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- Alun Lewis is a Welsh actor, best known for his roles in ITV's Emmerdale as postmaster Vic Windsor, and Darryl Stubbs in BBC1 sitcom Birds of a Feather from 1989-1997.
- Alun Lewis was a Welsh poet.
- born on (100 years ago) in Cwmaman
- died on (71 years ago) of accident
- written works: "Letters to my wife", "Letters from India", "Alun Lewis & the making of the Caseg broadsheets", "Raiders' dawn", "Ha! Ha! among the trumpets", "In the green tree", "Inwards where all the battle is", "Collected poems", "The last inspection"
- Alun Lewis is a former Welsh rugby union player. He joined the 1977 British Lions tour to New Zealand as a replacement during the tour. He represented Cambridge University R.U.F.C. in the Varsity Match in 1975 and 1976 and played club rugby for London Welsh RFC. However, he never played international rugby for Wales.
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by J. A. Cuddon
Sidney Keyes, Keith Douglas, Alun Lewis, Roy Fuller, Roy Campbell, Charles Causley and Alan Ross. Most of the poets of both world wars have been well represented in a number of fine anthologies. Two of the best concerned with the First ...
by M. Keith Booker
Instead, for British poet Alun Lewis and American Muriel Rukeyser, World War II inspired an urgency to provide witness to both battleground and home-front devastation.
Alun Lewis, who died in action, made a wartime reputation with poetry and stories in The Last Inspection (1942), ...
The Definitive Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Spencer C. Tucker
Among poets, Alun Lewis, Sidney Keyes, and Keith Douglas died in service; the most eloquent poetic voice of the generation, however, may well have been T.S. Eliot in The Four Quartets (1935–1942), which represents a search for ...
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