The Voices of the Children

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Parthian, 1947 - Fiction - 176 pages
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A delicate and heartfelt story of the golden, ephemeral, uncertain world of childhood, this novel—set in a rural mining village in South Wales in the years leading up to the Second World War—re-creates a magical but alive world that resonates with the real and imagined memories childhood.

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About the author (1947)

George Ewart Evans is the author of Ask the Fellows Who Cut the Hay, The Days That We Have Seen, From Mouths of Men, The Pattern Under the Plough, and Where Beards Wag All.

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