Articles and Chapters

John Bayley – The Romantic Survival
(Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1957)

James A Davies – ‘Apostrophes (and other endings) in Dylan Thomas’s Deaths and Entrances’ Welsh Writing in English – a Yearbook of Critical Essays
Volume 8 (2003) pp 92-106

John Goodby & Christopher Wigginton, ‘ “Shut, too, in a tower of words”: Dylan Thomas’ modernism’, in ed. Alex Davis & Lee M. Jenkins, Locations of Literary Modernism: Region and Nation in British and American Modernist Poetry
(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000)

Giles Goodland – ‘Dylan Thomas and Film’
New Welsh Review 9 (Summer 1990)

Betty and William Greenway – ‘Just Dylan: Dylan Thomas as a Subversive Children’s Writer’
Welsh Writing in English, Volume 5 (1991), pp 42-50

Martin E Gingerich – ‘Dylan Thomas and the Ark of the Covenant’
Anglo Welsh Review, Volume 19 No.44 (Spring 1971) pp.183-185

Victor Golightly – ‘ “Writing with dreams and blood”: Dylan Thomas, Marxism and 1930s Swansea’
Welsh Writing in English – a Yearbook of Critical Essays. Volume 8 (2003) pp67 – 91

Katie Gramich – ‘Dylan Thomas Forty Years On’
New Welsh Review,Vol 6 No 24 Spring 1994 p 30-32

John Harris – A Bibliographical Guide to Twenty-four Modern Anglo-Welsh Writers
(Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1994)

Seamus Heaney – ‘Dylan The Durable? On Dylan Thomas’, in The Redress of Poetry
(London: Faber, 1995) pp124-45

Glyn Jones – The Dragon Has Two Tongues
(London: Dent, 1968)

Philip A. Lahey – ‘Dylan Thomas: A Reappraisal’
Critical Survey, 5:1 (1993) pp53 – 65

Peter Elfed Lewis – ‘The Radio Road to Llareggub’
British Radio Drama ed John Drakakis (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1981) pp. 72 – 110

Eleanor J. McNees – Eucharistic poetry : the search for presence in the writings of John Donne, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Dylan Thomas, and Geoffrey Hill
(London : Associated University Presses, 1992)

Winifred Nowottny – The Language Poets Use
(Athlone Press, 1962)

Victor Paananen – ‘The Social Vision of Dylan Thomas’ Welsh Writing in English – a Yearbook of Critical Essays
Volume 8 (2003) pp46 – 66

David N Thomas – ‘Under Milk Wood’s birth-in-exile’
New Welsh Review 51 (2001) pp 47-53

Kerith Trick – ‘Bert Trick – the original Marx Brother’
New Welsh Review 54 (2001) pp 43 – 51

Chris Wigginton – ”Quarrelling with the Outside Weathers’: Dylan Thomas and Surrealism’
Stan Smith & Jennifer Birkett (eds) Anglophone Modernism and Europe. Miscelenea Special Issue (2000)

Raymond Williams – ‘Dylan Thomas’s play for voices’
Critical Quarterly 1.1 (Spring 1959)

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