‘’Does dim gwadu ar Etifeddiaeth’: Astudiaeth o’r modd yr ymdrinnir ag etifeddiaeth yn Ac Eto Nid Myfi a detholiad o straeon byrion John Gwilym Jones


‘’Does dim gwadu ar Etifeddiaeth’: Astudiaeth o’r modd yr ymdrinnir ag etifeddiaeth yn Ac Eto Nid Myfi a detholiad o straeon byrion John Gwilym Jones
(‘’Does dim gwadu ar Etifeddiaeth’: A study of how John Gwilym Jones discusses legacy in Ac Eto Nid Myfi and a selection of short stories)

One of the main themes in the work of John Gwilym Jones is how man is a slave to his chromosomes at the mercy of heredity and his environment. This article focuses on the said theme in his well-known play, Ac Eto Nid Myfi. In order to consider how John Gwilym Jones the author, as opposed to John Gwilym Jones the playwright alone, made use of this theme, due attention is given to a selection of his short stories. The article also discusses the influence of Darwin’s ideas of heredity on Realism as well as on John Gwilym Jones himself.


Reference:

 
  	Gareth Evans-Jones, ‘“’Does dim gwadu ar Etifeddiaeth”: Astudiaeth o’r modd yr ymdrinnir ag etifeddiaeth yn Ac Eto Nid Myfi a detholiad o straeon byrion John Gwilym Jones’ , Gwerddon, 28, March 2019, 21–42.
   

Keywords

 
    John Gwilym Jones, Darwin, heredity, environment, Ac Eto Nid Myfi.
    

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