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Город: North DevonПодписчиков: 110О себе: A riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside . .
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Daniel Owen was born in Mold (Yr Wyddgrug), Flintshire, the youngest of six children in a working-class family. His father, Robert Owen, was a coal miner, while his mother belonged to the family of Thomas Edwards, poet and writer
This book should be much better known
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Author Daniel Owen was born in 1836 into a mining family and is seen by many as.The book is billed as being "intended to be read by the fireside on long Victorian evenings".
Author Daniel Owen was born in 1836 into a mining family and is seen by many as representative of the typical struggles and issues of local life in that era. His father and two of his brothers were drowned in a mining accident when he was very young, an event that was to shape his life for years to come and left surviving members of the family on the brink of destitution. In English it is being published as Fireside Tales, a collection of 19 short stories and character portraits often based on local urban legends of the era, by Daniel Owen.
Populated by beautiful women, over-zealous preachers, gullible simpletons and the occasional ghost, these stories appear in English for the first time.