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by Richard Llewellyn. A novel by the Welsh author of How Green Was My Valley.
by Richard Llewellyn. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780385135047. Release Date: September 1979.
I Stand on a Quiet Shore (1982). Edmund Trothe series.
In the . He lived a peripatetic life, travelling widely throughout his life. Before World War II, he spent periods working in hotels, wrote a play, worked as a coal miner and produced his best-known novel. I Stand on a Quiet Shore (1982).
Llewellyn, or more precisely Richard David Vivian Llewellyn Lloyd, was born in Hendon, London in 1906, having claimed during his . Llewellyn died in November 1983. Selected bibliography.
Llewellyn, or more precisely Richard David Vivian Llewellyn Lloyd, was born in Hendon, London in 1906, having claimed during his lifetime to have been born in St David's in Pembrokeshire. This myth was dispelled after his death, though he was of Welsh ancestry. Llewellyn was most famous for his novel How Green Was My Valley, published in 1939 having been drafted in India.
Book by Llewellyn, Richard. Douglas Woodruff's book brings King Alfred back to life: The events of his father's reign, the circumstances of Alfred's ascent to the throne, the sense of patriotism he instilled in his subjects, and the after-effects of Alfred's commitment to God and Country-the man's spirit echoed for centuries. Indeed, England celebrated the 1,000-year anniversaries of both Alfred's birth and death.
Listen to books in audio format. Richard Dafydd Vivian Llewellyn Lloyd (1906-1983), better known by his pen name Richard Llewellyn, claimed to have been born in St David's, Pembrokeshire, Wales; after his death he was discovered to have been born of Welsh parents in Hendon, Middlesex. His famous first novel How Green Was My Valley (1939) was begun in St David's from a draft he had written in India, and was later adapted into an Oscar-winning film by director John Ford. None But the Lonely Heart, his second novel, was published in 1943, and subsequently made into a film starring Cary Grant and Ethel Barrymore.