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Up into the Singing Mountain (1960).

Up into the Singing Mountain (1960). How Green Was My Valley is a 1939 novel by Richard Llewellyn, narrated by Huw Morgan, the main character, about his Welsh family and the mining community in which they live Contents.

Start by marking Up Into The Singing Mountain as Want to Read . Richard Dafydd Vivian Llewellyn Lloyd (1906 - 1983) was a Welsh novelist and playwright, best known as author of How Green Was My Valley.

Start by marking Up Into The Singing Mountain as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This is one of several sequels he wrote and involves the Welsh miners living in Patagonia, Argentina.

Up into the Singing Mountain Hardcover – June, 1960. This book will tear you apart and put you back together again. It opens where the first book, How Green Was My Valley, opened- Huw packing up to leave his valley in Wales

Up into the Singing Mountain Hardcover – June, 1960. by. Richard Llewellyn (Author). It opens where the first book, How Green Was My Valley, opened- Huw packing up to leave his valley in Wales. But rather than a long flashback, we go forward in his life from there- on to Patagonia, Argentina, with a Welsh expatriate community, but mostly from composed of those other people, the North Welsh. Huw moves into town as a boarder, starts up his carpentry business, sorely needed after a great flood in the year prior, and meets a beautiful woman, Lal.

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In the . He lived a peripatetic life, travelling widely throughout his life. Before World War II, he spent periods working in hotels, wrote a play, worked as a coal miner and produced his best-known novel. Up into the Singing Mountain (1960).

But he has set up housekeeping, so the village feels, with the Widow Glyn, who has designs on him (as apparently have other maidens in the . Llewellyn has- in the years between- gone far from the mood and scene of his first book.

But he has set up housekeeping, so the village feels, with the Widow Glyn, who has designs on him (as apparently have other maidens in the community). This thread of involved romance plays back and forth through issues that stir the whole community, until threat of disaster on a grand scale from the flooding river draws them together. No one will ever forget the flood in the earlier book; the one in this is on even a grander scale. Llewellyn has- in the years between- gone far from the mood and scene of his first book

1. ISBN 10: 0450038491 ISBN 13: 9780450038495. Book Description Paperback. Condition: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting.

1. The spine remains undamaged.

Home Richard Llewellyn How Green Was My Valley. We were singing when the procession got inside the village, and singing still when the wain stopped by Mr. Gruffydd, and the band and choir all singing with us. How green was my valley, . 7.

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Up, into the Singing Mountain epub download

ISBN13: 978-0450029172

ISBN: 0450029174

Author: Richard Llewellyn

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: New English Library Ltd; New edition edition (May 14, 1976)

Pages: 288 pages

ePUB size: 1590 kb

FB2 size: 1887 kb

Rating: 4.3

Votes: 162

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Mr_Mix
This book will tear you apart and put you back together again. It opens where the first book, How Green Was My Valley, opened- Huw packing up to leave his valley in Wales. But rather than a long flashback, we go forward in his life from there- on to Patagonia, Argentina, with a Welsh expatriate community, but mostly from composed of those *other* people, the North Welsh. Huw moves into town as a boarder, starts up his carpentry business, sorely needed after a great flood in the year prior, and meets a beautiful woman, Lal. He then faces similar problems to his life growing up- nature's wrath, and man's evil- gossip.

Llewellyn does an amazing job of characterization, so that we as the readers really care for the characters, move for them, and feel that we are right there with them. He describes without describing, and Welsh Patagonia comes to life before us. I eagerly look forward to the third in the series of four, Down Where the Moon is Small. Up Into the Singing Mountain is a complete story in it's own right, but leaves much room for a sequel. However, I could not give the book five stars, for two reasons, which diverge from the first book. Llewellyn uses stronger Welsh dialect at times and his scene changes become confusing, so that there were many places wherein I didn't know what was happening, and even when I reread a section, couldn't make sense of it. Also, there were times, especially in the first half of the book, where I couldn't support Huw. In the first book, I could identify with him, even when he made mistakes. Here, there are times when Huw seems rather mean, and is difficult to relate to. He justifies himself when a naked woman is in his bed that he is a man, and so makes love to her, because no man could refuse. This is simply untrue, and difficult to relate to. But Huw's character picks up in the second half, and this is perhaps why it is then when the reader's heart is wretched and then poured out in hope.
Mr_Mix
This book will tear you apart and put you back together again. It opens where the first book, How Green Was My Valley, opened- Huw packing up to leave his valley in Wales. But rather than a long flashback, we go forward in his life from there- on to Patagonia, Argentina, with a Welsh expatriate community, but mostly from composed of those *other* people, the North Welsh. Huw moves into town as a boarder, starts up his carpentry business, sorely needed after a great flood in the year prior, and meets a beautiful woman, Lal. He then faces similar problems to his life growing up- nature's wrath, and man's evil- gossip.

Llewellyn does an amazing job of characterization, so that we as the readers really care for the characters, move for them, and feel that we are right there with them. He describes without describing, and Welsh Patagonia comes to life before us. I eagerly look forward to the third in the series of four, Down Where the Moon is Small. Up Into the Singing Mountain is a complete story in it's own right, but leaves much room for a sequel. However, I could not give the book five stars, for two reasons, which diverge from the first book. Llewellyn uses stronger Welsh dialect at times and his scene changes become confusing, so that there were many places wherein I didn't know what was happening, and even when I reread a section, couldn't make sense of it. Also, there were times, especially in the first half of the book, where I couldn't support Huw. In the first book, I could identify with him, even when he made mistakes. Here, there are times when Huw seems rather mean, and is difficult to relate to. He justifies himself when a naked woman is in his bed that he is a man, and so makes love to her, because no man could refuse. This is simply untrue, and difficult to relate to. But Huw's character picks up in the second half, and this is perhaps why it is then when the reader's heart is wretched and then poured out in hope.
Styphe
The author should have stopped after his first book.
Styphe
The author should have stopped after his first book.
EROROHALO
Not anywhere near as good as "How Green Was My Valley."
EROROHALO
Not anywhere near as good as "How Green Was My Valley."
Kerry
R.L. did not stop at "How Green Was My Valley" as most believe. This was his second saga. Well worth the time.
Kerry
R.L. did not stop at "How Green Was My Valley" as most believe. This was his second saga. Well worth the time.
Preve
Good condition, as described.
Preve
Good condition, as described.