How were Wales and the Welsh viewed by outsiders during this period?
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In this essay I will be discussing the views of Wales and its people under the Tudors. I shall be looking at literature and its attitudes towards the people, why the Welsh were viewed as uncivilised, hostile and foreigners and the reasons why it was so important for everyone to speak English.
The English in the sixteenth century shared the island of Britain with neighbouring Wales and Scotland, with whom their relations ranged from uneasy and unequal co- existence to outright conflict. Still more troubled and productive of anxiety was England's relationship with the island of Ireland.
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