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Author: James Nicholas
ISBN: 0708305857
Language: English
Pages: 92 pages
Publisher: University of Wales Press; 1st edition (January 1, 1975)
Rating: 4.4
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He was also a notable Christian pacifist, anti-war campaigner, and Welsh nationalist.

He was also a notable Christian pacifist, anti-war campaigner, and Welsh nationalist. Waldo was born in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, the third child of John Edwal Williams (1863–1934), headmaster of Prendergast primary school in Haverfordwest, and his wife Angharad Williams (1875–1932).

Waldo Williams (Writers of Wales). 0708305857 (ISBN13: 9780708305850).

Waldo: Writers of Wales. Stori Waldo Williams Bardd Heddwch/The Story of Waldo Williams Poet of Peace (Bi-lingual). Cardiff, Wales: University of Wales Press. Nicholas, J. (E. 1977. Llandysul, Wales: Gwasg Gomer. Aberystwyth, Wales: Barddas Publications. Peace Movements in Wales, 1899-1945.

Limited ed. by James Nicholas. Waldo Williams (1904-1971). 91p. Number of pages. Published 1975 by University of Wales Press in Cardiff.

None of us will ever see a man like William James again: there is no doubt about that

None of us will ever see a man like William James again: there is no doubt about that. And yet it is hard to state what it was in him that gave him either his charm or his power, what it was that penetrated and influenced us, what it is that we lack and feel the need of, now that he has so unexpectedly and incredibly died. I always thought that William James would continue forever; and I relied upon his sanctity as if it were sunlight. William James, 1880, by J. Notman, Boston (photographer).

Categories: Literature: History & Criticism. Publisher University of Wales Press. Publication City/Country Wales, United Kingdom. Illustrations note No. ISBN10 0708305857. By (author) James Nicholas.

James Nicholas has written: 'Waldo Williams'.

In these concerns Nicholas was influenced by the great pacifist poet Waldo Williams (1904-71), with whom . His monograph on Waldo in the Writers of Wales series is still the best introduction in English to the poet's life and work.

In these concerns Nicholas was influenced by the great pacifist poet Waldo Williams (1904-71), with whom he had a close personal friendship.

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scrap books belonging to D R Davies (Aberdare) about the drama world in Wales

Contemporary authors. There is also a comprehensive collection of unsuccessful compositions from national eisteddfodau throughout the century, along with the Eisteddfod’s administrative files from the middle of the century onwards. scrap books belonging to D R Davies (Aberdare) about the drama world in Wales. T E Nicholas’ poetry written on toilet paper from Swansea and Brixton prisons. some literature from the Welsh settlement in Patagonia, including items in Eluned Morgan’s own handwriting. translations of Russia’s great plays by T Hudson-Williams.