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Dylan Thomas
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Last words. As quoted in: "The Life of Dylan Thomas" (1965) by Constantine FitzGibbon


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Born: October 27, 1914

Died: November 9, 1953 (aged 39)

Nationality: Welsh

Occupation: Poet

Bio: Dylan Marlais Thomas was a Welsh poet whose works include Do not go gentle into that good night, And death shall have no dominion, In my Craft or Sullen Art and Fern Hill. In addition to poetry he wrote short stories and scripts and the play for voices, Under Milk Wood.

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