The story-teller has consistently been a massive determine in Welsh society, and this assortment attracts on a wealthy and sundry literature to provide twenty-five of the best Welsh brief tales from this century, a lot of them unique translations. From the exuberant lyricism of Dylan Thomas, to the sparse and telling prose of Kate Roberts, these types of stories testify to the power and area of expertise of the Welsh story-telling culture. via tales of squaddies, poets, students, medical professionals, traditional women and men, the nice and cozy shades and wealthy textures of all points of Welsh lifestyles, suggestion, and culture are introduced forth. This ebook is meant for enthusiasts of the fast tale and creditors of anthologies. All readers attracted to Welsh literature, lifestyles, and tradition; scholars of an analogous.
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