Why do our eulogies for Dylan Thomas continue with such shameless gusto? The question has been a hot topic in recent months, with contemporary poets Robert Minhinnick, Gwyneth Lewis and Jasmine Donahaye making equally passionate contributions to the debate. Minhinnick has suggested that Dylan’s fame persists because he had the good fortune to die in […]
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