Ieuan Dyfi

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Ieuan Dyfi (c. 1461? – c. 1500?) was a Welsh language poet.

Very little information has survived relating to Ieuan and his poetry. Ieuan composed a poem to a woman named “Anni Goch” in which he accuses how false women have been throughout history ("Anni Goch," however, may well be a stock character). This provoked Gwerful Mechain to respond with her poem .


  • Nerys Ann Howells, Gwaith Gwerful Mechain ac Eraill, University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies, 2001
  • Andrew Breeze, ‘The Bret Glascurion and Chaucer's House of Fame’, The Review of English Studies, Vol. 45, No. 177, 1994
  • Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan, The "Querelle des Femmes": A Continuing Tradition in Welsh Women's Literature’, Turnhout, 2000

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