Other Literary Forms
Rhys Davies’ Ram with Red Horns (1996) stimulated renewed reader interest and prompted requests for reprints of some of his other novels. Davies’ novels include The Black Venus (1944); The Dark Daughters (1947), based on William Shakespeare’s King Lear; The Perishable Quality (1957), which includes an affectionate portrait of Dylan Thomas. Davies has written plays and nonfiction. Adaptations of Davies’ novels and short stories have been produced for radio and television.