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My People; Stories of the Peasantry of West Wales. by

Caradoc Evans

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My People; Stories of the Peasantry of West Wales. by by Caradoc Evans
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David Caradoc Evans (31 December 1878 - 11 January 1945), was a Welsh story writer, novelist and playwright. Evans was brought up in a Welsh-speaking community in Rhydlewis, Cardiganshire, and although he learned English at school and always wrote in English his work is influenced by Welsh syntax and vocabulary in a similar way to the way Lewis Grassic Gibbon's work in Scotland (written in roughly the same period) was influenced by Scots. Evans left school at 14 and worked throughout Wales in a series of menial jobs before moving to London where he worked as a draper's apprentice.[2] He attended classes St Pancras Working Men's College and then became a journalist. He worked for The Daily Mirror from 1917 before editing T.P.'s Weekly from 1923 until the weekly folded in 1929
Release date Australia
October 12th, 2016
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Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Dimensions
203x254x4
ISBN-13
9781539479758
Product ID
26207962

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