It is nearly 80 years since Caradoc Evan’s burst on to the literary scene with a volume of short stories My People, which quickly earned him the title of the most hated man in Wales. He remains to this day the most controversial Anglo-Welsh writer of the 20th century. Chapel-going may have dwindled to a […]
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