian writers Raymond) 20:65-75 Phillips, D. Z. Reviewed 5/6: I2'2-4

PIPER, IVONNE

I :38-40

ENOCH

Devolution and self-determination 24/25 :39-46 Powys, John Cowper 12 :64-9 PREECE, PETER

Poems Gower is a dirty word 15:5 I Welsh jail-break 15:50 Press London 9 :42-5 London Welshman 9 :52-4 Reporting 9 :35-8 Wales 9:55-63, 9:77-9, 9:84-6; AngloWelsh review 9: 7 I-6; Cardiff people's paper 9 :35-8; Radical 9 :64-70 ; Welsh language 2 :91-3; The Western mail 9 :46-5 I PRICE, D. L. 19

,


Wars of national liberation PRICE,

7: 13-19

Review 3~76-9 PRICE, R. F. Review I :65-7 PRITCHARD-JONES,

DAVID

(Anne

RED BOOK OF HERGEST HARRI

Reviews 1 :74-9, I I :88-90, 15: 78-80 Provence Language and education 8:33-5 Publications Wales 5/6:140-2, 9:101-2, 13:75-8 Public opinion Wales 10:25-37 PUGH,

RAYMOND,

Translationof interviews Four Central Asian writers Philipe) 20:65-76 Recording Wales 14:76-80

HUGH

IEUAN

The Cardiganshire

leadmines

10:55-66

PYBUS, RODNEY

Poem Homage to Zamyatin

21 :42-5

Quebec Politics 21 :6-15

Poem Baglawc byddin (with tr. by Gwyn Williams) 10: I 2- I5 REDFERN,FRED Short story A bit of Spain in Welsh Wales 17:53-5 REES, AU.JN

Poems

\

Blue whale 2 I :53 Forge 20 :89 REES, ALWYN D.

Against university expansion The judges and the language REES,D. BEN Review 24/25:122-5 Rees, Goronwy Reviewed 5/6: I 20-2, I 1 :94-6

4 :84-8 12 : 27-32

REES, lOAN BOWEN

Raban, Jonathan Reviewed 11 :91-3 Radical 9 :64-70 Radicalism Mrica 15 :3-8 Radio Scotland 8:41-3 Wales, commercial 2 :81-2 Radio Free Scotland 8:4 1-3 Ramage, Gwyn, ed. Reviewed 23 :74-8 RAMSARAN,

JOHN

Cultural variety and personal identity 4:3-6 20

The Welsh language and the courts 12 :20-6 Review 5/6:114-17 Rees, loan Bowen Reviewed 1I :85-8 Regional Employment Premium 3:8 1-2 Regional planning 24/25 :3- 17 Scotland 5/6 :50-4 Regionalism France 2 :16-19 Remand system 12 :59-63 Reporting Wales 9 :39-41 Revolution 7:3-19


Russia See U.S.S.R.

RHYS, DA VID

Future of the Welsh Office 1:85-7 RICHARDS, ALUN Short stories

SALTER,

The drop-out 1:52-63 Effie 15:61-72 The scandalous thoughts of Elmyra Mouth 7:47-57 Review

:83-4,23:78-80

Richards, Ceri 10:3-11 R1CHARDS, KEN

The transport problem 13: 79-84 Riddell, Patrick Reviewed 1 :74-9 Road signs 3 :83-5, 16 :83-8 Robens, Alfred, Lord

Reviewed 2 :75-8 ROBERTS,

)

ELAN CLOSS

Reviews 8:65-8,12:77-80 ROBERTS,

technical

back-

SARTRE,JEAN-PAUL

The Burgos 9 :3-20

trials

(tr,' Harri

Webb)

SCHWENK, NORMAN

3:72-5 Richards, Alun Reviewed 22

GEOFFREY

Broadcasting-the ground 14:81-5

HYWEL

The commercial

radio line-up

2 :81-2

ROBERTS, KATE Fiction

SERANT,

PAUL

The rise of French regionalism

The chains around Thomas) 2 :5°-4 Roberts, Kate 2 :55-9

my

feet

(tr.

Ned

ROSSER, MELVIN

The Conference 20:8-12

Poem My clock 5/6:109 Scotland Coal industry, Brora 3 :25-7 Crofting 13:22-9 Gaelic culture 13:II-55 Highlantls and Islands Development Board 5/6 :5°-4 Language 4 :43-7 Nationalism 1 :9-13, 15:17-25 Oil industry 17:25-3° Radio Free Scotland 8:41-3 Regional development 5/6 :5°-4 Scottish Gaeldom (series) 13:11-55 SecondAeon travelling circussampler Reviewed 2 :78-80 Self-determination 24/25 :39-46 Separatist movements 7:29-31

of Peripheral

ROWLANDS, JOHN G.

The one/the other 24/25 :73-6 Poems Check/male 5/6: 112 I am a painting 14:7° Rugby Wales 1 :92-3, 14:13-20

Regions

2: 16- 19

SEYMOUR, JOHN

Living in Wales (2) 8:36-4° Sharkey, John,ed. Reviewed 13 :68-72 SHEPHERD, HARRY

Short story Glan-y-Mor 21 :66-8 Simachko, Maurice 20 :65-73 Simpson, Bill Reviewed 24/25:122-5 21

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i

Simpson, Louis Reviewed 8:65-8 Sithole, Ndabaningi Reviewed 14:61-3 Slate industry North Wales 10:67-74 Slessor,Malcolm Reviewed 12 :80-5 Small press publications 2 :41-8 Smith, Edward Lucie- See Lucie-Smith, Edward

I

I

SMITH,K. E. Review

7:77-9 Social accounting Wales 1:88-91 Socialism Wales 1:4-8, 14:3-9 Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isayevich 23:27-31,23:87-8 South Africa Language 18/19:3-9 Spain Galicia 24/25 :47-53 Nationalism, Basque Provinces 9 :3-20, 26/27:51-65

21 :73-9,

24/

TAIG, THOMAS Reviews 13:63-8,24/25:128-31 TANNER,

ROGER

National identity model 17:31-4 Television Wales 5/6:129-31, Tenby 5/6 :55-8

SPIKES, JOHN

The great British university on sunset boulevard (3) 18/19:20-1 Standardisation in industry 15 :9-16 Steel industry Wales 1:38-40

22

13:63-8, 18/19:147-52, 25: 128-3 I STEPHENS, RAYMOND

The end of the VictOl:ian family 5/6 :20-3 Stephens, Ruth, ed. Reviewed 4 :82-3 ' Stevenson,Watrick Reviewed \ 24/25:131-2 Styles, Showell Reviewed 2 I :89-92 Suleimenov, Oljas 20 :65-75 Sunday schools Wales 5/6:76-82

Writing in Gaelic 13:15-21 Smith, lain R. Reviewed 17:84-6

23 :74-8

MEIC

The Faroe Islands 26/27:41-50 Under two hats 9:55-63 Review 13:68-72 Stephens, Meic Reviewed

SMITH, lAIN CRICHTON

STEPHENS, ELAN CLOS Review

S'l'EPHENS,

and

the one-Wales

15:26-8, 20:90-6

THOMAS, DAVID VAUGHAN- See VAUGHANTHOMAS, DAVID

Thomas, Dylan 8:29-32, 20:49-52 Reviewed 10 :75-8 \

I THOMAS, EIRIAN

Review 9:92-6

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Thomas, Ned Reviewed 7:79-82

THOMAS, ELFYN

Bryncroes and the future school 2 :87-91 Review 12:1:15-8 Thomas, Hugh Reviewed 14 :55-7

of the rural

THOMAS, PETER

Poem The necessary whore 5/6:110-11 Short story Why, when the singing ended I I :62-6 Review 18/19:152-5

THOMAS, JOHN

Welsh language

press survey 2 :91~3

THOMAS, NED

I!

The air over Europe 3: 11-14 Changing the University of Walessome statements 5/6:20-1 A Commission on the language? 18/19:156-9 Culture, community, territory and survivaI17:21-4 (Current Welsh affairs and) Solzhenitsyn and the Basques 23 :86-8 The E.E.C. from the periphery 20:3-7 The future of broadcasting 2 :3-4 The George Thomas era I :4-8 Is 'Anglo-Welsh' Commonwealth literature ? I I :24-6 I will cling to that old Celtic cross 8-7-10 Keeping up with Wales 5/6: 140-2

K rokodillaughs

Poems

R.

S.

Emerging

18/19: 10

Farm-hllnd 1:19 The fl째'Y.er 18/19:11 Welsh re'Sort I: 18 Thomas, R. S. Reviewed 7:77-9,15:73-7 THOMAS, ROGER

evocation

Llanwrtyd Wells-an 18/19:101-3 Motorway madness 15 :40~3

,..

THOMAS, ROY

End of Regional 3:81-2 THOMPSON~F. G.

Highland

Employment

development

Premium .

5/6 :50-4

THOMPSON, RODNEY HYDETHOMPSON, RODNEY THOMSON, DERICK Poems

2 I :46-51

Laws and orders 12 :4-8 A note on safety 16:87-8 The radio lecture 15:83-5 Road signs campaign 3 :83-4 Socialism and the two~Wales model 14:3-9 10.30 and all that 5/6: I29-3 I The Western mail-everybody's dilemma 9:46-51 Translation of fiction The chains around my feet (Kate Roberts) 2 :50-4

Review 3 :79-80

I

THOMAS,

See

HYDE-

Blood 13 :55 Fuil 13:55 Thomson, Derick Reviewed 24/25:109-13 THORPE, MICHAEL Short story \

A little surprise 18/19:134-4째 Thorpe. Michael Reviewed 4:75-8 23


Thrillers 3 :52-5 Times, The 9 :39-41 TOMKINS, c. R.

Constructing social accounts 1:88-91 Tomkins, C. R. Reviewed 9 :92-6 TOULSON, SHIRLEY

The Taff Morgan show 5/6: I28 Valley 14:37-45 Short stories Apricot sponge with a sage 15 :37-9 Casualty 17:46-8 Tripp, John Reviewed 8:61-5, 10:80-5

Short story Playground

of England

Tourism

18/ I 9: I 13- I 7

Pembrokeshire 18/19:76-80 Transport Wales 13 :79-84 TRANSTROMER,

TOMAS

Poems (tr. Robin Fulton) Allegro 15 :45 In the outskirts of work 15 :46 Lament 15 :44 TRAUTTMANNSDORF,ANTONIA Review 14:51-4 TRIPP, JOHN

Aimez-vous Solzhenitsyn ? 23:27-31 At the rainbow's end 5/6:55-8 End of a Guild 24/25 :77-81 The English at the Eisteddfod 18/19: 64-70 Indonesian interlude 22 :74-9 The monster in Glamorgan 1:38-40 Round the poets 16:61-72 Under two hats 9 :55-63 Viriamu Lewis slept here 20 :90-6 The way the biscuit crumbles 26/27 :23-8 Poems Famous man 23: 16 Inquisition 7 :38 Mission 12: 3 On the border: A mess of pottage; Eglwys Newydd; 1927-1970; Testimony; Humdrum; Godd morning Wales; Dylan Thomas leaves Swansea 8: 11-20 24

Ulster 13:3-9 Ulster debate, The Reviewed 15 :78-80 UnamuI1o, Miguel de U :34-43 Unesco: Canad~/U nesco symposium on linguistic and cultural' diversity 16:6.10, 17:21-4 United Nations 1:14-18 United States of America Bilingual education 18/19:39-43 Universities 5/6:15-19 . University College of Wales, Aberystwyth 18/19:12-21 University graduates Unemployment 5/6 :29-32 University of Nairobi 24/25 :32-8 University of Wales 4:84-8, 5/6:20-8, 15:86-8 U.S.A. Bilingual education 18/19:39-43 U.S.S.R. 21 :16-29 Donetsk 2 I :35-41 Humour 21 :46.51 Language 20 :53-64 Moscow 2 I :30-4 Yuzovka 2 1:35-41 VAUGHAN,ALED

The future of broadcasting Fiction An episode 4 :59-64

2 :6-8

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VAUGHAN-THOMAS,

WADE,

Dulas Valley 5/6:131-7

DAVID

The great British university boulevard (2) 18/19:16-19 Verdi, Guiseppe 1:46-51

on sunset

CATHERINE

Review 23:83-5 WADE,

STEPHEN

A

Lancastrian Welsh nationalist 18/19:1°4-7 Short story Education pathetique 24/25 :82-6 Wagner, Richard 2 :37-4° WAIN, JOHN

Thinking Russian 2 I :16-29 Poems The Feng poems 4 :65-74 Wain, John Reviewed I :69-7 I WALDEN-JONES, D. R. Another English language case: Minister of Posts and Telecommunications v. Harbottle 1st April, 1975 15 :26-8 Wales 24/25 :87-90 Aberdare 2:31-6 Agriculture 5/6 :3-5 Anglesey 26/27 :29-32 Arts 5/6:137-40, 9:25-34, 13:85-8, 14:71-6 Bilingualism 4 :28-33, 24/25: 73-6 Broadcasting 2 :3-14, 14:81-5, 15 :83-5 Building 3 :85-7 Cardiff 23 :2 1-2 leadmines Cardiganshire I :94-6 ; 10 :55-66; politics 2 :83-7 Civil liberties 12: I 7-19 Coal industry, Wattstown, Rhondda Fach 3 :20-4 Commercial radio 2:8 1-2 Culture I :2 1-6, 22 :53-72 Design 8:7-10

.

Economy 1:88-91, 3:3-10; 5/6:45-9, 26/27 :3-8 Education 8 :33-5, 15:86-8, 23 :32-41 ; bilingual 16:33-40; Bryncroes 2 :87-91 English attitudes to 24/25:2 I-3° Eye on Wales (series) See Eye on Wales Forestry 3:45-51 Gilfach Goch 5/6:39-44, 14:85-8 Gwynedd 23 :3-15 History 22 :53-72 Howard League for Penal Reform 22 :80-2 Immigriltion 17:49-52 Industry 3:81-2, 5/6:5-6 Leadmines, Cardiganshire 10 :55-66 Living in Wales (series) See Living in Wales Llanwrtyd Wells 18/19:101-3 Merthyr Tydfil 18/19:89-92 Music 14:76-80 National characteristics 9:21-4, 17:31-4 Nationalism 5/6:7-11, 18/19:71-5, 24/25 :2 I-3°, 24/25 :87-90 Penal system 22 :80-2 Politics 5/6:7-11, 14:3-9; Cardiganshire 2 :83-7 Press 9 :35-8, 9 :46-5 I, 9 :55-79, 9 :84-6 Publications 5/6:14°-2,9:101-2,13:75-8 Public opinion 10:25-37 Recording 14: 76-80 Road signs 3 :83-5, 16 :83-8 Rugby 1:92-3, 14:13-20 Slate industry, North Wales 10:67-74 Social accounting 1:88-91 Socialism 1:4-8, 14:3-9 Steel industry, Port Talbot I :38-4° Sunday schools 5/6 :76-82 Television 5/6: I 29-3 I, 15:26-8, 20 :9°-6 Tenby 5/6 :55-8 Tourism, Pembrokeshire 18/19:76-80 25


Transport 13:79-84 Women 15:33-6 WALKER,

Welsh Arts Council 5/6: I37-40, 9 :25-34, 9:55-63 WELSH BOOKS COUNCIL

VALERIE

'Cardigansbire politics 2:83-7 Walker, Valerie. Reviewed 2 I :69-73 WARD,J. P. Poems Science 9: 104 There is a green hill 16:41-56 Wars of national liberation 7: 13-19 WATKINS,

IEUAN

Short story After the weekend 8:55-8 Wattstown, Rhondda Fach 3 :20-4 WEBB,A. M. The magistrate's dilemma (letters Mrs. Margaret Davies) 12 :46-58 WEBB,

The publishers: Christmas 9:101-2. The publishers' Eisteddfod 13 :75-8 Welsh language 2:21-5,4:13-27, 9:21-4, 14:3-9, 18/19:156-9, 20:53-64, 21 :3-5, 22 :53-72 Cymdeithas yr laith m.anifesto 26/27: 77-136 Gwynedd 23 :3-15 Learning 7 :39-41 Legal system and 12:4-38, 12:46-58 Press 2 ';9 1-3 WELSH LA~GUAGE SOCIETY

to

HARRI

Galicia 24/25 :47-53 Poems The baffled birdwatcher 21 :52-3 Enlli 4:12 Marwnad for drums 7: 19-20 Missionary position 24/25:31 Thoughts iriaiJ. area of outstanding natural beauty 20 :89 Translations of articles The Burgos trials (Jean-Paul Sartre) 9 :3-20 The manifesto of Cymdeithas yr laith 26/27:77;'136 Translations of poems Galicia (Manuel Maria) 24/25:55 News (Manuel Maria) 24/25 :54 Wales 1970 (from the Breton of Paol Keineg) 7 :28 Review I I :94-6 Weil, Simone Reviewed 3:76-9 26

Manifesto (tr. Rarri Webb) 26/27: 77-136 Welsh Language Society 3 :83-5, 12 :9-16, 14:3-9 Welsh literature I 1:17-23, 26/27:14-22 Welsh London 2 :95-6 Welsh Office 1:85-7 Welshman Characteristics of 9:21-4, 17:31-4 Western mail, The 9:46-51 WIGGINS,JOHN H. Editorship in Wales 9 :84-6 WILLIAMS,

BARNABY

Short story Chessboard WILLIAMS,

Quebec WILLIAMS,

HUW

I 1:77-84

COLIN

after

the elections

21 :6-15

D. J.

Short story

Pant y BriI5/6:69-75 WILLIAMS,

DIANA GRUFFYDD

Guide to Welsh London 2 :95-6 Williams,

Elma

M.

Reviewed 1:84 WILLIAMS,

EVAN GWYN

Short story The vigil 5/6 :83-7

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WILLIAMS,

GARETH

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Fields of praise 14: 13-20 WlLLIAMS,

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Poem Account to balance 21 :65 Translationsof and commentariesonpoems Baglawc byddin (Red Book of Hergest) 10:12-15 Can y medd (T. Gwynn Jones) 1:43-5 Difiau dychafael (Saunders Lewis) 14:35-6 Pen Urien (Canu Llywarch Hen) 3 :29-31 Reviews 9:96-9,24/25:109-13 Williams, Gwyn Reviewed 4:79-82, 14:51-4 WlLLIAMS,

HERBERT

Short stories Cometh the hour 11:67-76 The human touch 18/19:126-33 WILLIAMS,

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, One blood, yet twain' 24/25 :21-30 Saunders 20 :25-30 , Writers of Wales' 26/27 :14-22 Reviews 15:]3.-7,26/27:142-8 WILLIAMS,

JAC L.

Review 21 :94-6 Williams, J ames Reviewed 10:78-9 WlLLlAMS,

JIM

Review 5/6:126-7 Williams, John Stuart Reviewed 8:61-5. WlLLIAMs,

L. J.

Review 5/6:120-2 WILLIAMS,

PENELOPE

Short story Early one morning WILLIAMS,

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Yr Heddlu Cudd 12 :39-45 A last word on road signs 16 :83-7 The parties and the European future (2) 20:23-4 Why not a federal structure? 5/6 :26-8 Reviews 2 :65-8, 13 :56-60 WILLIAMS, RlTA

Review 17 :86-8 Williams, T. L. Reviewed 1:71-4 WILLlAMSON,

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The sweet habit of the blood 2:31-6 Women Wales 15 :33-6 WOOLFE~ RAY

Second time around 24/25 :87-90 Wordsworth, William 7:77-9 World War I 10:25-37, 11:17-23 Wright, Frank Lloyd 18/19:44-6 'Writers of Wales' series 26/27 :14-22

Poppit 5/6:76-82 WlLLIAMS,

JOHN STUART

Rugby, ritual and protest I :92-3 Poem Woodsmoke 14:69

Yugoslavia 20:41-8 Yuzovka 21 :35-41 ZEHETMAYER, J. W. L.

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ABSE, DANNIE Return ticket to Cardiff 44: 28-32 Abse, Dannie Reviewed 42: 54-7 ABSE,LEO Talking about devolution - 1 (interview with Gwyn Erfyl) 47: 4-10 Acton, Thomas Reviewed 29: 48-50

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Learning Welsh - 2 32: 30-3 ADAMS, SAM Geraint Goodwin 29: 30-4 Poem Rough boys 34: 16 Adams, Sam, ed. Reviewed 42: 57-8 Adcock, Fleur Reviewed 32: 46-9 Man valley 45/6: 97-101 Agriculture Wales, Cardiganshire 33: 44-51 ALLEN,GRAHAM Short Story Rough justice 39: 17-19 American Indians 49/50: 102-111 Ang1o-We1shliterature 28: 2-7,31: 29-36, 41: 30-3, 45/6: 26-34 Children's books 49/50: 95-100 ANSTEY, SANDRA Review 44: 58-9 Architecture Clwyd 34: 17-21 Army Royal Welch Fusiliers 28: 21-4 , Art in Wales 33: 52 Wales in 31: 37-47 Arts Council 35: 24-5 AULL, CHARLOTTE H. Nationalism after the Referendum 49/50: 64-70 --

BAINES, ELIZABETH Short story Boiling the potatoes 42: 31-2 BALDWIN, DAVID French nationalism - the linguistic dimension 43: 34-7 BaUads, Welsh broadside. 33: 16-19 2

BALLARD, PAUL H. The changing chapels 43: 54-9 Ballard, Paul H., ed. Reviewed 32: 49.,51 Bangor, University College 35: 2, 49/50: 5..11 BARAS,ALEXANDROS Poem Erebus and terror (tr. Yannis G()umas) 39: 9-10 BARNIE, JOHN Poems Angels 47: 30 Winter on Agersp 49/50: 141 \ Review 49/50: 136-40 Basque Provinces Nationalism 28: 1Politics 41: 14-17 Bebb, Ambrose 37/8: 70-9 Belgium Flemish universities 29: 7-14 BELL, STEPHEN The international tribunal on Britain's presence in Ireland 45/6: 16-17 BERRY,RON Short stories Max Thomas 36: 45-9 Time spent 48: 44-9 Berwick, Thurso, ed. Reviewed 45/6: 122-3 Bevan, Aneurin 41: 26-8 BIANCHI, ANTHONY Let the poem shout praise 40: 22-6 Waldo and apocalypse 44: 5-12 Review 49/50: 122-8 BIDGOOD, RUTH Poem Exhibition, Machynlleth 40: 10 Bilingualism Wales 33: 20-8 BOORE, W.H. Short story Grandpa, RA. 45/6: 63-6 Bordeaux Declaration, The 43: 11-16 BOWEN, EUROS Poem When the wind (tr. Tom Earley) 49/50: 70 Breton language 36: 22-4 British Labour Party 31: 2-3


Brittaily Language 36: 22-4 Nationalism 33: 1-5 Broadcasting Wales, commercial radio 31: 21-4, 48: 17-20; television 41: 2-3 Broadside ballads, Welsh 33: 16-19 Bronk, Wi1liam Reviewed 42: 54-7 Brown, Dee Reviewed 49/50: 111 BROWN, GEORGE MACKAY The cures of Saint Magnus 40: 44-6 Brown, George Mackay 40: 38-44 Brown, Gordon, ed. Reviewed 32: 38-41 BUCHANAN, KEITH New world emerging 41: 4-13 Reviews 45/6: 116-9, 47: 56-8, 49/50: 135-6 BUGNICOURT, JACQUES Tourism and the Third World 45/6: 78-85 Busking 48: 30-4

CAMPBELL, IAN The teaching of Scottish literature 42: 14-18 Canada Politics, Quebec 41: 4-13 Cardiff 44: 28-41 Cardiganshire 32: 25-6 Farming 33: 44-51 Carter, Haro1d, ed. Reviewed 34: 48-50 Cata1unya 39: 2-7 Politics 48: 10-14 Cathomas, Bernard Reviewed 49/50: 140-1 CELTIC LEAGUE Statement (on Socialism and national aspirations) 37/8: 81-3 Chapels South Wales 43: 54-9 Children's books 40: 57-8, 44: 47-9 Ang1o-We1sh 49/50: 95-100 China Politics 39: 14-16 Christianity 32 : 1-10

CLARK,ANDREW She's bloody beautiful, she is 36: 50-2 CLARKE, GILLIAN Poem Last rites 35: 5 Clarke, Gi1lian Reviewed 49/50: 136-40 Class system Working classes 37/8: 66-9 Working class movements, Wales 37/8: 54~9 CLOUGH, DAYID William Eastlake and the human beings 49/50: 102-110 C1ough, Sir Richard 34: 17-21 Clwyd Architecture 34: 17-21 Llanelidan 49/50: 20-2 Welsh language 28: 25-35 COLLINGS, ROYNAN Short story The mountain 29: 40..2 Colonialism, internal 37/8: 60-5 and Wales 36: 1-2, 45/6: 89-96 Commercial radio Wales 30: 21-4. 48: 17-20 Community 37/8: 18-19 Community Councils Wales 32: 18-21 Comprehensive education Wales 30: '14-15 Conference on Socialism and the National Question 37/8: 52-101 CONRAN,ANTHONY Translation of poem The geese (R. Williams Parry) 41: 46 Review 45/6: 111-6 Corman, Cid Reviewed 42: 54-7 Cornish language 30: 29-33 Corsica 29: 1-6 COUNCIL OF EUROPE The Bordeaux Declaration 43: 11-16 Council of Europe 40: 18-20 COX, IDRISSocialism and the national question 37/8: 91-5 CRAWFORD, ALISTAIR Bilingual typography 33: 20-8 Photography in Wales 44: 13-27 Creative writing Wales 41: 30-3 3


Education Wales, comprehensive 30: 14-15; rural 41: 18-25; teaching of literature 45/6: 26-34 Edwards, H.W.J. Reviewed 32: 41-4 Eisteddfodau 33: 52 ELLIS, TOM Talking about devolution - 2 (interview with Dylan lorwerth) 47: 11-18 Review 35: 49-50 English literature 31: 27-8 Engraving and Wales 31: 37-47 Entertainment Busking 48: 30-4 ERFYL, GWYN Talking about devolution - 1 (interview with Leo Abse) 47: 4-10 ERSKINE, SARA, ed. Murchadh MacPharlain 28: 8-15 Estonia 49/50: 10 ETA 28: 1, 41: 14-17 Europe Regionalisation 43: 11-16 European Community 40: 16-18, 43: 11-16 Euzkadi Ta Azkatasuna 28: 1, 41: 14-17 Evans, George Ewart Reviewed 40: 57-8 EVANS, J.c. Poems Margam orangery 49/50: 22 Three nightmares 48: 59 Town blocks 34: 29 Farming Wales, Cardiganshire 33: 44-51 Federal Republic of Germany 49/50: 40-52 FENNELL, DESMOND The Irish Samurai 45/6: 9-16 More than the fleshpots 43: 24-32 Northern Ireland: the search for a solution 45/6: 6-8 Where it went wrong 36: 3-13 FINCH, PETER Small presses 44: 50-2 Review 32: 53

Finland 42: 35-40 FISHER, DAN It's the same the 'ole world over... 49/50: 10 FITZPATRICK, MARTIN Peter Lord 39: 20-3 Flemish universities 29: 7-14 Football Wales, Haverfordwest 40: 47-9 Foreign relations Wales 43: 2-8 France Language 43: 34-7; Brittany 36: 22-4 , Nationalism 43: 34-7; \ Brittany 33: 1-5 FREEMAN, BOBBY From a TV P.R. office 40: 20-1 FUL TON, ROBIN Poems Anthropological occasion 45/6: 55 Hotel room, New Year 45/6: 56 In Norfolk 45/6: 56 Reading a last book 45/6: 55 FURNIV AL, CHRISTINE Poem Parable 34: 28 Furnival, Christine Reviewed 42: 54-7 Gaelic Irish 36: 3-13 Scottish 36: 17-21 GAHAN, CARMEL Poems Eve 35: 32 Moving on 35: 32 GALLAGHER,TOM Radical retreat 49/50: 12-19 GARLICK, RAYMOND Poems The apartment 45/6: 54 At the trial 49/50: 117 Here 49/50: 117 Law report 49/50: 117 Portrait of the young dog as an artist 41: 29 Rollcall 30: 20 Garlick, Raymond 40: 22-6 George, W.R.P. Reviewed 35: 49-50 German language Bern dialect 34: 12-13 5


Germany Federal Republic 49/50: 40-52 Sorbs 34: 30-4 Wends 34: 30-4 GIARDELLI, ARTHUR Eisteddfod art 33: 52 GION, NANDOR Fiction Vinigos katona (tr. Alan Duff) 41: 47-55 GLEN,DUNCAN Hugh MacDiarmid 1892-1978 45/6: 23-6 Goodwin, Geraint 29: 30-4 GOUMAS, YANNIS Translation of poem Erebus and terror (Alexandros Bm-as) 39: 9-10 GRIFFIN, T.F. Poem Dusk on Pendle Hill 48: 16 GRIFFITHS, ROBERT The other Aneurin Bevan 41: 26-8 Review 32: 38-41 GRIFFITHS,1WELI The November Conference 37/8: 52-3 GRUFFYDD, PETER Short story They have taken her away 37/8: 44-6 GWENALLT What I believe 32: 1-10 Poems Nine poems: Pigeons; The dead; Glamorgan; Glamorganshire; Rugby; Glamorganshire and Carmarthenshire; The depression; Graves; Neighbours (tr. B.S. Johnson and Ned Thomas) 29: 19-23

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Language 49/50: 34-9 Hague, Rene Reviewed 44: 57 HAINES, MEIC Cymru Goch 37/8: 6

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HALL, PETER The November Conference 37/8: 52-3 Working-class unity 37/8: 66-9 HASLEHURST, MARTIN Short story Leech 45/6: 61-3 Haverfordwest 40: 47-9 HEANEY, SEAMUS The interesting case of John Alphonsus Mulrennan 41: 34-40 Hearne, Derrick Reviewed 32: 41-4, 47: 56-8 }lechter, Michael '\ Reviewed 30: 52-3 HEINMILLER, GLENN Euzkadi since the elections 41: 14-17 Helias, Pierre-J akez Reviewed 49/50: 135-6 HENDERSON, JEAN Poem The bone scan 49/50: 11 Review 32: 49-51 HILL, GREG Fourth World colloquium 37/8: 18-19 Living in Wales 45/6: 34-7 Translation of poem Rwy'n gweld 0 bell (T.E. Nicholas) 49/50: 113 HIRST, DESlREE Gradual warfare 45/6: 18-23 HODGES, H.A. Gwenallt 29: 24-9 HOLLOWAY,GEOFFREY Poem Mr Thomas, Mr Watkins 43: 60 Holmer, Per, tr. Reviewed 49/50: 132-4 HOOKER, JEREMY A dream of a country 49/50: 53-61 A seeing belief 39: 35-43 Poem Friend with a mandolin 29: 53 Reviews 32: 46-9, 37/8: 49-51, 42: 54-7 Hooker, Jeremy Reviewed 30: 50-1 Horovitz, Mike, ed. Reviewed 32: 53


Hughes, Colin Reviewed 49/50: 134 Hughes, Gwilym Rees, ed. Reviewed 42: 57-8 HUGHES, RICHARD Poem R.S. Thomas 33: 15 Hughes, Richard 45/6: 68-77 Humphreys, E.O. 31: 14-15 HUMPHREYS, EMYR The night of the fire 49/50: 74-94 Poetry, prison and propaganda 43: 17-23 Fiction Two episodes 39: 24-34 Humphreys, Emyr 39: 35-43, 39: 44-9 Reviewed 45/6: 1l9-22 HYDE-THOMPSON, RODNEY Poem The first of November 34: 53 Illich, Ivan 33: 1-5 Internal colonialism 37/8: 60-5 and Wales 36: 1-2, 45/6: 89-96 International relations Wales 43: 2-8 International Tribunal on Britain's Presence in Ireland 45/6: 16-17 10RWERTH, DYLAN Talking about devolution - 2 (interview with Tom Ellis) 47: 11-18 IRA 45/6: 9-16 Ireland History 33: 16-19 Language 33: 12-14 Literature 41: 34-40 Politics 33: 16-19, 36: 14-16 Republicanism 45/6 9-16 Ireland, Northern Poetry 33: 6-11, 45/6: 18-23 Politics 45/6: 3-17 Irish language 36: 3-13 Irish Republican Army 45/6: 9-16 Israel 31: 16-20 JACOBS, NICOLAS Learning Welsh - 3 34: 14-16 Poem In memoriam D.J./28.x.74 29: 18 Reviews 30: 50-1, 35: 51-2, 40: 54-7

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Jamaica 36: 29-32 JAMES, CLlVE The language in Clwyd 28: 25-35 The language in Dyfed 43: 37-49 JAMES, WYNFORD Cymdeithasiaeth 37/8: 98-9 JARMAN, A.O.H. The heroic view of life in early Welsh verse 44: 42-7 Plaid Cymru in the Second World War 48: 21-30 Jenkins, Daniel Reviewed 30: 41-4 JENKINS, MICHAEL In darkest Germany 49/50: 40-52 Poems The middle-class association 37/8: 30 Mr management man 37/8: 30 JENKINS, NIGEL Poems At Ainadamar 45/6: 57 Yr laith 45/6: 58 Land of song (Lm. 1/3/79) 49/50: 60 Sheep 45/6: 58 Jenkins, Randal, ed. Reviewed 29: 43-6, 42: 57-8 JOHNSON, B.S. Translation of poems Nine poems: Pigeons; The dead; Glamorgan; Glamorganshire; Rugby; Glamorganshire and Carmarthenshire; The depression; Graves; Neighbours (Gwenallt, tr. with Ned Thomas) 29: 19-23 JOHNSON, R.W. Review 40: 49-52 Jones, Beti Reviewed 47: 56-8 JONES, BOB! I'm your boy 42: 2-10 JONES, D. GRAHAM fllustrations Drawings of Cardiff 44: 36-41 JONES, D. GWENALLT See GWENALLT JONES, D.R. WALDEN- See WALDEN-JONES, D.R. JONES, DAVID Swatches from the weave of time 40: 38-44 7


Jones, David Reviewed 35: 51-2 JONES, DEWI MORRIS The struggle for Breton 36: 22-4 Jones, Don Da1e-See Da1e-Jones, Don JONES, ELIZABETH The institutions of the new Europe 40: 16-20 Jones, Erastus, ed. Reviewed 32: 49-51 JONES, G.O. Nails 43: 32-4 To be burnt unread 35: 3-5 JONES, GERALLT See JONES, R. GERALLT JONES, GLYN Duw, it's hard 35: 6-8 Review 40: 53-4 JONES, GRAHAM Short story Research workers 29: 35-9 Jones, Gwyn, ed. Reviewed 45/6: 111-6 JONES, HARRI PRITCHARD- See PRITCHARD-JONES, HARRI JONES, J.R. Need the language divide us? 49/50: 23-33 Jones, P. Mansell Reviewed 29: 47-8 JONES, PETER THABIT Poem Stuffed cobra 34: 29 JONES,R.GERALLT Jamaica (interview with Michae1 Man1ey) 36: 29-32 A place in the mind 42: 40-6 Jones, R. Gerallt Reviewed 40: 58 Jones, R. Gerallt, ed. Reviewed 30: 44-50 JONES, R. TUDUR Review 30: 41-4 JONES, RICHARD The Music of Time 37/8: 32-9 JONES, ROGER A phoenix in Wales 45/6: 86-9 Real cultural exchange 32: 22-4 8

JONES, ROGER STEPHENS The Angry Summer 37/8: 21-8 Reviews 40: 58, 42: 57-8 JONES, SALLY ROBER TS Taliesin and the Ffestiniog Railway 49/50: 95-100 Short story Travellers 34: 26-8 Jones, Sally Roberts Reviewed 42: 54-7, 49/50: 136-40 Jones, T. Harri Reviewed . 49/50: 128-32 JQNE~, TEGWXN 'Ufudd-dod yn Barhaus' 33: 16-19 Jura, Switzerland 31: 11-13, 47: 27-30 KELLY, GARETH S. Socialism, multi-national states and sovereignty 37/8: 80-1 KENNERLEY, EIJA Growing up in Viipuri 42: 35-40 Kurds 47: 31-7 'Kurds have no friends, The' 47: 31-7 Labour Party 31: 2-3 Labour Party, Scottish 31: 2-3, 37/8: 14-17 Language Belgium 29: 7-14 Breton 36: 22-4 Cornish 30: 29-33 France 43: 34-7 German, Bern dialect 34: 12-13 Ireland 33: 12-14 Irish 36: 3-13 and Law 47: 38-53 Malaysia 29: 15-16 Scientific 29: 15-16 Switzerland, Bern dialect 34: 12-13 Wales 34: 36-47, 40: 2-10, 49/50: 23-33 Welsh 34: 36-47, 49/50: 23-33; Clwyd 28: 25-35; Dyfed 43: 37-49 Learning 28: 16-20, 32: 30-3, 34: 14-16; and typography 33: 20-8 Law and Language 47: 38-53


Law, T.S., ed. Reviewed 45/6: 122-3 LEALE, RC. Poems A day in spring 34: 25 The last post 34: 25 Wheel in grass 34: 25 Learning Welsh (series) ADAMS, MARJORIE 32: 30-3 JACOBS, NICHOLAS 34: 14-16 MABY, CEDRIC 28:16-20 Legal system Welsh language and 44: 2-3 LEVAY,CLARE The family farm 33: 44-51 LEWIS, DAVID Poem A Guardian sub-editor remembers 40: 59 LEWIS, GWYN ILLTYD Reviews 34: 51-2, 40: 57-8 Lewis, Peter Elfed, ed. Reviewed 32: 46-9 LEWIS, SAUNDERS Review 49/50: 134 Lewis, Saunders 49/50: 74-94 Libro Blaneo del Euskara, El Reviewed. 47: 59-61 Lindgren, Astrid 44: 47-9 Lindgren, Per, tr.[ Reviewed .49/50: 132-4 LIPMAN, BEATA Apres Durrenmatt 35: 24-5 Literature Anglo-Welsh 28: 2-7, 31: 29-:~6, 41: 30-3, 45/6: 26-34; , children's 49/50: 95-100 Children's 44: 47-9; AngloWelsh 49/50: 95-100 English 31: 27-8 Ireland 41: 34-40 Northern Ireland 33: 6-11, 45/6: 18-23 Scottish 42: 14-18 Short story 35: 6-8 Wales 41: 30-3 Welsh 33: 16-19, 43: 17-23, 44: 42-7 Llanelidan 49/50: 20-2 LLOYD,D.TECWYN The Romantic parody 31: 29-36 Wales - see England 34: 36-47

Lloyd George, David 49/50: 74-94 Local government Wales 31: 4-10, 32: 18-21 LONGLEY,EDNA The universal warning 33: 6-11 Lord, Peter 39: 20-3 LOVERING, JOHN The theory of the internal colony 45/6: 89-96 LUCKIN, BILL The Gang of Four 39: 14-16 Review 29: 48-50 LUKE, PAUL Illich and the devolutionists 33: 1-5 '\ Review 30: 52-3, 32: 41-4 Lusatia Sorbs 34: 30-4 MABY, CEDRIC

Cymru - an international rol~? 43: 2-8 Learning Welsh- 1, 28: 16-20 MAC AONGHUSA, MICHEAL (Synopsis of speech at the November Conference on Socialism and the National Question) 37/8: 83-4 MacDiarmid, Hugh 45/6: 23-6 Reviewed 45/6: 122-3 MACDONALD, J.A. Review. 41: 58-60 MACFARLANE, MURDO See MACPHARLMN,MURCHADH MACGILL-EAIN, SOMHAIRLE See MACLEAN, SORLEY MacKinnon, Kenneth Reviewed 29: 46-7, 41: 56-7 MacLean, Sortey Reviewed 41: 58-60 MACPHARLAIN, MURCHADH (Extracts and translations ed. Sara Erskine) 28: 8-15 MAC SHEOIN, TOMAS Tranยงlations of poems by Mairtl'n 0 Direain The dropped stitch 33: 15 Sea-shore fishermen 33: 15

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Six Poems: Homage to John Millington Synge; A small drop; The end of an island; The month of June; The end of an era; The sea's victory 43: 9-10 MADDEN, LIONEL Peacock's marriage 31: 48-52 Magazines Wales 49/50: 3-4 Mahon, Derek Reviewed 32: 46-9 Malaysia Language 29: 15-16 MANLEY, MICHAEL Jamaica (interview with R Gerallt Jones) 36: 29-32 Markale, Jean Reviewed 49/50: 135-6 MARO, JUDITH Israel/Wales (interview with NedThomas) 31: 16-20 Marriage Wales 40: 2-10 MATHIAS, ROLAND Poem Sir Gelli to RS. 42: 59 Review 44: 57 Mathias, Roland, ed. Reviewed 40: 54-7 MEARS, ROBERT Review 39: 50-2 MEILS, GARETH Ambrose Bebb 37/8: 70-9 MERCHANT, MOELWYN Poems Ghetto: via negativa 41: 40 Revealing a skull 41: 33 MINHINNICK, ROBERT Poem The drinking art 45/6: 85 Minority group culture 28: 2-7 MONTEYNE, ANDRE The Flemish universities (tr. ElwynDavies) 29: 7-14 MORGAN,ANDRE Three voices 39: 44-9 Morgan, Christopher Reviewed 42: 54-7 Morris, Brian Reviewed 42: 54-7. 49/50: 136-40 10

MORRIS,O.T. Salesman in the Thirties 32: 25-6 NAIRN, TOM The S.L.P. 37/8: 14-17 Scotland and Wales 34: 1-11 Nairn, Tom Reviewed 40: 49-52 NASH,ROY Rethinking mral education 41: 18-25 National Eisteddfod 33: 52 Nationalism 32: 1-10, 37/8: 1-8, , 37/8: 52-101, 43: 24-32 \ Catalunya 39: 2.7, 48: 10-14 Basque provinces 28: I, 41: 14-17 Brittany 33: 1-5 Corsica 29: 1-6 France 43: 34-7 Scotland 31: 2-3,34: 1.11 Wales 34: 1-11, 37/8: 54-9, 37/8: 70-9.37/8: 84-95, 37/8: 98~9, 48: 21-30, 49/50: 23-33, 49/50: 64-70, 49/50: 74-94, 49/50: I11 New Departures Reviewed 32: 53 NICHOLAS, T.E. Poem Rwy'n gweld 0 bell '(tr. Greg Hill) 49/50: 113 NISBET, ROBERT Bridge Meadow blues 40: 47-9 Dai Prufrock and the Devolution Man 47: 25-7 Dream and innocence 48: 37-43 RS. Thomas 35: 26-30 Young dog in Swansea 45/6: 37-41 Nonconformity 32: 12-17 Wales 43: 54-9 NORRIS, LESLIE Poem A message for Dafydd ap Gwilym 36: 45 North Wales Quarrymen's Union 30: 1-3 Northern Ireland Poe try 33: 6-11, 45/6: 18-23 Politics 45/6: 3-17 November Conference on Socialism and the National Question 37/8: 52-101


O'Brien, Conor Cruise 49/50: 12-19 0 DlREAIN, MAIRTIN Poems (tr. Tomas Mac Sheoin) The dropped stitch 33: 15 Sea-shore fishermen 33: 15 Six poems: Homage to John Millington Synge; A small drop; The end of an island; The month of June; The end of an era; The sea's victory 43: 9-10 .

PARSONS, DAVID W. Living in Hampstead 37/8: 102 PARTRIDGE, COLIN Smouldering bush 28: 2-7 PEACH, LINDEN The pure present 37/8: 40-3 Peacock, Thomas Love 31: 48-52 Penyberth 49/50: 74-94 Periodicals .

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Records of popular consciousness 40: 11-15 O'NEILL, CHRIS Poems Calling 49/50: 112 Maw1Fr arg1wydd (Rhys 113297 o.c.) 47: 30 Opinion polls 45/6: 41-2 ORMOND, JOHN In certain lights: 1. Bad light stops play; 2. Patagonian portrait 36: 37-9 OSMOND,.JOHN Mr. Morris and the elephant 48: 2-8 Osmond, John Reviewed 32: 41-4, 45/6: 116-9 OWEN,TREFOR Review 41: 56-7 Oxford Book of Welsh Verse in English, The Reviewed 45/6: 111-6 Pacifism 37/8: 9-13 Painting and Wales 31:37-47 PARR, MALCOLM Les beaux jours 48: 58-9 Short stories The language of men 43: 59-60 This short day of frost and sun 31: 25-6 PARRI, MEURIG 'Homelands' and heartlands 48: 14-16 PARRY, R. WILLIAMS See WILLIAMS PARRY, R. PARRY-WILLIAMS, SIR THOMAS 'Hon' (tr. D.R. Wa1den-Jones) 49/50: 100 'Hon' (tr. John Simons) 49/50: 101

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PERRY,ALAN Poems In the second-hand bookshop 40: 15 Lightship 49/50: 104 News from Indonesia 29: 34 Spain (August 1975) 30: 40 Short story The temporary postman 30: 34-6 PERRY, JEAN fllus trations The temporary postman 30: 34-6 PERRY, PHILIP Busking - the graduate alternative 48: 30-4 Short story Closing sequence 49/50: 71-3 PERSON, YVES Against the nation-state 37/8: 1-8 PHILLIPS, GLYN O. Languages of science 29: 15-16 Photography Wales 44: 13-27 Plaid Cymru 48: 21-30, 49/50: 64-70 Planet 49/50: 3-4 Planning 37/8: 18-19 Poems '74 Reviewed 32: 46-9 Poetry Ulster 33: 6-11, .45/6: 18-23 Welsh 43: 17-23, 44: 42-7 Politics Canada 41: 4-13 China 39: 14-16 Ireland 33: 16-19, 36: 14-16 Northern Ireland 45/6: 3-17 South Africa 48: 14-16 Spain, Basque provinces 28: 1, 41: 14-17; Cata1unya 48: 10-14 ,Wales, 36~ 1-2, 48: 2-8, 48: 21-30

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POOLE, RICHARD 'In hazard' 45/6: 68-77 Poem Abandoned slate quarry, Nantlle 36: 44 Powell, Anthony 37/8: 32-9 PREECE,PETER Short story Landlord 44: 53-6 PRICE, GLANVILLE A new canton is born 47: 27-30 Reviews 29: 47-8, 37/8: 47-9, 47: 59-61, .

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PRICE, KEN St. David's Day at Keswick 42: 46-9 Printing Wales 33: 20-8, 44: 50-2 PRITCHARD-JONES, HARRI Mixed marriages 40: 2-8 Pryor, Ruth, ed. Reviewed 35: 51-2 Psycho-sociology Wales 42: 2-10 Publishing Wales 44: 50-2 PUGH, S.M. Poems The anaesthetists 32: 37 Handy hint for the tourist in Iceland 45/6: 37 Pushchin, Ivan Ivanovich 48: 50-6 Pushkin, Alexander Sergeevich 48: 50-6 PUXON,GRATTAN Roma 36: 25-8 Romani chib- the Romani language movement 49/50: 34-9

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Quebec Politics 41: 4-13 Radio Wales, commercial 31: 21-4, 48: 17-20 Red Paper on Scotland Reviewed 32: 38-41 REES, ALWYN D. A nation with a split personality 42: 11-13 REES,D. BEN Decline of Nonconformity 32: 12-17 12

Rees, David Reviewed 40: 53-4 REES, lOAN BOWEN The Jura question 30: 11-13 Referendum on devolution Wales 48: 2-8, 49/50: 64-70 Regionalisa tion European 43: 11-16 Religion 32: 12-17 Wales 43: 54-9 Republicanism Ireland 45/6: 9-16 Resurgence colloquium on community and planning 37/8: 18-19 :,, RHYS, JEAN Short story Night out, 1925 33: 32-4 Rhys, Jean 33: 29-31, 33: 35-41 RICHARDS, ALUN Short story On location 28: 36-51 RILEY, HOWARD fllustrations In the Upper Afan valley 45/6: 97-101 ROBERTS, ERNEST The Quarrymen's Union 30: 1-3 ROBERTS, KATE Kate Roberts in person (interview with Herbert Williams) 42: 26-30 Roberts, Kate 42: 19-26 Roma 36: 25-8 Language 49/50: 34-9 Romanes 49/50: 34-9 Romanticism and Wales 31: 29-36 Rowse, A.L. Reviewed 32: 51-2 Royal Welch Fusiliers 28: 21-4 Russia See U.S.S.R. RUTHERFORD,ANNA Review 49/50: 128-32 SAMUEL, WYNNE Community Councils 32: 18-21 SAUERWEIN, GEORG Poems Anwyl Arglwyddes 34: 35 'Cymru fum yn fwy na Saes' 34: 35 I'r Cymry 34: 35 Sauerwein, Georg 34: 30-4


SAUL fllustrations Faces from Llanddewi Brefi 41: 41-3 SAUNDERS, TlM Towards a new analysis 37/8: 99-101 Why I write in Cornish 30: 29-33 Scientific language 29: 15-16 Scotland Devolution 31: 2-3 Gaelic language 36: 17-21 Literature 42: 14-18 Nationalism 31: 2-3, 34: 1-11 Socialism 31: 2-3 Society 36: 33-6 Scottish Labour Party 31: 2-3, 37/8: 14-17 SCULLY, D.B. Marriage patterns and the decline of Welsh 40: 8-10 Sculpture, Wales 39: .20-3 Scupham, Peter Reviewed 32: 46-9 Second World War 48: 21-30 Separatist movements Switzerland 31: 11-13 Short story 35: 6-8 SILLARS, JIM Socialism and nationalism (interview) 31: 2-3 SIMONS, JOHN Translation of poem 'Hon' (Sir Thomas Parry-Williams) 49/50: 101 SKERRETT, R.A.Q. Reviews 29: 46-7 Slate industry North Wales 30: 1-22 SLESSOR, MALCOLM A viable society 36: 33-6 S.L.P. See Scottish Labour Party SMITH, lAIN CRICHTON Scottish Gaelic 36: 17-21 SMITH, RAY Poem The making of 'made' 35: 22 Snyder, Gary 37/8: 40-3 Social history Wales 40: 11-15 Socialism 32: 1-10, 37/8: 1-8, 37/8: 52-101 Scotland 31: 2-3 Society Scotland 36: 33-6

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Sociology Nonconformity 32: 12-17 Wales 40: 30-7 Sorbs 34: 30-4 South Africa Politics 48: 14-16 Spain Basque Provinces, nationalism 28: 1; politics 41: 14-17 Catalunya 39: 2-7; politics 48: 10-14 SPINDLER, MICHAEL Llanelidan - a village dies 49/50: 20-2 State, The 37/8: 9-13 Stennett, Roger Reviewed 42: 54-7 STEPHENS, MEIC The Corsican struggle 29: 1-6 Stephens, Meic Reviewed 37/8: 47-~ STEPHENS, RAYMOND Dylan Thomas and the biographers 48: 34-7 STEVENS, JEAN Poem Assault on the train 49/50: 107 STONE, GERALD The Sorbs of Lusatia 34: 30-4 STRUBELLITRUETA,ANTONI Political parties in Catalunya 48: 10-14 STRUBELL I TRUETA, MIQUEL Catalunya 39: 2-7 Political parties in Catalunya 48: 10-14 Swansea Sound Ltd. 31: 21-4 Switzerland Jura 31: '11-13, 47: 27-30 Language, Bern dialect 34: 12-13 TAYLOR, CLARE , In search of Creole culture 33: 42-3 Television 40: 20-1 Wales 41: 2-3 Third World and tourism- 45/6: 78-85 THOMAS, SIR BEN BOWEN E.O. Humphreys 30: 14-15 THOMAS, BRYNMOR Ireland's great silence 33: 12-14 Thomas, D.O. Reviewed 34: 51-2 13


Thomas, Dylan 45/6: 37-41, 48: 34-43 Thomas, Edward 35: 33-48 THOMAS, ENOCH Review. 29: 43-6 THOMAS, GRAHAM Poem The hedge 36: 36 Thomas, Helen 35: 33-48 THOMAS, NED The Bangor students 35: 2 Behind the devolution 35: 1-2 Carmarthen journal 44: 2-3 Come in Planet your time is up 49/50: 3-4 Failures of nerve 31: I Fourth Channel, eleventh hour 41: 2-3 Israel/Wales (interview with Judith Maro) 31: 16-20 Meeting Jean Rhys 33: 29-31 Neo-colonial Wales 36: 1-2 Northern Ireland - time to go 45/6: 3-5 Remember Euzkadi 28: I Two cheers for devolution? 47: 2-3 Translations of poems Nine poems: Pigeons; The dead; Glamorgan; Glamorganshire; Rugby; Glamorganshire and Carmarthenshire; The depression; Graves; Neighbours (Gwenallt, tr. with B.S. Johnson) 29: 19-23 THOMAS, R.S. The creative writer's suicide 41: 30-3 Poem Perspectives 49/50: 62-3 Extract from review Bury my heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown 49/50: III Thomas, R.S. 35: 26-30 Reviewed 29: 50-2, 44: 58-9, 49/50: 122-8 THOMPSON, RODNEY HYDE- See HYDE-THOMPSON, RODNEY Tourism Third World 45/6: 78-85 Wales 45/6: 86-9; Romantic 31: 29-47 Town and country planning 37/8: 18-19 Trade unions Wales 30: 1-3 14

TRIPP, JOHN Border run 34: 22-5 Family skeletons 41: 44-6 Farewell to a shambles 28: 21-4 Knocking - copy 31: 27-8 Last year in Marianglas 48: 60 Living on the strip 44: 32-5 Views from the taverns 47: 18-25 Poems lJ!I. 79 48: 9Alliances 44: 35 Ancient & modern 37/8: 29 Connection in Bridgend 49/50: 120 Farewell to the Jubilee 40: 27-9 . The medium is the menace 35: 23 '\ Mouse-race in W.I 42: 34 Night-shift at Egton 42: 33-4 Nos da to all that 47: 25 Paradox in Machynlleth 48: 9 Purgatory revisited 32: II Safari to Warwick 42: 33 Sleeper into Waverley, 1970 42: 34 Steel 45/6: 46 Three squibs 34: 29 Prose The Captain's visit 29: 17 Short stories Connection at Ust 36: 40-4 Day of the pigs 49/50: 114-20 Death on the Appel Quay 39: 11-13 Night of the patriots 45/6: 43-6 The Reds are coming 30: 37-40 A skirmish at Inch 43: 50-4 Reviews 29: 50-2, 32: 51-2 Tripp, John Reviewed 49/50: 136-40 TRUETA, STRUBELL I See STRUBELL I TRUETA TYLER, F.R. Poem The answer 42: 18 Typography Wales 33: 20-8 Ulster Poetry 33: 6-11, 45/6: 18-23 Politics 45/6: 3-17 Universities Flemish 29: 7-14 University College, Bangor 35: 2, 49/50: 5-11 University of Wales Bangor 35: 2, 49/50: 5-11


U.S.S.R. Estonia 49/50: 10 History 48: 50-56

Local government 31: 4-10, 32: 18-21. Magazines 49/50: 3-4 Marriage 40: 2-10 Nationalism 34: 1-11,37/8: 54-9, 37/8: 70-9, 37/8: 84-95, 37/8: 98-9, 48: 21-30, 49/50: 23-3J, 49/50: 64-70, 49/50: 74-94, 49/50: 111 Paintings of 31: 37-47 Penyberth 49/50: 74-94 Periodicals 49/50: 3-4

Valentine, Lewis E. 49/50: 74-94 Varine, Hugues de Reviewed 49/50: 135-6 VERNON, DAVID . Short story Marionettes 32: 34-7 .

WAIN, JOHN Edward Thomas and He1en Thomas 35: 33-48 Poem Evening over the place of Cadfan 30: 6 WALDEN-JONES, D.R. Translation of poem 'Hon' (Sir Thomas Parry-Williams) 49/50: 100 Wales 31: 16-20 Afan valley 45/6: 97-101 Agriculture, Cardiganshire 33: 44-51 Architecture, Clwyd 34: 17-21 Art in 33: 52 in Art 31: 37-47 Bilingualism 33: 20-8 and Britain 42: 11-13 Cardiff 44: 28-41 Cardiganshire 32: 25-6 Chapels 43: 54-9 in Children's books 49/50: 95-100 as a Colony 36: 1-2, 45/6: 89-96 Commercial radio 30: 21-4, 48: 17-20 Creative writing 41: 30-3 Devolution 31: 1, 35: 1-2, 47: 2-27, 48: 2-8 Drama 35: 24-5 Economic development 45/6: 102-110 Education, comprehensive 30: 14-15; rural 41: 18-25; teaching of literature 45/6: 26-34 Engravings of 31: 37-47 Farming, Cardiganshire 33: 44-51 Football, Haverfordwest 40: 47-9 Foreign relations 43: 2-8 Language 34: 36-47, 40: 2-10, 49/50: 23-33 Literature 41: 30-3 Living in 45/6: 34-7 Llanelidan 49/50: 20-2

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Politics 36: 1-2, 48: 2-8, 48: 21-30 Printing 33: 20-8, 44: 50-2 Psycho-socio10gy 42: 2-10 '\ Publishing 44: 50-2 Referendum on devolution 48: 2-8, 49/50: 64-70 and Romanticism 31: 29-36 Sculpture 39: 20-3 Slate industry, North Wales 3Q: 1-:-22 Social history 40: 11-15 Sociology 40: 30-7 Television 41: 2-3 Tourism, modern 45/6: 86-9; Romantic 31: 29-47 Trade unions 30: 1-3 Typography 33: 20-8 University College Bangor 35:. 2, 49/50: 5-11 Working-class movements 37/8: 54-9 WALTERS, DAFYDD Language and the law 47: 38-53 WALTON,ROBERT Poems Death of a collier 37/8: 20 Mine host 47: 55 Sonnet 35: 30 Trucker 35: 31 A Woman of sixty changed her name 47: 54 Wood carver 35: 31 War 37/8: 9-13 WARD, J .P. Poems London Welsh v. Bridgend 29: 53 Search for 'Y Gadair Ddu' 39: 8-9 WATKIN, PHILIP More commercial radio 48: 17-20 Swansea Sound 30: 21-4 WATTS, JANET Astrid Lindgren 44: 47-9 15


WEBB, HARRI A visit to the waterworks 48: 56-8 Webb's progress 30: 23-8 Poems Heulyn Vab Gwyn - this is your life 44: 4 Homecoming 35: 9-21 Seaside ritual 47: 27 Tynewydd 1877 37/8: 31 Review .

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Webb, Harfi Reviewed 32: 46-9, 42: 54-7 Welsh language 34: 36-47, 49/50: 23-33 Clwyd 28: 25-35 Dyfed 43: 37-49 Learning 28: 16-20, 32: 30-3, 34: 14-16 Legal system and 44: 2-3 and Typography 33: 20-8 Welsh Language Society 44: 2-3 Welsh literature Broadside ballads 33: 16-19 Poetry 43: 17-23, 44: 42-7 Welshman Psychology of 42: 2-10 Wends 34: 30-4 WERSON,GERALD Poem Enlightenment 40: 59 WESLEY, PAUL Review 32: 44-6 'West Germany 49/50: 40-52 West Indies Culture 33: 42-3 WIGLEY,DAFYDD The price of slate 30: 4-6 Wilding, Paul Reviewed 39: 50-2 WILKS, AUSTEN Landscape into art 31: 37-47 WILLIAMS, ANGELA The flamboyant tree 33: 35-41 WILLIAMS, COLIN Review 34: 48-50 Williams, D.J. 49/50: 74-94 WILLIAMS, F.J. Poems Afternoon in a deserted scrapyard 43: 16 Pentre 48: 59 16

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WILLIAMS, GLYN Towards a sociology of Wales 40: 30-7 WILLIAMS, GRIFFITH Once a journalist 32: 27-9 Williams, Gwyn A. Reviewed 37/8: 49-51, 47: 58-9 WILLIAMS, HERBERT Kate Roberts in person (interview) 42: 26-30 Short stories Man of destiny 42: 50-4 Sharing 45/6: 46-51 .WILLIAMS, lOAN \ Kate Roberts in translation 42: 19-26 Reviews 30: 44-50, 45/6: 119-22 WILLIAMS, MASHA Pushkil1 and Pushchin 48: 50-6 WILLIAMS, PHIL How local government? 31: 4-10 The internal colony 37/8: 60-5' Williams, Raymond 49/50: 53-61 WILLIAMS, SIR THOMAS PARRY- See PARRY-WILLIAMS, SIR THOMAS WILLIAMS, WALDO War and the state 37/8: 9-13 Williams, Waldo 44: 5-12 WILLIAMS PARRY, R. Poem The geese (tr. Antho:p.y Conran) 41: 46 WILSON, ALISTAIR Socialism and nationalism 37/8: 84-9 Working-class movements Wales 37/8: 54-9 Working classes 37/8: 66-9 World War 2 48: 21-30 YOUNG, ROBIN Review 49/50: 132-4 Zwerin, Michael Reviewed 32: 41-40


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