Iron And Gold

by Hilda Vaughan
Iron And Gold

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Introduction by Jane Aaron A masterful reworking of a popular Fairy Bride legend examining the institution of marriage, motherhood and the breadth of the female experience. First published in 1948, Hilda Vaughan's classic work is considered indispensable in any consideration of Welsh feminism in the 20th century. Playing with the fairy tale theme of true love as a source of imaginative and material fertility, 'Iron and Gold' raises serious questions about conforming to social conventions versus remaining loyal to one's individuality.
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Introduction by Jane Aaron A masterful reworking of a popular Fairy Bride legend examining the institution of marriage, motherhood and the breadth of the female experience. First published in 1948, Hilda Vaughan's classic work is considered indispensable in any consideration of Welsh feminism in the 20th century. Playing with the fairy tale theme of true love as a source of imaginative and material fertility, 'Iron and Gold' raises serious questions about conforming to social conventions versus remaining loyal to one's individuality.

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