Abstract – scaricare il file per l'appunto completo Dylan Thomas was born in Swansea, Wales, in 1914. His father give him a poetic
name (Dylan was the “sea -son” in old Welsh legends) and hoped he would become a poet. He left school at the age of sixteen and divided his time between acting with the Swansea Little Theatre and writing poems. His first volume of poetry, Eighteen Poems, was published in 1934 and had an immediate impact on literary critics because of its unusual, violent and brilliant imagery. These poems examined the complexities of feeling; in fact from the beginning of his career as a poet, Dylan Thomas’ s task was centred on an attempt at unraveling the mysterious relation between the perpetual cycles and processes of birth and death, regeneration and destruction both in nature and in man’s physical and psychological features. After moving to London in 1936, his second volume, – segue nel file da scaricare