How green was my valley / Richard Llewellyn.


New York : Macmillan, 1940.

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Subjects Families -- Wales -- Pembrokeshire -- Fiction.
Families.
Miners -- Wales -- Pembrokeshire -- Fiction.
Miners.
Pembrokeshire (Wales) -- Fiction.
Wales -- Pembrokeshire.
Description 4 pages, leaves, 495 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1940.
Notes "First printing."
The 1st volume of a trilogy. The 2d is Up, into the singing mountain; the 3d, Down where the moon is small.
Also issued online.
Summary Winner of the National Book Award, this is the story of the Morgans, a Welsh family of miners. Especially is it the story of Huw, the youngest, and of the valley in which they lived, a valley doomed to destruction by encroaching slag heap.
Genre Fiction.
Geographic Area Wales
Network Numbers (OCoLC)366043
(OCoLC)ocm00366043
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Llewellyn, Richard.
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