This is the first book-length study in English of Gwenlyn Parry
(1932–91), the Welsh writer best known for his major stage plays,
including Saer Doliau, Y Twr, and Panto, as
well as his works for television and film, such as the soap opera
Pobol y Cwm, the sitcom Fo a Fe, and the cult BBC
TV film Grand Slam. Roger Owen takes into consideration
the scope and variety of Parry’s work, which often dwells on a
despairing and solitary... more...