Nothing to Pay



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David Caradoc Evans was a Welsh novelist, short story writer, and playwright who wrote in English He was married to writer

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  • Paperback
  • 237 pages
  • Nothing to Pay
  • Caradoc Evans
  • English
  • 09 May 2017
  • 9780811212908

14 thoughts on “Nothing to Pay

  1. says:

    It s always nice when you find a book that uses not exactly dialect but a blend of particular phrasing and well timed accent to create a believable regional voice Much of the characterization here could have fallen out of the sordid side of Dickens as opposed to the ludicrously idealistic and angelic moral side , although it s set later, at the turn of the 20th century, and in Wales besides The time period is interesting we re set at the crest between the uneducated superstition of early rural Britain and the disease, machinery and filth of the modern day Bensha Wedding Singer great grandfather and clear mental progenitor of the main character, Amos Morgan not only steals land and builds his house illegally, while shooting and maiming the sole witness to his action, but is the only man brave enough to...

  2. says:

    A hard novel, biting portrait on a society An important book and a good read

  3. says:

    It s an interesting work parts lyrical exploration of rendering Welsh language in English, with a folkloric opening The meat of the matter is the tale of a ridiculous miser, his miser father, and miser lover, all reaching ever higher levels of self deception, hypocrisy, and meanness.There are at least four laugh out loud moments of pure nasty behavior Quite a bit of violence, too I hadn t expected to enjoy it quite as much as I did through the difficulties of the lang...

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