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When I think of life-changing literature, I think of writing which didn’t change me at all, but made me more who I am. Growing up in the South Wales Valleys, and coming from a working-class background, I thought writing was done by other people in other places.
Eighty years after its publication, Ray French looks at how a famous novel and its film adaptation have overshadowed notions about Welshness, and how this might at last be changing.
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