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Explorations in Sights and Sounds
To be a Welsh woman, it seems, was to be doubly doomed to obscurity. Not only were women a less-public sector of society, but there was "Welshness" to contend with. It has been a case of Bibliographic Ethnic Discrimination. Too often entries have read: "Women, Welsh, See Women, English." And this occurs in spite of the fact that Welsh, being Celts, are a distinct group with their own language and culture, though they have long been subject to English rule.
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