Llewelyn Powys


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Noun1.Llewelyn Powys - British writer of essays; one of three literary brothers (1884-1939)
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Wessex Tales by Thomas Hardy Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell Lark Rise to Candleford by Flora Thompson A Country Child by Alison Uttley Amaryllis at the Fair by Richard Jefferies The Country of the Pointed Firs by Sarah Orne Jewett This Little World: Stories from Dorset Writers, edited by Sue Ashby (Dorset Writers Network) Wessex Memories by Llewelyn Powys The Stone Book Quartet by Alan Garner The Village Carpenter by W.
There's Ford Madox Ford on human life as a series of fleeting fragmented impressions, Llewelyn Powys and Georges Simenon on simply following one's fancy, Robinson Jeffers on the obliteration of the self.
Cowper Powys John was the last of the trio of remarkable brothers - including Llewelyn Powys, the essayist, who died in 1939, and T F Powys, the novelist, who died in 1953.