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Kingdom of Powys

the accomplishment for which he is best known: the codification of Welsh law. Lloyd, p. 338. Genealogy and early life Gruffydd was the elder of two sons of Llywelyn ap Seisyll, who had been able to rule both Gwynedd (Kingdom of Gwynedd) and Powys (Kingdom of Powys). On Llywelyn's death in 1023, a member of the Aberffraw dynasty (House of Aberffraw), Iago ab Idwal ap Meurig, became ruler of Gwynedd. According to an early story Gruffydd had been a lazy youth, but one


Kingdom of Gwynedd

two sons Hywel and Clydog according to Welsh custom. Genealogy and early life Gruffydd was the elder of two sons of Llywelyn ap Seisyll, who had been able to rule both Gwynedd (Kingdom of Gwynedd) and Powys (Kingdom of Powys). On Llywelyn's death in 1023, a member of the Aberffraw dynasty (House of Aberffraw), Iago ab Idwal ap Meurig, became ruler of Gwynedd. According to an early story Gruffydd had been a lazy youth, but one New Year's Eve, he was driven


Angola

) in Kansas. After graduating from Wichita State with his BA in English in 1926, he went on to receive a Bachelor of Laws degree from Columbia University. A distinguished football player, he received little encouragement from either family or teachers with his plans to become a writer. An early story, "Back to the Beast", resulted in one teacher remarking "Your work is impossible!". Yet this same story became his first professional sale when editor Farnsworth


Salt Lake City

States, where he attended school in Washington DC, prep school in Salt Lake City, college at Wichita Municipal University (now Wichita State University) in Kansas. After graduating from Wichita State with his BA in English in 1926, he went on to receive a Bachelor of Laws degree from Columbia University. A distinguished football player, he received little encouragement from either family or teachers with his plans to become a writer. An early story, "Back to the Beast"


Seattle

that did for his stories, a habit he traced back to two mistakes made when he wrote his early story "The City of Spiders." * Mixed by J.R. McNeely * Recorded at Compound Recording (Seattle, Washington (Washington (U.S. state)))


Egypt

understanding" of the subject, and noted that choosing an abstract concept first and trying to construct a narrative around it was "a lousy way to go about writing a story"). Another early story, "Under the Rose" (1961), includes amongst its cast of characters a cyborg set anachronistically in Victorian-era Egypt (a type of writing now called steampunk). This story, significantly reworked by Pynchon, appears as Chapter 3 of ''V.'' "The Secret


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