In the Green Tree

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Parthian, 2006 - Fiction - 186 pages
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Through his letters home and six short stories, Alun Lewis paints a vibrant picture of life in India as a British serviceman during World War II. Intimate, vivid, observational, and always filled with emotion, this is a rare literary example of one Welshman’s experience of empire and war.

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Review: In the Green Tree: The Letters & Short Stories of Alun Lewis

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Being proud of my Welsh heritage, I'm not exactly impartial when it comes to Welsh authors. That caveat aside, I really am glad I read this. Lewis was a truly great poet and a decent to good short ... Read full review

Contents

The Voyage
7
India
19
Burma
79
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Alun Lewis was one of the generation of writers born in the first two decades of the 20th century who contributed significantly to Welsh literature through the medium of English. He is the author of The Last Inspection, Prepared in India, and Raiders' Dawn and Other Poems, among other works.

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