She produced a considerable body of fiction. Roberts's vocabulary is unadorned, befitting her subject matter, a world where coal and quarry dust hang heavy in the air. Her stories depict a Wales of cultural and spiritual, as well as economic, poverty. A widow tries to reconstruct her life, a quarryman dying of cancer is unable to tell his wife of his feelings for her. Perhaps the best piece is the novella & Tonight,'' dealing with the mental breakdown and recovery of a minister's wife.
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She produced a considerable body of fiction, seven novels and novellas and nine collections of short stories.
Selected Stories, 1925-1981.
Roberts, Kate (1991), The World of Kate Roberts : selected stories, 1925–1981. Translated by Joseph P. Clancy. Philadelphia : Temple University Press. A general introduction to her short stories in English which includes a translation of Te yn y Grug (Tea in the Heather). Morgan, Derec Llwyd (1991), Kate Roberts.
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Kate Roberts On The Teachers Who Are Her Superheroes. Roberts, Kate (1991), The World of Kate Roberts : selected stories, 1925–1981. WAITING ON GOD by Andrew Murray - FULL AudioBook Greatest AudioBooks. Perhaps her most successful book of short stories is Te yn y grug (Tea in the Heather) (1959), a series about children. Of the novels that Roberts wrote novels, perhaps the most famous was Traed mewn cyffion (Feet in Chains) (1936), which reflected the hard life of a slate-quarrying family. In 1960 she published Y lôn wen, a volume of autobiography.