Dylan Thomas (Thomas Dylan)( English poet.)
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Biography Dylan Thomas (Thomas Dylan)
Born October 27, 1914 in Carmarthenshire (Wales). He studied at the elementary school g.Suonsi sooner turned to creativity. While the eminent poets of the 1930's, WH Auden and St.Spenser engaged in social problems, Thomas began to write about human nature, especially about his unconscious early. 18 Poems (18 Poems, 1934) represent the dreams 'Freud'. The central theme of Thomas - the cycle of birth and death. For the first collection of poems was followed by twenty-five (Twenty-Five Poems, 1936), Map of Love (Map of Love, 1939) and Death and outputs (Deaths and Entrances, 1946). Some of the less encumbered introspect poems from the collection of Death and outs of the issues of religion, tell of air raids during the war and the youth of the poet. The map of love Thomas also included a few surreal stories. Portrait of the artist - a young dog (A Portrait of an Artist as a Young Dog, 1940) consists of autobiographical sketches. After the Second World War, Thomas worked for the BBC BBC columnist poetry. In the U.S. went out following his book: The World, . that I breathe (The World I Breathe, . 1942), . New Poems (New Poems, . 1942), . Favorites (Selected Writings, . 1946), . The village's Dream (In Country Sleep, . 1952), . Selected Poems (Collected Poems, . 1953), . Under the canopy of Dairy Forests (Under Milk Wood, . 1942) and Dylan Thomas: Selected Correspondence (Dylan Thomas: The Collected Letters, . 1986),
. Thomas died in New York on Nov. 9, 1953.