Stuart Evans was born in Swansea in 1934 and brought up at Ystalyfera in Glamorgan. It was as a novelist that he established his reputation, with eight long, technically complex novels, which are more inclined to the philosophical than is usual in English fiction.
They include Meritocrats (1974), The Gardens of the Casino (1976), The Caves of Alienation (1977), and a quintet known as The Windmill Hill Sequence.
He also published two volumes of verse, Imaginary Gardens with Real Toads (1972) and The Function of the Foal (1997).
He died in 1994.
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