Ffair Gaeaf

Ffair Gaeaf Casgliad o straeon byrion yngl n bywyd yng Ngogledd Cymru yn ystod y au

  • Title: Ffair Gaeaf
  • Author: Kate Roberts
  • ISBN: 9780000173737
  • Page: 326
  • Format: paperback
  • Casgliad o straeon byrion yngl n bywyd yng Ngogledd Cymru yn ystod y 1920au.

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    1. Kate Roberts was one of the foremost Welsh language authors of the twentieth century Known as Brenhines ein ll n The queen of our literature , she is known mainly for her short stories, but she also wrote novels Roberts was also a prominent Welsh nationalist.Roberts was born in the village of Rhosgadfan, Caernarfonshire Gwynedd today where her father Owen Roberts was a quarryman in the local slate quarries She graduated in Welsh at the University College of Wales, Bangor and then trained as a teacher She then taught in various schools in South Wales.An early member of Plaid Cymru, the Welsh nationalist party, it was at their meetings that she met Morris T Williams, whom she married in 1928 Williams was a printer, and eventually they bought the printing and publishing house Gwasg Gee, Denbigh, and moved to live in the town in 1935 The press published books, pamphlets and the Welsh language weekly Y Faner, for which Roberts wrote regularly After her husband s death in 1946 she carried on working the press for another ten years.She remained in Denbigh after her retirement and died in 1985.It was the death of her brother in the First World War that led Roberts to writing She used her literary work as a means of coming to terms with her loss.Her first volume of short stories appeared in 1925 O Gors y Bryniau From the Swamp of the Hills but perhaps her most successful book of short stories is Te yn y Grug Tea in the Heather 1959 , a series of stories about children As well as short stories Roberts also wrote novels, perhaps her most famous being Traed mewn Cyffion Feet in Chains 1936 which reflected the hard life of a slate quarrying family In 1960 she published Y L n Wen, a volume of autobiography.Most of her novels and short stories have as a background about the region where she lived in north Wales She herself said that she derived the material for her work, from the society in which I was brought up, a poor society in an age poverty it was always a struggle against poverty But notice that the characters haven t reached the bottom of that poverty, they are struggling against it, afraid of it Her work deals with the uneventful lives of humble people and how they deal with difficulties and disillusionments.Her work is remarkable for the richness of her language and for her perception The role of women in society and progressive ideas about life and love are major themes in her work.She also struck up a literary relationship with Saunders Lewis which they maintained over a period of forty years through the medium of letters These letters give us a picture of life in Wales during the period and the comments of these two literary giants on events at home and abroad.Many of her works have been translated into other languages.

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