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Russell Stephens
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<p>Writer, producer, director, star of stage and screen, Emlyn Williams was a major talent in British theatre. He was also a man divided; the grammar school boy who went up to Oxford; the labourer&rsquo;s son with gilt-edged bonds; the Welsh speaker at ease in the metropolis; devoted husband yet lover of men. This book examines the...
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Rhys Davies
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<p>Long before the idea that all biography is fiction became fashionable, Rhys Davies was cheerfully retelling his life story without mention of such minor details as his date of birth, or the existence of brothers and sisters. Despite this deviation from convention, <em>Print of a Hare&rsquo;s Foot </em>is both compelling...
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<p><strong>In stock in hardback. Select the format using the tab at the top of the page to add to basket.&nbsp;</strong></p><p>Raymond Williams (1921-1988) was one of the most original and influential thinkers of the post-war period. Many know him for his work on mass culture and his left-wing literary criticism,...
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Peter Stead
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<p>The story of Richard Burton&rsquo;s life is well known: from son of a Welsh miner and ward of a local teacher to international superstar. He became as famous for being Richard Burton and husband of Elizabeth Taylor as for the extraordinary acting abilities which made his name. A globe-trotter with a Swiss home, Burton never forgot his...
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Richard Poole
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<p>Richard Hughes (1900-76) is probably best known for his remarkable bestseller about childhood, <em>A High Wind in Jamaica</em> (1929), now recognised as a modern classic. <em>In</em> <em>Hazard</em> (1938), his second novel, has been compared to Conrad&rsquo;s <em>Typhoon</em>. In his...
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Rosanne Alexander
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<p><strong>&lsquo;As bracing as a lungful of salt sea air&rsquo; &ndash; BBC <em>Wildlife</em> magazine</strong></p><p><strong>&lsquo;Alexander&rsquo;s writing is captivating. It is experiential, fresh, and alive&rsquo; &ndash; <em>Wales Arts Review</em></...
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