A facsimilie copy of his most influential work by Morgan Llwyd (1619-1659), being a powerful and multi-layered allegory in the form of a conversation between three birds - an eagle, a raven and a dove - which represent the State, the Established Church and the Puritans. First published in 1653, the facsimilie is taken from the Guild of Graduates's edition of the work.
Publisher: University of Wales Press
Number of pages: 116
Dimensions: 220 x 140 mm
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