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The life of well-known writer Michael Caradock has ended violently on an isolated Welsh island. The circumstances of his death are mysterious, but then his whole life and work are subjects of controversy. Are his work and death connected, and if so, on what level? In The Caves of Alienation, first published in 1977, Stuart Evans, displays the accomplished hand of a master craftsman in verse and prose, and produces a Welsh novel of outstanding technical brilliance and intellectual power.
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Stuart Evans (born 14 June 1963) is a Welsh former rugby union and rugby league player. Born in Neath in 1963, Evans played for several rugby union clubs, including British Steel, for whom he once worked, Resolven, Swansea, Western Suburbs, Neath, and Barbarian F.C..
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