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message 1: by Sarah (new)

Sarah | 1 comments Don't know if you'll be counting the UK as one country or not, but if you're interested!

Work by Dylan Thomas. Under Milk Wood in particular. Just be aware that it's meant to be listened to or read aloud! You're missing something if you just read his work silently. ;-)

The Colour of a Dog Running Away - Richard Gwyn. Not sure how widely published this is, but if you can get your hands on a copy it's well worth a read.

Rebecca Rioter - Amy Dillwyn. For fans of historical fiction.






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Abi In Parenthesis by David Jones.


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I think "Cry The Beloved Country" by Alan Paton is a really good book. The story takes place in Africa. You do need a kleenex box.
Leola


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Old-Barbarossa The Mabinogion, stories older than the country but not the land...


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Stewart (booklit) | 4 comments There's One Moonlit Night by Caradog Prichard, which would give you a title translated from the Welsh.


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Stewart (booklit) | 4 comments Leola wrote: "I think "Cry The Beloved Country" by Alan Paton is a really good book. The story takes place in Africa. You do need a kleenex box.
Leola"

That's all very good, but it has little to do with literature from Wales.



message 7: by Laura (new)

Laura Here be dragons, Falls the shadow and The Recknoning by Sharon Kay Penman


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