Poetry Wales Press, 1986 - 54 pages
Lively, immediate, and accessible, exploring relatively untouched ground in Anglo-Welsh poetry, that of the urban landscape and its inhabitants. Open and sincere, direct and honest, Visitors deals with urban south Wales: how its inhabitants are defined by their work, surroundings, and society.
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