Evans, Caradoc, 1883–1945, Anglo-Welsh novelist and short-story writer. His chief works are his short-story collections, My People (1915), Capel Sion (1916), and My Neighbors (1919), and his novel Nothing to Pay (1930). His writings express a harsh and bitter criticism of his people.
See biographies by his wife, and also by O. Sandys (1946), and T. L. Williams (1970).
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