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T.E. NICHOLAS, 1879-1971(Nicolas y Glais)

The cover of Canu'r Carchar (Prison Songs)

T.E. Nicholas was a poet, non-conformist minister, pacifist, communist and dentist. He published more than 15 volumes of poetry, much of which was political.

He moved to Aberystwyth in 1920 to become a dentist. It is said that he had his surgery in a shed in a garden in Elm Tree Avenue.

Poetry

Salmanu'r Werin : a chaneuon ereill (1909) (The Psalms of the People)

Cerddi Gwerin (1912) (The Songs of the People)

Salmanu'r Werin (1913) (The Psalms of the People)

Y Rhyfel Anghyfiawn, (c 1914)

Cerddi Rhyddid (Songs of Freedom)

Cerddi Heddwch (1920) (Songs of Peace)

Terfysgoedd Daear (1939) (The Tumults of the Earth)

Llygad y Drws (1940) written in prison

Canu'r Carchar (1942) (Prison Songs, written in Swansea and Brixton prisons) (English translation published 1948)

Cyflog Byw (1940s)

Y Dyn â'r Gaib (1944)

Dryllio'r Delwau (1949)

Meirionnydd (1949)

Y Gân Ni Chanwyd

'R Wy'n Gweld o Bell (I behold from Afar)

Other works

Dros Eich Gwlad, Llythr Agored at Mr DJ Davies, Lundain, ar y Rhyfel Anghyfiawn, 1914

RJ Derfel (1970)

biography

Williams, Dr J.R. Roos, TE Nicholas, Proffwyd Soialaeth a Bardd Gwrthryfel (Socialist Profit and Rebel Poet)

Jones, H.C., Wireless Wispers, Cambrian News, 22.5.1970 - 17.6.1970, 21.1.1972

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