One of my favourite Welsh words is hiraeth, a word that has no English equivalent. It describes a peculiar pain of the heart, a wistful longing for the past and tentative yearning for the future. Dai Smith’s latest novel is full of hiraeth. Dream On is as dense as the coal that serves as a […]
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