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Welsh Jokes

Author : Dilwyn Phillips
ISBN : 0862436192
Genre : Humor
File Size : 32.34 MB
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Become the life and soul of the party with this side-splitting collection of jokes for all occasions: diverse jokes making fun of the idiosyncrasies of the Welsh, their love of rugby and beer, religion, education and the role of females.
Category: Humor

More Welsh Jokes

Author : Dilwyn Phillips
ISBN : 0862437849
Genre : Humor
File Size : 40.14 MB
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An entertaining collection of jokes portraying the idiosyncracies and wit of the Welsh people, family life, education and religion, work and death, drink and sex. 12 black-and-white illustrations.
Category: Humor

Welsh Xxx Jokes

Author : Miles Jeffreys
ISBN : 0862437245
Genre : Humor
File Size : 28.21 MB
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A book of provocative Welsh jokes, mostly about drinking, womanising... and sheep.
Category: Humor

Shakespeare And Wales

Author : Willy Maley
ISBN : 9781317056287
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 34.52 MB
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Shakespeare and Wales offers a 'Welsh correction' to a long-standing deficiency. It explores the place of Wales in Shakespeare's drama and in Shakespeare criticism, covering ground from the absorption of Wales into the Tudor state in 1536 to Shakespeare on the Welsh stage in the twenty-first century. Shakespeare's major Welsh characters, Fluellen and Glendower, feature prominently, but the Welsh dimension of the histories as a whole, The Merry Wives of Windsor, and Cymbeline also come in for examination. The volume also explores the place of Welsh-identified contemporaries of Shakespeare such as Thomas Churchyard and John Dee, and English writers with pronounced Welsh interests such as Spenser, Drayton and Dekker. This volume brings together experts in the field from both sides of the Atlantic, including leading practitioners of British Studies, in order to establish a detailed historical context that illustrates the range and richness of Shakespeare's Welsh sources and resources, and confirms the degree to which Shakespeare continues to impact upon Welsh culture and identity even as the process of devolution in Wales serves to shake the foundations of Shakespeare's status as an unproblematic English or British dramatist.
Category: Literary Criticism

More Welsh Valleys Humour

Author : David Jandrell
ISBN : 184771952X
Genre : Welsh wit and humor
File Size : 60.45 MB
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David Jandrell presents his long-awaited sequel to the popular Welsh Valleys Humour (2004). The author is a connoisseur of laugh-out-loud anecdotes, silly sayings, and all kinds of localisms,' from Welsh nicknames to bizarre mistranslations. Here he gathers together some of his very best finds. This light-hearted look at the dialect, customs, and jokes of South Wales will delight and enlighten visitors, and have locals laughing along in recognition.
Category: Welsh wit and humor

Stage Welsh

Author : David Adams
ISBN : STANFORD:36105017336558
Genre : Theater
File Size : 36.45 MB
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Category: Theater

The Anglo Welsh Review

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105008382082
Genre : English literature
File Size : 78.84 MB
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Category: English literature

Seeing Red

Author : Alun Carter
ISBN : 9781845969097
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Alun Carter experienced the highs and lows of the Wales national rugby squad throughout his 12 years working for the WRU. During this time, he saw a number of high-profile coaches come and go, and in Seeing Red he delivers a brutally honest account of what it was like to work with each of them. From the inspirational successes of the Graham Henry and Mike Ruddock eras to the disappointments and failures of the Steve Hansen and Gareth Jenkins regimes, the reader is given an insider's version of what really went on. Carter does not shy away from controversy, and he pulls no punches in his assessment of the rift between Graham Henry and Sir Clive Woodward, the personal and political situation that led to Mike Ruddock losing his job, and the difficulty of handling the group dynamics within the national squad. The former analyst also provides an informed appraisal of the remarkable 2005 and 2008 Grand Slam victories. Winner of best rugby book at the 2009 British Sports Book Awards, Seeing Red provides a warts-and-all account of more than a decade of Welsh rugby and is packed with revelations, exclusive contributions and untold stories that will intrigue and delight all fans of the sport.
Category: Sports & Recreation

English In Wales

Author : Nikolas Coupland
ISBN : UOM:39015022029964
Genre : Foreign Language Study
File Size : 39.4 MB
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Category: Foreign Language Study