Dorothy Edwards was educated at Howell's School and Cardiff University, where she studied Greek and Philosophy. After graduation she pursued a literary career, travelling in Europe and living briefly in Vienna, Florence and later in London. She published a collection of short stories, Rhapsody, in 1927, followed by a novel, Winter Sonata, in 1928. She returned to Wales to look after her widowed mother but struggled to sustain her literary output in relative isolation, writing only a few more stories. She took her own life in 1934, at the age of thirty-one.
Rhapsody and Other Stories by Dorothy Edwards
Library of Wales
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