David Jones, writer with a Welsh connection!

David Jones

Writer, painter, calligrapher, illustrator, soldier. He Illustrated 'Gulliver's Travels' and other books. TS Eliot described his part-poem part-novel 'In Parenthesis' as "a work of genius". WH Auden regarded his 'The Anathemata' as "... Probably the finest long poem written in English this (the 20th) century".
Connection: Although he was born in Kent, England (1895) Jones has a strong Welsh connection via his grandfather who was born in Wales and moved to Surrey, England. David Jones' Welsh heritage was fundamental to his beliefs and his life's works.

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Jones was one of 4000 Welshmen wounded at Mametz Wood whilst serving with the 15th Royal Welch Fusiliers (a London Welsh regiment) sometime between 4th and 12th of July 1916.

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