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Shakespeare’s brute part
Richard Wilson

Earl of Pembroke, &c … and Philip, Earl of Montgomery, &c …’ – locked his writing into the ‘Britishimperialism and unionism that were the mythic patrimony of this Welsh elite. 2 The very idea of Shakespeare as ‘The Bard’ seats him mystically, of course, among the beirdd cefn gwlad , poets elevated by the gentry to sing the Old Song of the Welsh. But the startling

in Free Will