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Caradoc Evans

a.k.a. David Caradoc Evans, D. Evans-Emmott *

Author Code: EDCE

Born: Dec. 31, 1878 - Rhydlewis, Cardiganshire, Wales

Died: Jan. 11, 1945 - Aberystwyth, Wales

Educated only until the age of fourteen, Evans worked at various jobs throughout Wales, including a draper's apprentice and a shop assistant. He moved to London and went to night school where he studied English composition. He published a few short stories and, in 1906, found a job as a journalist. In 1915, he published My People, a collection of short stories that was his most successful and memorable work. Although attacked by critics in Wales at the time, it is regarded today as one of the most important works in Anglo-Welsh literature. Also in 1915, Evans became the editor of Ideas magazine and, in 1923, joined Cassell's Weekly and T.P.'s Weekly as editor. He was divorced by his first wife, Rose Jesse Sewell, in 1932 and the following year married the authoress, Countess Helene Marguerite Barcynska, who wrote under the pseudonym of Oliver Sandys. Evans produced a number of novels and plays with varying success over the ensuing years which included Nothing to Pay (1930), Wasps (1933), This Way to Heaven (1934), Kitty Shore's Magic Cake (1934), Pilgrims in a Foreign Land (1942), Morgan Bible (1943) and The Earth Gives All and Takes All (1946 Posthumous).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EDCE001 My Neighbours
  According to the Pattern
  Earthbred
  For Better
  Joseph's House
  Like Brothers
  Lost Treasure
  Love and Hate
  Profit and Glory
  Saint David and the Prophets
  Treasure and Trouble
  The Two Apostles
  Unanswered Prayers
  The Welsh People
  A Widow Woman
1920 67 253k eBook Download PDF - 'My Neighbours' (EDCE001)   Download ePub - 'My Neighbours' (EDCE001) Find a printed copy of My Neighbours by Caradoc Evans at AbeBooks

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