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Dylan Thomas

a.k.a. Dylan Marlais Thomas

Author Code: EDMT

Born: Oct. 27, 1914 - Swansea, Wales

Died: Nov. 9, 1953 - New York City, New York, USA

Thomas was educated at the Swansea Grammar school, but left when he was sixteen and began working for the South Wales Daily Post as a proof reader and junior reporter. It was at this time that Thomas developed a love of alcohol that eventually led to his demise. At the end of 1932, he joined Swansea's Little Theatre, an amateur actors group, and also began to write poetry. Over the next year, many of his poems were published in the London Sunday Referee. During the next two years he made a number of trips to London and published his first book, 18 Poems, in 1934. In 1936, he followed this with his second publication, 25 Poems. In 1937, he married Caitlin MacNamara. Thomas was exempted from military service in 1940 as an asthmatic. During the war years he took part in many BBC radio programmes and continued to write poetry and some radio scripts. In 1947, he moved to Oxfordshire, but returned to Wales in 1948. In 1949, Thomas was offered a lecture tour in America and was enthralled by the country and especially its proliferance of bars. He returned on tour again in 1952 and 1953, where he produced Under Milk Wood. Later that year, and deeply in debt, he agreed to another tour. Following a frenzied drinking bout that, by his own words, included "eighteen straight whiskeys", he was admitted to hospital where he lapsed into a coma and died five days later. There is much conjecture surrounding his death and its causes, which many attribute to incorrect medication being administered to him by US physicians. His body was returned to Wales for burial. Thomas's other works include The Map of Love (1939), The World I Breathe (1939), Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog (1940), Deaths and Entrances (1946), Twenty-Six Poems (1950), In Country Sleep (1952) and The Doctor and the Devils (1953).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EDMT003 18 Poems
  All All and All the Dry Worlds Lever
  Before I Knocked
  Especially When the October Wind
  The Force That Through The Green Fuse Drives The Flower
  From Love's First Fever to Her Plague
  I Dreamed My Genesis
  I Fellowed Sleep
  I See the Boys of Summer
  If I Were Tickled by the Rub of Love
  In the Beginning
  Light Breaks Where No Sun Shines
  My Hero Bares His Nerves
  My World is Pyramid
  Our Eunuch Dreams
  A Process in the Weather of the Heart
  When Once the Twilight Locks No Longer
  When, Like a Running Grave
  Where Once the Waters of your Face
1934 26 149k eBook Download PDF - '18 Poems' (EDMT003)   Download ePub - '18 Poems' (EDMT003) Find a printed copy of 18 Poems by Dylan Thomas at AbeBooks
EDMT004 Collected Poems - 1934-1952
  After the Funeral
  All All and All the Dry Worlds Lever
  Altarwise by Owl-light
  Among Those Killed in the Dawn Raid Was A Man Aged A Hundred
  And Death Shall Have No Dominion
  Ballad of the Long-legged Bait
  Because the Pleasure-bird Whistles
  Before I Knocked
  Ceremony After A Fire Raid
  The Conversation of Prayer
  Deaths and Entrances
  Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
  Do You Not Father Me
  Ears in the Turrets Hear
  Elegy
  Especially When the October Wind
  Fern Hill
  Find Meat on Bones
  The Force That Through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower
  Foster the Light
  From Love's First Fever to Her Plague
  A Grief Ago
  Grief Thief of Time
  The Hand That Signed the Paper
  Here in this Spring
  Hold Hard, These Ancient Minutes in the Cuckoo's Month
  Holy Spring
  How Shall My Animal
  How Soon the Servant Sun
  The Hunchback in the Park
  I Dreamed My Genesis
  I Fellowed Sleep
  I Have Longed to Move Away
  I Make this in A Warring Absence
  I See the Boys of Summer
  I, in My Intricate Image
  If I Were Tickled by the Rub of Love
  ‘If My Head Hurt A Hair's Foot'
  In Country Sleep
  In My Craft Or Sullen Art
  In the Beginning
  In the White Giant's Thigh
  Incarnate Devil
  Into Her Lying Down Head
  It is the Sinners' Dust-tongued Bell
  Lament
  Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed
  Light Breaks Where No Sun Shines
  Love in the Asylum
  O Make Me A Mask
  My Hero Bares His Nerves
  My World is Pyramid
  Not From this Anger
  Now
  On a Wedding Anniversary
  On No Work of Words
  On the Marriage of a Virgin
  Once Below A Time
  Once it Was the Colour of Saying
  To Others Than You
  Our Eunuch Dreams
  Out of the Sighs
  Over Sir John's Hill
  Poem in October
  Poem on His Birthday
  A Process in the Weather of the Heart
  A Refusal to Mourn the Death, by Fire, of A Child in London
  A Saint About to Fall
  The Seed-at-Zero
  Shall Gods Be Said to Thump the Clouds
  Should Lanterns Shine
  The Spire Cranes
  Then Was My Neophyte
  There Was A Saviour
  This Bread I Break
  This Side of the Truth
  To-day, this Insect
  The Tombstone Told When She Died
  Twenty-four Years
  Unluckily for A Death
  Vision and Prayer
  Was There A Time
  We Lying by Seasand
  When All My Five and Country Senses See
  When I Woke
  When Once the Twilight Locks No Longer
  When, Like A Running Grave
  Where Once the Waters of Your Face
  Why East Wind Chills
  A Winter's Tale
1952 133 380k eBook Download PDF - 'Collected Poems - 1934-1952' (EDMT004)   Download ePub - 'Collected Poems - 1934-1952' (EDMT004) Find a printed copy of Collected Poems - 1934-1952 by Dylan Thomas at AbeBooks
EDMT005 Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog
  Extraordinary Little Cough
  The Fight
  Just Like Little Dogs
  Old Garbo
  One Warm Saturday
  Patricia, Edith, and Arnold
  The Peaches
  A Visit to Grandpa's
  Where Tawe Flows
  Who Do You Wish Was with Us?
1940 90 363k eBook Download PDF - 'Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog' (EDMT005)   Download ePub - 'Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog' (EDMT005) Find a printed copy of Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog by Dylan Thomas at AbeBooks
EDMT006 Resolutions for 1934 1933 4 113k Article Download PDF - 'Resolutions for 1934' (EDMT006)   Download ePub - 'Resolutions for 1934' (EDMT006) Find a printed copy of Resolutions for 1934 by Dylan Thomas at AbeBooks
EDMT002 Selected Prose
  Child's Christmas in Wales
  Holiday Memory
  Laugharne
  Quite Early One Morning
  Reminiscences Of Childhood
  A Visit to Grandpa's
1934-1953 23 176k eBook Download PDF - 'Selected Prose' (EDMT002)   Download ePub - 'Selected Prose' (EDMT002) Find a printed copy of Selected Prose by Dylan Thomas at AbeBooks
EDMT001 Under Milk Wood [Play] 1952 49 239k eBook Download PDF - 'Under Milk Wood [Play]' (EDMT001)   Download ePub - 'Under Milk Wood [Play]' (EDMT001) Find a printed copy of Under Milk Wood [Play] by Dylan Thomas at AbeBooks

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