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Dylan Thomas

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This guide explores the densities, the difficulties, and the force of Dylan Thomas' poetry. Through close discussion of key poems Walford Davies teases out the textures, the images, verse forms and narrative structures which characterise the work. He contrasts the early and later poems, examines Thomas both as a post-modernist and as a religious poet, and discusses his relationship to landscape, community, and to his Anglo-Welsh roots. This is a sympathetic and accessible introduction to a major poet. The book is has only a few light handling marks and on the back is an old label mark, plus two creases accross the bottom left corner; otherwise it is in near-fine condition.

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Author(s):
Walford Davies
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
13.5 x 21.5 cms
Edition:
1986
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0335150837
Number of pages:
134
Publisher:
Open University Press
Title:
Dylan Thomas

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This guide explores the densities, the difficulties, and the force of Dylan Thomas' poetry. Through close discussion of key poems Walford Davies teases out the textures, the images, verse forms and narrative structures which characterise the work. He contrasts the early and later poems, examines Thomas both as a post-modernist and as a religious poet, and discusses his relationship to landscape, community, and to his Anglo-Welsh roots. This is a sympathetic and accessible introduction to a major poet. The book is has only a few light handling marks and on the back is an old label mark, plus two creases accross the bottom left corner; otherwise it is in near-fine condition.

Author(s):
Walford Davies
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
13.5 x 21.5 cms
Edition:
1986
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0335150837
Number of pages:
134
Publisher:
Open University Press
Title:
Dylan Thomas

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