Reviews - What do customers think about Country Dance (Library of Wales)?
a real country dance Dec 10, 2003
this beautiful little book deserves to be up there with the classics;set in the welsh borderlands at the turn of the century it embraces love,death,and racial tensions between celt and anglo-saxon,and culminates in a trajedy that is more reflective and sad than tragic. this gently written book keeps us with its characters forever and leaves us thirsting for more of a kind. sadly margiad evans was not a prolific writer and only seems known in welsh literature, but deserves wider acclaim.