Caradoc Evans’ reputation will not leave him alone. More than a century after the publication of My People, his debut collection of short stories, the ‘best hated man in Wales’ sobriquet still attaches itself to his name. Like him or loathe him, his defining role in Welsh literature is now undisputed – thanks, in no […]
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Käthe Kollwitz: Portrait of the Artist

Harsher, more real, more felt, more understood than her contemporaries, Ellen Bell rediscovers the work of this artist, enjoying for the first time her understated display and allegory, and is rendered speechless by her exquisite draughtsmanship

PUBLISHED ON: 27/06/18


Sometimes reviewing feels impossible. Awe and an overwhelming duty to do it justice weigh heavy like the Ancient Mariner’s albatross, leaving the hand …

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