[Spellyans] "Gwerryans an Planettys" dyllys gans Evertype

Ken MacKinnon ken at ferintosh.org
Sun Apr 7 15:27:35 IST 2013


Mur ras dhysso-jy, Craig.

 

Yes indeed – these are the actual places I was struggling to recall.

 

Thames valley or no, in its way a Cornish classic nevertheless !

 

-        Ken

 

From: Spellyans [mailto:spellyans-bounces at kernowek.net] On Behalf Of Craig
Weatherhill
Sent: 07 April 2013 14:38
To: Standard Cornish discussion list
Subject: Re: [Spellyans] "Gwerryans an Planettys" dyllys gans Evertype

 

It probably is, Jan, possibly the Fowey river.  The book was largely written
at the Greenbank Hotel, Falmouth, and the town described by the Sea Rat is
Fowey.  

 

Craig

 

 

 

On 2013 Ebr 7, at 14:01, Janice Lobb wrote:





I'd buy "Wind in the Willows", even though it originates in the Thames
Valley. You could picture it on any of Cornwall's rivers

Jan

 

On Sat, Apr 6, 2013 at 10:31 PM, ewan wilson <butlerdunnit at ntlworld.com>
wrote:

Wow!! One of my all time favourite sci-fi novels so I'm off to grab a copy!
Can I suggest for future translation some of the John Wyndham and John
Christopher books? Wyndham's Triffids, Midwich, Web are superb and stylish
sci fi classics. John Christopher's Death of Grass is unforgettable, too.
And all his other global disaster/alien invasion tales are gems.
As for Moonfleet in Cornish...
And is there nobody out there who could pen a series of whodunnits set
around Glasney with a 'Brother Cadfael' type sleuth?!

Ewan.
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Subject: [Spellyans] "Gwerryans an Planettys" dyllys gans Evertype



Yma Evertype ow nôtya bos dyllys lyver gans H. G. Wells, "Gwerryans an
Planettys", trailys gans Nicholas Williams. Delînyansow gans Mathew
Staunton.

"Ny vynsa den vëth cresy in bledhydnyow dewetha an nawnjegves cansvledhen, y
fedha an bës-ma whythrys yn sherp hag yn clos gans skentolethow brâssa ages
skentolethow mebyon tus, saw mar vortal avellans aga honen... Saw dres an
aswy vrâs a spâs, yth esa furneth o mar bell dhyworth agan furneth ny dell
usy agan brës ny dhyworth brës an bestas mortal, furneth yeyn ha dybyta, ow
meras orth an bës-ma dre lagasow envies, hag yn lent hag yn sur creaturs an
furneth-na a borposyas aga thowlow wàr agan pydn."

Y feu "Gwerryans an Planettys" dyllys in Sowsnek rag an kensa prës i'n
vledhen 1898. An lyver a yll bos consydrys an kensa whedhel adro dhe
"woreskydnans dre vës-estrenyon", ha'y awedhyans wàr fuglien sciensek yw
brâs dres ehen. An lyver re beu desedhys dhe'n radyo, dhe'n waryva ha dhe'n
gwaya-mir, hag inspîrya hag awedhya a wrug lies ensampel a fuglien sciensek,
in aga mesk jornals skethednek ha novelys grafek. Pàn vo va settys ryb "Jyn
an Termyn", "An Den Dywel", hag "Enys Doctour Moreau", yth hevel "Gwerryans
an Planettys" moy kerys gans an bobel ès ken lyver vëth a screfas H. G.
Wells. Hèm yw an kensa prësmay feu an novel-ma dyllys in Kernowek.

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Evertype is pleased to announce the publication of H. G. Wells' War of the
Worlds, translated into Cornish by Nicholas Williams and illustrated by
Mathew Staunton.

"No one would have believed in the last years of the nineteenth century that
this world was being watched keenly and closely by intelligences greater
than man's and yet as mortal as his own... Yet across the gulf of space,
minds that are to our minds as ours are to those of the beasts that perish,
intellects vast and cool and unsympathetic, regarded this earth with envious
eyes, and slowly and surely drew their plans against us."

First published in 1898, "The War of the Worlds" is considered to be the
first "alien invasion" tales, and has been one of the most influential
science fiction novels ever written. It has been adapted for radio, stage,
and screen, and has inspired and influenced many works of fiction, including
comics and graphic novels. Alongside "The Time Machine", "The Invisible
Man", and "The Island of Dr Moreau", Wells' "The War of the Worlds" stands
out as perhaps his most popular work. This is the first time that this novel
has been published in Cornish.

Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com/
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