EMLYN WILLIAMS, by Rickard Findlater (Rockliff, 15s.).
WHETHER on the theatre or in filnas. Emlyn Williams has proved a universally unforgettable
actor. Of his quality as author and actor, "Night Must Fall " is an enduring monument toiether with the autobiographical 'The Corn is Green." Mr. Findlater calls him " the only working-class writer of any size in English dramatic literature since Ben John
son." He has also unearthed the odd fact that Mr. Williams once went to school with the French Benedictine nuns at Talacre. Amply and well illustrated, this is a straightforward but excellent study of the great Welsh actor.