In 1954, author Caradog Prichard’s mother died in Denbigh ‘seilam’, having spent thirty years inside. Prichard felt complicit, and was crippled by it. He erected an emotional bulwark, forged of distance from his home village of Bethesda and a flashy Fleet St lifestyle. But still his stifling filial relationship continued to haunt him. Late November […]
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