Recent scholarship on Walton’s writings

Welsh Mythology and Folklore in Popular Culture, 2011

A new scholarly study, Welsh Mythology and Folklore in Popular Culture: Essays on Adaptations in Literature, Film, Television and Digital Media, edited by Audrey L. Becker and Kristin Noone, (McFarland & Co, 2011) opens with three articles about Evangeline Walton’s Mabinogion tetralogy. The three articles are:

“‘The Rough, Savage Strength of Earth’: Evangeline Walton’s Human Heroes and Mythic Spaces”, by Kristin Noone

“Branwen’s Shame: Voicing the Silent Feminine in Evangeline Walton’s The Children of Llyr“, by Nicole A. Thomas

“Disavowing Maternity in Evangeline Walton’s The Virgin and the Swine: Fantasy Meets the Social Protest Fiction of the 1930s”, by Deborah Hooker

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