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New Welsh Reader 122

Dystopian Fiction from Wales

Brown Rosey, George JL

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Utopias and dystopias predominate in this selection of novella extracts from Wales. Includes the winners and nominations in the New Welsh Writing Awards 2019 Aberystwyth University Prize for a Dystopian Novella, plus a photo essay by Tim Cooke and Ben Absalom on the Bridgend estate, Wildmill, and a column by editor and translator Gwen Davies on her adaptation of Caryl Lewis' gothic, evocative novel of possession and surrogacy, The Jeweller. With fourteen photographs.

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