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Capel Sion (Seren Classics Series) (edition 2002)

by Caradoc Evans, John Harris (Editor)

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Caradoc Evans is perhaps the most controversial writer Wales has ever produced. His first book, "My People," met with outrage from the pulpit and the popular press, was banned in Cardiff, but also earned Evans comparison with Zola, Joyce, and Lawrence. In Capel Sion, Evans returned to h
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Title:Capel Sion (Seren Classics Series)
Authors:Caradoc Evans
Other authors:John Harris (Editor)
Info:Seren (2002), Paperback, 112 pages
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Caradoc Evans is perhaps the most controversial writer Wales has ever produced. His first book, "My People," met with outrage from the pulpit and the popular press, was banned in Cardiff, but also earned Evans comparison with Zola, Joyce, and Lawrence. In Capel Sion, Evans returned to h

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