Thomas Jeffery Llewelyn Prichard

Author(s): Sam Adams

Language: English

Genre(s): Welsh Interest

Series: Writers of Wales

  • June 2000 · 130pages · 216x135mm

  • ·Paperback - 9780708316450

About The Book

A study of the strange life and pathetic death of T.J. Llewelyn Prichard, the author of “Twm Sion Catti”, the first Welsh novel in English which was popular enough to have been pirated in the mid-19th century.


"...Sam Adams' account of the life and works of this Welsh writer makes for entertaining and fascinating reading...Here is a writer that no serious scholar of the history of Welsh writing in English can afford to overlook." Planet

About the Author(s)

Sam Adams

Sam Adams has written widely on Welsh writing in English. In addition to editing Seeing Wales Whole (1998), he has written several books for the Writers of Wales series, including Roland Mathias (1995); he is the editor of The Collected Short Stories of Roland Mathias (2001).

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