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  • Author:
    Tom MacDonald
  • ISBN:
    0333179757
  • ISBN13:
    978-0333179758
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  • Publisher:
    Macmillan; First Edition edition (April 1975)
  • Pages:
    176 pages
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I first read the book soon after it came out and my parents had just bought their house in a remote Ceredigion valley. Much of the scenery, is recognisable to me, for it changed very little in the three-quarter century that lie between his childhood and mine.

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Tom Macdonald’s first book was entitled Henry and Songs of Nature (1920), and was written in memory of his younger brother who died aged seven in. .Macdonald, Tom (1975). The White Lanes of Summer.

Tom Macdonald’s first book was entitled Henry and Songs of Nature (1920), and was written in memory of his younger brother who died aged seven in 1913. He later went on to publish six novels in English: Gareth the Ploughman (1939), The Peak (1941), Gate of Gold (1946), The Black Rabbit (1948), How Soon Hath Time (1950), and The Song of the Valley (1951) all set in Wales; together with two works dealing with South African current affairs and recent.

Tom Macdonald was a Welsh journalist and novelist, whose most significant publication . MacDonnell, and had been inadvertently changed to Macdonald by the local registrar of births and deaths.

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He spent his early childhood in a small cottage in the village, before moving with his family first to Pen-y-garn and then going on to live in nearby Bow Street. Tommy Macdonald was initially educated at Rhydypennau Board School and than at Ardwyn Grammar School in Aberystwyth, before going on to study at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth.

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