Dylan Thomas No Man More Magical

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Index
Ackerman, John, 210
Adventures of the Skin Trade (unfinished), 17, 36, 64, 67, 72-9, 192, 212
'After the Funeral', 104
'Altarwise by Owl-light', 91
'And Death Shall Have No Dominion', 44, 91
Annie, Aunt, 17, 25, 50, 104-5, 134
Archer, David, 66, 70
Arnold, Matthew, 207
Auden, W. H., 44, 50, 90, 108-9, 166, 168, 210, 212, 218
Aumonier, Stacy, 30
Ayrton, Michael, 139
Balloon Site 568 (film), 115
Bards of Wales, 12-14, 18, 207-10, 212
Barker, George, 68
Barnes, Djuna, Nightwood, 104
Beach at Falesá, The (film), 121
Beckett, Samuel, 104, 169
'Before I Knocked', 11
Berlemont, Victor, 82
Best Poems of 1934, The, 66
Birt, Dan, 121
Blaen-Cwm, cottage at, 50-1
Blake, William, 36, 42, 102, 209-10, 229-30
Blakeston, Oswell, 83
Breton, André, 85, 90
Bridie, James, 120
Brinnin, J. M., 44, 140, 191, 199, 201, 203;
brings Dylan to U.S., 164-6, 176, 178-9
British Broadcasting Corporation, 56; Dylan's scripts and talks for, 106, 118, 122-3, 140, 143-9, 186, 193, 212, 223, 226; recording of Under Milk Wood, 197
British National Pictures, 121
Burke and Hare (bodysnatchers), 120-1
'Burning Baby, The', 86-7, 104
Burns, Robert, 120
Burton, Philip, 193
Burton, Richard, 38, 68-9, 146, 197
Caetani, Princess, 172, 186, 195
Café Royal, 56, 82, 115, 193
Cameron, Norman, 83
'Ceremony After a Fire Raid', 126-7, 144
Chatterton, Thomas, 70
Chelsea, 63-4, 68, 119, 126-9
Chesterton, G. K., 16
'Child's Christmas in Wales, A', 17
Church, Richard, 83, 85, 88, 90
Cleverdon, Douglas, 195-6
Collected Poems ( 1952), 44, 176, 182
Communist Writers' Union, 160
Congreve, William, 38
Connolly, Cyril, 129, 222
Contemporary Poets and Prose, 86
'Conversation of Prayer, The', 131, 212
'Cost of Letters', questions on, 133-4, 161; answers to, 222-4
Coward, Noel, 38
Cromlech, Welsh, 190-1
Cromwell, Oliver, 38
Crowley, Aleister, 27
Czechoslovakia, Dylan in, 160-1, 164
Dali, Salvador, 85
Davenport, John, 35, 108, 111, 114, 150
Davies, Aneirin Talfan, 143-4, 193
Davies, Walford, 213
Davies, William Henry, 90, 209-10
Death of the King's Canary, The, 111
Deaths and Entrances, 131
De le Mare, Walter, 30, 43
Devil among the Skins (local farce), 192
Dickens, Charles, 120
Dickinson, Emily, 102
Dickinson, Patric, 123
Doctor and the Devils, The, 120-2
Documentaries, 115, 117, 175
Donaghy, Lyle, 66
Donegal, Dylan in, 70-1
Donne, John, 209, 229
'Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night', 118
Dosie, Aunt, 17, 25, 59
'Druid of Her Broken Body' ( Wain), 90
Duncan, Isadora, 95
Durrell, Lawrence, 102, 155
Dyall, Valentine, 115
Dylan Thomas in America ( Brinnin), 164, 199
Early Prose Writings, 27
Earp, T. W., 130, 137, 143, 160
Eighteen Poems, 35, 58, 66, 88, 90-1
Eisenstein, Sergei, 120
Eisteddfods, 10, 13, 95, 207
Elba, the Thomases in, 160
Eldridge, John, 117

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