Dylan Thomas: The Legend and the Poet: A Collection of Biographical and Critical Essays

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Dylan Thomas: The Legend and the Poet
A COLLECTION OF BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL ESSAYS

EDITED BY

E. W. TEDLOCK

HEINEMANN

LONDON MELBOURNE TORONTO

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Part One - The Man 1
  • Suzanne Roussillat 3
  • Daniel Jones 15
  • Cecil Price 19
  • Pamela Hansford Johnson 23
  • Augustus John 25
  • William Jay Smith 29
  • Ralph Wishart 31
  • Lawrence Durrell 34
  • Roy Campbell 41
  • John Lehmann 46
  • Mario Luzi 48
  • Theodore Roethke 50
  • Alastair Reid 53
  • Richard Eberhart 55
  • David Daiches 58
  • Marjorie Adix 60
  • Philip Burton 67
  • George Barker 71
  • John Davenport 74
  • G. S. Fraser 82
  • Louis MacNeice 85
  • Part Two - The Poet 89
  • Map of Llareggub 91
  • Dylan Thomas: A Pioneer 96
  • Unsex the Skeleton: Notes on the Poetry of Dylan Thomas 113
  • In Defence of Dylan Thomas 132
  • The Poetry of Dylan Thomas 141
  • Comment on Dylan Thomas 148
  • A Comment 151
  • How Much Me Now Your Acrobatics Amaze 155
  • Dylan Thomas 168
  • The Poetry of Dylan Thomas 186
  • One Ring-Tailed Roarer to Another 211
  • Dylan Thomas: Yes and No - Two Reviews of One Book 214
  • Dylan Thomas: Rhetorician in Mid-Career 223
  • The Poetry of Dylan Thomas 1 229
  • The Religious Poet 236
  • Dylan Thomas 248
  • Dylan Thomas 269
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