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The book An Absolute Hero, Emyr Humphreys is published by University of Wales Press. The fourth of the novels in The Land of the Living sequence finds Amy Parry bereft of her best friend Enid who has died in childbirth, unable to marry Val Gwyn who is seriously ill with TB, and determined not to choose poverty and struggle with her former lover Pen Lewis.
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Emyr Humphreys (born 15 April 1919) is a leading Welsh novelist, poet and author. He was born at Prestatyn in Denbighshire, and educated at Rhyl High School and University of Wales, Aberystwyth. He registered as a conscientious objector in the Second World War, working on a farm, and later doing relief work in Egypt and Italy. After the war he worked as a teacher, as a radio producer at the BBC and later became a lecturer in drama at Bangor University.
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Earth; An Absolute Hero; Open Secrets; National Winner, and Bonds of Attachment. Earth; An Absolute Hero; Open Secrets; National Winner, and Bonds of Attachment. He has also written plays for stage and television, short stories, The Taliesin Tradition (a cultural history of Wales), and published his Collected Poems in 1999.
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Emyr Humphreys was born in Prestatyn, Wales, in 1919 and now lives on Anglesey. In 2004 Emyr Humphreys won the first Siân Phillips Award, for his contribution to radio and television in Wales. He is a writer of novels, poetry, short stories, and non-fiction, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature. He studied History at the University College of Wales at Aberystwyth, registering as a conscientious objector in 1939, during the war first working on Welsh farms, then as a relief worker in the Middle East and Italy. His latest collection of stories is Old People are a Problem (2003), his latest novel is The Shop (2005), and his latest collection of poetry is The Woman At the Window (2009).