An industrious educational and charmingly eccentric Romantic poet and forger, Iolo Morganwg (1747-1846) left in the back of a floor-to-ceiling stack of unpublished manuscripts in his small Welsh cottage. A Rattleskull Genius, in keeping with that trove of unpublished fabric now held on the nationwide Library of Wales, presents either a party and a serious reassessment of the writer and his contributions to Welsh cultural tradition.
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