I first came across Dorothy Edwards in Jane Aaron’s edited anthology A View Across the Valley: short stories by women from Wales c.1850–1950 (Honno, 1999). Intrigued as to the background of the author who had produced ‘The Conquered’, with its border tensions, imperial references and naive yet arrogant male narrator, I turned to the biographical […]
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