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Yet another fabulous Gwyn Thomas read. One of his earliest novels, set in the depression years in the Rhondda, it was thought too powerful for
A constable pulled an old man out of the canal, a regular drunk who had fallen in. He was dead. The next task, where to take him? On this occasion, the Mill Lane Dead House was not an option. He and his fellow officers had talked about it for days. The reason? Lying on a slab was the body of a man, an unknown sailor.
Background As discussed in a previous article Wales faced profound changes at the turn of the 20th century. The percentages of Welsh speakers declined and
I love Gwyn Thomas’s work. This is one I’ve just discovered and is typical of his humour. Here’s an example of his description of a