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Smith, A.J.M.

Published by Scribners, New York (1965)

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About this Item: Scribners, New York, 1965. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. (18)201pp. Indexed. "Chaucer To Dylan Thomas". Clean & tight with no marks. Seller Inventory # 15955

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Gerard Manley Hopkins

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About this Item: Penguin Classics. Condition: Good. Closer to Dylan Thomas than Matthew Arnold in his creative violence and insistence on the sound of poetry, the author was no staid, conventional Victorian. On entering the Jesuit order the age of twenty-four, he burnt all his poetry and 'resolved to write no more, as not belonging to my profession, unless by the wishes of my superiors'. Editor(s): Gardner, William Henry. Num Pages: 304 pages, illustrations, bibliog , index. BIC Classification: DCF; DNF. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 198 x 131 x 18. Weight in Grams: 226. Vintage copy good with shelf wear. 1953. Paperback. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Seller Inventory # KKW0005352

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Gerard Manley Hopkins

Published by Penguin Classics (1953)

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About this Item: Penguin Classics, 1953. Condition: Good. Closer to Dylan Thomas than Matthew Arnold in his creative violence and insistence on the sound of poetry, the author was no staid, conventional Victorian. On entering the Jesuit order the age of twenty-four, he burnt all his poetry and 'resolved to write no more, as not belonging to my profession, unless by the wishes of my superiors'. Editor(s): Gardner, William Henry. Num Pages: 304 pages, illustrations, bibliog , index. BIC Classification: DCF; DNF. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 198 x 131 x 18. Weight in Grams: 226. Vintage copy good with shelf wear. 1953. Paperback. . . . . . Seller Inventory # KKW0005352

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Thomas, Dylan

Published by The New English Weekly, London, England (1935)

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About this Item: The New English Weekly, London, England, 1935. No Binding. Condition: Near Fine. Print on demand photocopies of individual articles, poems, reviews that appeared in The New English Weekly between the dates of April 18, 1935 and April 7, 1938. Buyer must specify the volume and number or date of publication. First request $5.00 plus $2.95 shipping. Additional requests $2.00 each. Serious inquiries only. Please contact dealer directly for more information or directions for ordering. Seller Inventory # 12687

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Dylan Thomas

Published by Orion Publishing Co, United Kingdom (2005)

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About this Item: Orion Publishing Co, United Kingdom, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The definitive edition of Dylan Thomas s five published volumes of poems: 18 POEMS, TWENTY-FIVE POEMS, THE MAP OF LOVE, DEATHS AND ENTRANCES and IN COUNTRY SLEEP.Dylan Thomas wrote passionately about life in all its moods and moments: from the first thrilling moments of childbirth to the darker moments of death and loss. COLLECTED POEMS is introduced by the poet himself with a passionate seashore Prologue , in which the self-styled Noah of poetry builds his ark against ruin. This edition includes his last, unfinished poem Elegy , and the opening of In Country Heaven - an ambitious project conceived after the dropping of the atom bomb. Seller Inventory # AA29780753810668

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Dylan Thomas

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About this Item: Phoenix, 2000. Condition: New. Edited by Walford Davies and Ralph Maud, and first published in 1998, this collection reflects Dylan Thomas's own Collected Poems 1934-1952 - which he described as 'all, up to the present year, that I wish to preserve' - but adds two poems that Thomas was working on in the year of his death. This edition is arranged, like the earlier one, by published collections from 18 Poems (1934) to In Country Sleep (1952). Seller Inventory # 224920

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Dylan Thomas

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About this Item: Orion Publishing Co, United Kingdom, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The definitive edition of Dylan Thomas s five published volumes of poems: 18 POEMS, TWENTY-FIVE POEMS, THE MAP OF LOVE, DEATHS AND ENTRANCES and IN COUNTRY SLEEP.Dylan Thomas wrote passionately about life in all its moods and moments: from the first thrilling moments of childbirth to the darker moments of death and loss. COLLECTED POEMS is introduced by the poet himself with a passionate seashore Prologue , in which the self-styled Noah of poetry builds his ark against ruin. This edition includes his last, unfinished poem Elegy , and the opening of In Country Heaven - an ambitious project conceived after the dropping of the atom bomb. Seller Inventory # AA29780753810668

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Thomas, Dylan

Published by J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd (1962)

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About this Item: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd, 1962. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Reprint. 4th printing. Jacket price clipped, sticker remnant on front endpaper. 1962 Hard Cover. 138, [2] pp. ". a story written in the form of a film scenario, which becomes in the hands of Dylan Thomas an art-form in its own right. It is a gripping, dramatic story, based on the case of the murderers Burke and Hare which came to trial in Edinburgh more than a hundred years ago, and established its protagonists as bogy-men of the status of Sweeney Todd." ABOUT THE AUTHOR: "Dylan Marlais Thomas (October 27, 1914 - November 9, 1953) was a Welsh poet and writer. Thomas wrote half his poems and many short stories when he lived at the family home at 5 Cwmdonkin Drive; And death shall have no dominion is one of the best known works written at this address. His highly acclaimed first poetry volume, 18 Poems, was published in November 1934. The publication of Deaths and Entrances in 1946 was a major turning point in his career, with widespread recognition that a great poet had indeed emerged. Thomas "became a very successful orator.was extremely well-known during his life for being a versatile and dynamic speaker and he was best known for his poetry readings." His immensely striking and powerful voice would captivate American audiences during his speaking tours of the early 1950s. He made over two hundred broadcasts for the BBC. Seller Inventory # 2267882

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Derek STANFORD

Published by Neville Spearman, London (1954)

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About this Item: Neville Spearman, London, 1954. Hardback. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Acceptable. First Published. Contents include The Myth and the Man, The Poems (18 Poems, 25 Poems, The Map of Love, Deaths and Entrances, Last Poems, Critics, Style and Value) Prose and Drama (Prose, Drama) Selected Bibliography, List of First Lines".Blue cloth hardback with gilt lettering on spine, fading on top edges of cover. Internally slight foxing and marks on endpapers, dedication to previous owner on front right hand endpaper. Small booksellers sticker on bottom edge of left hand endpaper, otherwise clean tight copy in good condition, 194pp Illustrated Dust Jacket, picture of Dylan Thomas on front of jacket, tears on edges and down back of jacket, price unclipped, acceptable condition only, First published 1954 by Neville Spearman Book#06131 Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 06131

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Dylan Thomas

ISBN 10: 0753810662 ISBN 13: 9780753810668

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About this Item: 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. Paperback. The definitive edition of Dylan Thomas's five published volumes of poems: 18 POEMS, TWENTY-FIVE POEMS, THE MAP OF LOVE, DEATHS AND ENTRANCES and IN COUNTRY SLEEP. Dylan Thomas wrote passio.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 288 pages. 0.276. Seller Inventory # 9780753810668

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Thomas, Dylan

Published by New Direction, New York (1957)

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About this Item: New Direction, New York, 1957. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good +. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good +. 1957 Edition. gift inscription. Seller Inventory # 126416

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Unter dem Milchwald. Ein Spiel für Stimmen.: Thomas, Dylan

Thomas, Dylan

Published by Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft C. A. Koch's Verlag Nachf. u. a. (Lizenz des Carl Hanser Verlags) Ohne Jahresangabe (1974), Berlin, Darmstadt, Wien u. a. (1974)

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About this Item: Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft C. A. Koch's Verlag Nachf. u. a. (Lizenz des Carl Hanser Verlags) Ohne Jahresangabe (1974), Berlin, Darmstadt, Wien u. a., 1974. Leinen. Condition: gut. Lizenzausgabe. Kaschierter Ganzleineneinband mit geprägtem Rückentitel, Farbkopfschnitt und Schutzumschlag. Der Umschlag dezent randberieben und am Rücken lichtgebleicht, der Fußschnitt leicht berieben, makulierter Namenszug und gestempeltes "A" auf Innendeckel, ansonsten guter Erhaltungszustand. Dylan Marlais Thomas (* 27. Oktober 1914 in Swansea, Wales; † 9. November 1953 in New York City) war ein walisischer Schriftsteller. Thomas schrieb Gedichte, Essays, Briefe, Drehbücher, autobiographische Erzählungen und ein Theaterstück: Under Milk Wood (Unter dem Milchwald), sein Hauptwerk, das als Hörspiel 1954 postum mit dem Prix Italia ausgezeichnet wurde. Bereits im Alter von vier Jahren lernte er Gedichte von Shakespeare auswendig und mit acht Jahren schrieb er selbst seine ersten Gedichte. Mit elf Jahren veröffentlichte er einige Gedichte in der Schülerzeitung seines Gymnasiums, das er 1931 vorzeitig verließ, um sich zwei Jahre als Journalist bei der Tageszeitung South Wales Daily Post in Swansea zu verdingen. Anschließend widmete er sich dem Londoner Bohèmeleben und seiner anderen Leidenschaft, dem Alkohol. 1934 erschien seine erste Gedichtsammlung in London: 18 Poems. 1937 hatte er seine erste Rundfunkaufnahme bei der BBC. Im selben Jahr heiratete er die Tänzerin Caitlin MacNamara (* 8. Dezember 1913, † 1. August 1994), mit der er drei Kinder hatte. Er war ein überzeugter Kriegsgegner und entging dem Kriegsdienst, indem er volltrunken zur Musterung erschien und krankheitshalber freigestellt wurde. Als Dichter und Schriftsteller war Dylan Thomas sehr erfolgreich, wohingegen er unfähig war, mit Geld umzugehen. Während es seiner Familie ständig am Nötigsten fehlte, opferte er alles Geld seinem Alkoholismus. Thomas starb an einer Lungenentzündung, die er wegen seiner Alkoholexzesse nie auskurieren konnte. (Wikipedia) In deutscher Sprache. 339, (3) pages. 8° (130 x 210mm). Seller Inventory # BN23269

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Published by British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), London (1973)

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About this Item: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), London, 1973. Saddle-stapled newsprint. Condition: Very Good+. B&w illustrations (illustrator). Periodical. paginated [501]-536 [mild browning] Phillip Whitehead on the Labour Party and democracy; Macmillan on his resignation; Poems: Donald Davie; Gilbert Phelps: the eccentricities of a pioneer taxidermist; Dylan Thomas and the BBC, Auden and the LISTENER; Alan Ryan reviews an American best-seller on inequality Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Seller Inventory # 009673

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Thomas, Dylan:

Published by Berlin und Darmstadt, Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft (DBG); Gütersloh: Bertelsmann Reinhard Mohn OHG; Stuttgart, Europäischer Buch-und Phonoklub; Wien : Buchgemeinschaft Donauland, ohne Jahresangabe, ca. 1979. (1979)

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About this Item: Berlin und Darmstadt, Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft (DBG); Gütersloh: Bertelsmann Reinhard Mohn OHG; Stuttgart, Europäischer Buch-und Phonoklub; Wien : Buchgemeinschaft Donauland, ohne Jahresangabe, ca. 1979., 1979. Condition: Gut. Lizenzausgabe.. 341 (3) Seiten. 21 cm. Guter Zustand. - Dylan Marlais Thomas (* 27. Oktober 1914 in Swansea, Wales; † 9. November 1953 in New York City) war ein walisischer Schriftsteller. Thomas schrieb Gedichte, Essays, Briefe, Drehbücher, autobiographische Erzählungen und ein Theaterstück: Under Milk Wood (Unter dem Milchwald), sein Hauptwerk, das als Hörspiel 1954 postum mit dem Prix Italia ausgezeichnet wurde. Leben: Dylan Thomas war das zweite Kind des Gymnasiallehrers David John Thomas und dessen Frau Florence Williams.[1] Er wurde „in eine Tradition geboren, in der die Bibel, Predigtsammlungen und die walisischen Klassiker die Literatur waren und die Chapel die Unterhaltung am Sonntag. Man achtete Prediger und Dichter."[2] Bereits im Alter von vier Jahren lernte er Gedichte von Shakespeare auswendig und mit acht Jahren schrieb er selbst seine ersten Gedichte.[3] Mit elf Jahren veröffentlichte er einige Gedichte in der Schülerzeitung seines Gymnasiums, das er 1931 vorzeitig verließ, um sich zwei Jahre als Journalist bei der Tageszeitung South Wales Daily Post in Swansea zu verdingen. Anschließend widmete er sich dem Londoner Bohèmeleben und seiner anderen Leidenschaft, dem Alkohol. 1934 erschien seine erste Gedichtsammlung in London: 18 Poems. 1937 hatte er seine erste Rundfunkaufnahme bei der BBC. Im selben Jahr heiratete er die Tänzerin Caitlin MacNamara (* 8. Dezember 1913, † 1. August 1994), mit der er drei Kinder hatte. Er war ein überzeugter Kriegsgegner und entging dem Kriegsdienst, indem er volltrunken zur Musterung erschien und krankheitshalber freigestellt wurde. Als Dichter und Schriftsteller war Dylan Thomas sehr erfolgreich, wohingegen er unfähig war, mit Geld umzugehen. Während es seiner Familie ständig am Nötigsten fehlte, opferte er alles Geld seinem Alkoholismus. Mit Rebecca’s Daughters versuchte er, ein Drehbuch zu schreiben, das sich wie ein Roman lesen lässt. Von 1949 bis zu seinem Tod im Jahre 1953 lebte Thomas mit seiner Familie in einem notdürftig umgebauten, zweistöckigen Bootsschuppen an der Flussmündung des Tâf beim südwalisischen Fischerdorf Laugharne.[4] Laugharne war dabei Vorbild für den fiktiven Ort Llareggub aus dem in dieser Zeit entstandenen Stück Unter dem Milchwald. Um in Ruhe weiterhin Gedichte schreiben zu können, suchte er dafür den kleinen Erker auf der Burgmauer des verfallenen Laugharne Castle an der Küste auf. Thomas wurde von dem Literaten John Malcolm Brinnin zu Lesereisen in die USA eingeladen. Er stieg zuerst im Künstlerhotel Chelsea Hotel im New Yorker Greenwich Village ab, was er bei allen vier USA-Reisen tat. Auf seiner dritten Vortragsreise mit eigenen Gedichten durch die USA wurde er um ein Libretto für eine Oper von Igor Strawinsky gebeten, der einen Text von dem „besten lebenden Schriftsteller" haben wollte. Dazu sollte es nicht mehr kommen; Thomas starb an einer Lungenentzündung, die er wegen seiner Alkoholexzesse nie auskurieren konnte. Thomas wurde in Laugharne beigesetzt. . Aus: wikipedia-Dylan_Thomas Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 530 Literatur, Englische Literatur, Englische Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts, Literaturtheorie, Anglistik, Englische Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, Britain, Literaturgeschichte, Literaturwissenschaften Gelbes Leinen mit Kopffarbschnitt und Schutzumschlag. Seller Inventory # 58172

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Bloomsbury Book Auctions.

Published by Bloomsbury Book Auctions, London, auction catalogue for the sale held on 13th June 2002 (2002)

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About this Item: Bloomsbury Book Auctions, London, auction catalogue for the sale held on 13th June 2002, 2002. Printed wrappers, 4to, 56 pp, ills. 514 lots. Among the highlights noted were the following: Burgess's Time for a Tiger, signed, 1956; Dos Passos' Three Soldiers, 1921; Greene's The Name of Action, 1930; Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls, 1940; Larkin's The Fantasy Poets, 1954; Orwell's Animal Farm, 1945; Dylan Thomas's 18 Poems, 1934; De Bernieres' Tobycat Hember Moves to the Country, manuscript 2000; Nabokov's Lolita, 1955; Alington's Mr. Evans. A Cricketo-Detective Story, 1922; Brooke's 1914 and other poems, first US edition, 1915; a collection of books by or relating to Buchan (lots 158-204), including These for Remembrance, 1919 and Mr. Standfast, dust-jacket, 1919; Dexter's Last Bus to Woodstock, 1975; Graves' I, Claudius, 1934; Joyce's Ulysses, 1936; Lodge's The Picturegoers, 1960; O'Brian's The Far Side of the World, 1984; Rendell's Vanity Dies Hard, 1966; Stoker's Dracula, signed, 1897; Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, 1954, and Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray, 1891. List of prices realized and buyers loosely laid in. Near Fine. Seller Inventory # ABE-28805

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DYLAN THOMAS

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About this Item: Condition: New. Dylan Thomas expanded our sense of what the English language can do. He was the creator of one of the most distinctive and exciting of literary styles – sensuous, playful, rhythmically forceful yet subtly musical, and full of memorable lines. This is the definitive edition of his five published volumes of poems: 18 Poems, Twenty-Five Poems, The Map of Love, Deaths and EntrancesandIn Country Sleep. It is introduced by the poet himself with a seashore ‘Prologue’, in which the self-styled Noah of poetry builds his ark against ruin. Also included is his last, unfinished poem ‘Elegy’, and the opening of ‘In Country Heaven’ – an ambitious project conceived after the dropping of the atom bomb. Seller Inventory # 2753

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Sotheby & Co.

Published by Sotheby & Co., London, auction catalogue for the sale held on 17th-18th July, 1972 (1972)

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About this Item: Sotheby & Co., London, auction catalogue for the sale held on 17th-18th July, 1972, 1972. Printed wrappers, 8vo, 123 pp, 3 plates, facs. 579 lots. Among the highlights noted were the following: Auden's Poems 1928, Conan Doyle's The coming of the fairies, 1922, presentation copy and Hemingway's A farewell to arms, 1929, presentation copy; first editions and presentation copies of Aldington, Beardsley, Beckett, Beerbohm, Churchill, Norman Douglas, Eliot, Graves, Joyce, D.H. Lawrence, T.E. Lawrence, Wyndham Lewis, Henry Miller, Orwell, Pound, Priestly, Siegfried Sassoon, Gertrude Stein, Dylan Thomas, Edgar Wallace, Thomas Wolfe and Yeats; a painting by D.H. Lawrence and a portrait of James Joyce; important letters and manuscripts of William Morris, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Ruskin, Siegfried Sassoon and others, formerly the property of Sir Sydney Cockerell; a journal and commonplace book of Edgar Wallace; a collection of material relating to Ivor Novello; important hitherto unknown letters of Walt Whitman; letters and manuscripts of Aldington, Baden-Powell, Baldwin, Beerbohm, Arnold Bennett, Rupert Brooke, Browning, Sir Frances Burton, Roy Campbell, Chesterton, Churchill, Wilkie Collins, Conrad, Marie Corelli, De la Mare, Dickens, Conan Doyle, Allison Drummond, Durell, Eliot, Graves, Graham Greene, Hardy, Maurice Hewlett, Henry James, Kipling, T.E. Lawrence, Meredith, Henry Miller, Shaw, Stevenson, Swinburne, Dylan Thomas, Wilde, Wise and Yeats. Textblock detached from wrappers, otherwise Good. Seller Inventory # ABE-37178

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Williams, Oscar. (editor).

Published by Charles Scribner's Sons., New York. (1951)

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About this Item: Charles Scribner's Sons., New York., 1951. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. First Edition. 16mo - 16.5 x 10.5 cm.; xxii - 874 pp. Quarter bound: black cloth over boards with off-white cloth on spine and gilt lettering on red spine panels. The text block head edge is gilded as issued. Red book mark ribbon set into the head band. Six page introduction by Williams, the editor, in which he discusses, quite eloquently, his reasons behind his selections. The collection is divided into two sections: The Chief Poets from 1500 to 1900 and then the Chief Poets from 1900 to 1950. Twelve pages of black and white portraits of the poets along with an 18 page index of authors and titles at the back. Previous owner's name on the front free end paper and an ephemeral note from the same about a BOAC arrival time on the back free end paper. The interior is otherwise clean and the binding is tight. The externals show only minor shelf wear while the spine is sunned and darkened with some light scuffing. A clear and removable archival cover has been fitted. The slip case originally issued with this edition is not present. Seller Inventory # 26257

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Geraldine Monk

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About this Item: Aggie Weston's Editions, Belper, 2001. Soft Cover. Condition: Fine. First Edition. 8vo. Stapled wrappers. Unpaginated (18pp.). From the series coordinated by Stuart Mills. Monk's selections include Lord Byron, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Emily Dickinson, Dylan Thomas, Harold Munro, Gertrude Stein, John Donne, and Alan Halsey. Fine. Seller Inventory # 002860

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About this Item: Leipzig, Reclam . 1.Aufl., 1985. Paperback, 395 S. RUB 1077.; Dylan Marlais Thomas (* 1914 in Swansea/Wales, † 1953 in New York City), walisischer Dichter. Mit 11 Jahren veröffentlichte er einige Gedichte in der Schülerzeitung seines Gymnasiums, das er 1931 vorzeitig verließ, um sich zwei Jahre als Journalist bei einer Tageszeitung zu verdingen. Anschließend widmete er sich dem Londoner Bohemeleben und seiner großen Leidenschaft, dem Alkohol.1934 erschien in London seine erste Gedichtsammlung: "18 Poems". Er heiratete 1937 die Tänzerin Caitlin MacNamara, mit der er drei Kinder hatte. Als überzeugter Kriegsgegner entging er dem Kriegsdienst, indem er volltrunken zur Musterung erschien und krankheitshalber freigestellt wurde. Als Dichter und Schriftsteller sehr erfolgreich, war Dylan Thomas völlig unfähig, mit Geld umzugehen. Während es seiner Familie ständig am Nötigsten fehlte, opfert er alles Geld seinem Alkoholismus. Auf seiner dritten Vortragsreise mit eigenen Gedichten durch die USA plante er 1953 ein Libretto für eine Oper von Igor Strawinsky, der einen Text von dem "besten lebenden Schriftsteller" haben wollte. Dazu sollte es nicht mehr kommen; Thomas starb an einer Lungenentzündung, die er wegen seiner Alkoholexzesse nie auskurieren konnte. Strawinsky komponierte im folgenden Jahr sein Stück "In memoriam Dylan Thomas". Seller Inventory # 00469

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Published by The New English Weekly (1934)

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About this Item: The New English Weekly, 1934. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. Print on demand photocopies of SINGLE issues of The New English Weekly within the following dates: April 19, 1934-October 11, 1934 (Vol. V, Nos. 1-26); April 18, 1935-October 10, 1935 (Vol. VII, Nos. 1-22); October 17, 1935-April 9, 1936 (Vol. VIII, Nos. 1-26); April 16, 1936-October 8, 1936 (Vol. IX, Nos. 1-26); October 15, 1936-April 8, 1937 (Vol. X, Nos. 1-26); October 14, 1937-April 7, 1938 (Vol. XII, Nos. 1-26); April 21, 1938-October 6, 1938 (Vol. XIII, Nos. 1-26). Issues of this weekly literary publication during these periods include numerous articles and letters written by T. S. Eliot and Ezra Pound, along with articles, reviews, letters, or poems by George Orwell, Dylan Thomas, Henry Miller, Lawrence Durrell, Marianne Moore, Pamela Travers, and others. Buyer MUST SPECIFY the exact issue desired, either by date or by volume and number. Serious inquiries only. No returns or refunds on these items. Of particular interest to T. S. Eliot scholars is Vol. VIII, No. 1 (Thursday, October 17, 1935), that contains the first appearance of "Rannoch, By Glencoe." The same issue includes the poem, "Smooth Gnarled Crepe Myrtle!" by Marianne Moore. Contact the dealer directly for more information on these items. Seller Inventory # 12533

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Dylan Thomas

Published by Hachette Australia (2000)

ISBN 10: 0753810662 ISBN 13: 9780753810668

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About this Item: Hachette Australia, 2000. Paperback. Condition: New. 2. The definitive edition of Dylan Thomas's five published volumes of poems: 18 POEMS, TWENTY-FIVE POEMS, THE MAP OF LOVE, DEATHS AND ENTRANCES and IN COUNTRY SLEEP.Dylan Thomas wrote passionately about life in all its moods and moments: from the first thrilling moments of childbirth to the darker moments of death and loss.COLLECTED POEMS is introduced by the poet himself with a passionate seashore 'Prologue', in which the self-styled Noah of poetry builds his ark against ruin. This edition includes his last, unfinished poem 'Elegy' and the opening of 'In Country Heaven' - an ambitious project conceived after the dropping of the atom bomb. Paperback. Seller Inventory # MM-47047736

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Dylan Thomas

Published by London Phoenix Orion Jan 2005 (2005)

ISBN 10: 0753810662 ISBN 13: 9780753810668

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About this Item: London Phoenix Orion Jan 2005, 2005. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - The definitive edition of Dylan Thomas's five published volumes of poems: 18 POEMS, TWENTY-FIVE POEMS, THE MAP OF LOVE, DEATHS AND ENTRANCES and IN COUNTRY SLEEP. Dylan Thomas wrote passionately about life in all its moods and moments: from the first thrilling moments of childbirth to the darker moments of death and loss. COLLECTED POEMS is introduced by the poet himself with a passionate seashore 'Prologue', in which the self-styled Noah of poetry builds his ark against ruin. This edition includes his last, unfinished poem 'Elegy', and the opening of 'In Country Heaven' - an ambitious project conceived after the dropping of the atom bomb. 288 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9780753810668

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Dylan Thomas

Published by London Phoenix Orion Jan 2005 (2005)

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About this Item: London Phoenix Orion Jan 2005, 2005. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - The definitive edition of Dylan Thomas's five published volumes of poems: 18 POEMS, TWENTY-FIVE POEMS, THE MAP OF LOVE, DEATHS AND ENTRANCES and IN COUNTRY SLEEP. Dylan Thomas wrote passionately about life in all its moods and moments: from the first thrilling moments of childbirth to the darker moments of death and loss. COLLECTED POEMS is introduced by the poet himself with a passionate seashore 'Prologue', in which the self-styled Noah of poetry builds his ark against ruin. This edition includes his last, unfinished poem 'Elegy', and the opening of 'In Country Heaven' - an ambitious project conceived after the dropping of the atom bomb. 288 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9780753810668

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Allen Ginsberg

Published by Editorial Periférica, Spain (2013)

ISBN 10: 8493948977 ISBN 13: 9788493948979

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About this Item: Editorial Periférica, Spain, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: Spanish . Brand New Book. Collected here are journal entries culled from 18 notebooks that Allen Ginsberg kept during the 1950s and early 1960s, when he and his fellow Beat poets led an insurrection that profoundly altered the American literary and cultural landscapes. The diary notes, dreams, poems, reflections, and thoughts included in this book intimately illuminate Ginsberg s travels and his mental journeys. They reveal conversations with William Carlos Williams, drug experiences, a chance meeting with Dylan Thomas, stays in Mexico and the cities of San Francisco and New York, first impressions of Naked Lunch, bits and pieces of several of his poems, political rants, and times spent withother Beats. Coleccionadas aqui se encuentran entradas sacadas de 18 cuadernos que Allen Ginsberg mantuvo durante los 50 y los primeros anos de los 60, cuando el y sus companeros poetas Beat llevaron a cabo una insurreccion que altero profundamente el paisaje literario y cultural americano. Las notas de diario, suenos, poemas, reflexiones y pensamientos incluidos en este libro iluminan intimamente los viajes fisicos y mentales de Ginsberg. Revelan conversaciones con William Carlos Williams, experiencias bajo la influencia de drogas, un encuentro al azar con Dylan Thomas, estadias en Mexico y en las ciudades de San Francisco y Nueva York, primeras impresiones de El almuerzo desnudo, trozos de varios poemas suyos, quejas politicas y tiempo pasado con otros Beats. Seller Inventory # AZT9788493948979

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Thomas, Dylan und Quadflieg, Roswitha (Illustr.):

Published by Offizin Bertelsmann Club , Gütersloh, (1989)

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About this Item: Offizin Bertelsmann Club , Gütersloh, 1989. leinen. 4°. Illustr. OLn. 57 S. m zahlr. Abb. guter Zustand aus dem Nachlaß Gerhard Löwenthal Dylan Thomas war das zweite Kind des Gymnasiallehrers David John Thomas und dessen Frau Florence Williams. Bereits im Alter von vier Jahren lernte er Gedichte von Shakespeare auswendig und mit acht Jahren schrieb er selbst seine ersten Gedichte.[1] Mit elf Jahren veröffentlichte er einige Gedichte in der Schülerzeitung seines Gymnasiums, das er 1931 vorzeitig verließ, um sich zwei Jahre als Journalist bei der Tageszeitung South Wales Daily Post in Swansea zu verdingen. Anschließend widmete er sich dem Londoner Bohèmeleben und seiner anderen Leidenschaft, dem Alkohol. 1934 erschien seine erste Gedichtsammlung in London: 18 Poems. 1937 hatte er seine erste Rundfunkaufnahme bei der BBC. Im selben Jahr heiratete er die Tänzerin Caitlin MacNamara (* 8. Dezember 1913, † 1. August 1994), mit der er drei Kinder hatte. Er war ein überzeugter Kriegsgegner und entging dem Kriegsdienst, indem er volltrunken zur Musterung erschien und krankheitshalber freigestellt wurde. Als Dichter und Schriftsteller war Dylan Thomas sehr erfolgreich, wohingegen er unfähig war, mit Geld umzugehen. Während es seiner Familie ständig am Nötigsten fehlte, opferte er alles Geld seinem Alkoholismus. Mit Rebecca's Daughters versuchte er, ein Drehbuch zu schreiben, das sich wie ein Roman lesen lässt. Von 1949 bis zu seinem Tod im Jahre 1953 lebte Thomas mit seiner Familie in einem notdürftig umgebauten, zweistöckigen Bootsschuppen in der südwalisischen Kleinstadt Laugharne. Laugharne war dabei Vorbild für den fiktiven Ort Llareggub aus dem in dieser Zeit entstandenen Stück Unter dem Milchwald. Um in Ruhe weiterhin Gedichte schreiben zu können, suchte er dafür den kleinen Erker auf der Burgmauer des verfallenen Laugharne Castle an der Küste auf. Dylan wurde von dem Literaturprofessor John Malcolm Brinnin zu einer Vortragsreise in die USA eingeladen. Er stieg zuerst im Künstlerhotel Chelsea Hotel im New Yorker Greenwich Village ab, was er be. Weitere Informationen zu unserem Charity-Projekt finden Sie unter www phoenix-antiquariat de Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 800. Seller Inventory # 36684

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Thomas, Dylan

Published by Leipzig, Insel . Erste Aufl. (1.-15.Tsd). (1983)

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About this Item: Leipzig, Insel . Erste Aufl. (1.-15.Tsd)., 1983. Farb.illustr.Pappbd.m.mont.Deckel -und Rü.-schild, 8°, 183 S., M.10 Illustr.v. JohannesK.G.Niedlich. INSEL-BÜCHEREI [D] 1058.; OT.: PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIS AS A YOUNG DOG.; Dylan Marlais Thomas (* 1914 in Swansea/Wales, † 1953 in New York City), walisischer Dichter. Mit 11 Jahren veröffentlichte er einige Gedichte in der Schülerzeitung seines Gymnasiums, das er 1931 vorzeitig verließ, um sich zwei Jahre als Journalist bei einer Tageszeitung zu verdingen. Anschließend widmete er sich dem Londoner Bohemeleben und seiner großen Leidenschaft, dem Alkohol.1934 erschien in London seine erste Gedichtsammlung: "18 Poems". Er heiratete 1937 die Tänzerin Caitlin MacNamara, mit der er drei Kinder hatte. Als überzeugter Kriegsgegner entging er dem Kriegsdienst, indem er volltrunken zur Musterung erschien und krankheitshalber freigestellt wurde. Als Dichter und Schriftsteller sehr erfolgreich, war Dylan Thomas völlig unfähig, mit Geld umzugehen. Während es seiner Familie ständig am Nötigsten fehlte, opfert er alles Geld seinem Alkoholismus. Auf seiner dritten Vortragsreise mit eigenen Gedichten durch die USA plante er 1953 ein Libretto für eine Oper von Igor Strawinsky, der einen Text von dem "besten lebenden Schriftsteller" haben wollte. Dazu sollte es nicht mehr kommen; Thomas starb an einer Lungenentzündung, die er wegen seiner Alkoholexzesse nie auskurieren konnte. Strawinsky komponierte im folgenden Jahr sein Stück "In memoriam Dylan Thomas".; SEHR GUTER ZUSTAND. Seller Inventory # 14632

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Cookson, William (editor); Clark, Thomas A. et al.

Published by Agenda, London (1986)

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About this Item: Agenda, London, 1986. Card Wrappers. Condition: Fine. Laurie Clark (cover & card) (illustrator). First Edition... 96pp. Contains Clark's After Cavalcanti sequence (4pp.) also laid in is an 18 line als from Thomas A. Clark on Laurie Clark photo card Moschatel Press 1983. Other contributions include new 18 poems by Kathleen Raine as well as articles on Dylan Thomas' Letters, Wendy Cope, Douglas Dunn & A E Housman. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # AB119544

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Neuburg, Victor (an Association Copy)

Published by Polytechnic of North London., London. (1983)

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About this Item: Polytechnic of North London., London., 1983. Condition: As New. First Edition.. A memoir of Victor Benjamin Neuburg (6 May 1883 - 30 May 1940), but by his son Victor Edward Neuburg (1924-1996), former staff member at The Polytechnic of North London. This copy is mint in cream soft cover wrap, Fourteen pages. Signed by Author. Top cover decorated with Neuburg portrait in red and brown. [Victor Benjamin Neuburg was an English poet and writer. He also wrote on the subjects of theosophy and occultism. He was an associate of Aleister Crowley and the publisher of the early works of Pamela Hansford Johnson and Dylan Thomas. From 1916 to 1919 Neuburg served in the army in World War I, and then lived in Steyning, Sussex, where he ran a small and much respected press, The Vine Press. In 1933 Neuburg edited a section called The Poet's Corner in the British newspaper The Sunday Referee. This encouraged new talent by awarding weekly prizes. A group of talented young writers and poets grew up around Neuburg. He gave an award to a then-unknown poet named Dylan Thomas. As a result of Neuburg's enthusiasm, the publisher of the Sunday Referee sponsored the first book of poems by Dylan Thomas, titled "18 Poems". The first publication is now a prized collector's item]. Thank You. P.S. Unsigned copy also available at £18.00. Signed by Author. Seller Inventory # 003026

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Thomas, Dylan

Published by Pheonix, London, United Kingdom (2000)

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About this Item: Pheonix, London, United Kingdom, 2000. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. Reprint. 268 pages. This book is in very good or better condition. It has no tears to the pages and no pages are missing from the book. The spine of the book is in strong condition. The front cover has some very minor bumps and marks indicating previous use but overall is in really nice, tight condition. Items are in stock and will be shipped same day or next business day directly from our Australian address. SYNOPSIS: The definitive edition of Dylan Thomas's five published volumes of poems: 18 POEMS, TWENTY-FIVE POEMS, THE MAP OF LOVE, DEATHS AND ENTRANCES and IN COUNTRY SLEEP. Dylan Thomas wrote passionately about life in all its moods and moments: from the first thrilling moments of childbirth to the darker moments of death and loss. COLLECTED POEMS is introduced by the poet himself with a passionate seashore 'Prologue', in which the self-styled Noah of poetry builds his ark against ruin. This edition includes his last, unfinished poem 'Elegy', and the opening of 'In Country Heaven' - an ambitious project conceived after the dropping of the atom bomb. Quantity Available: 1. Category: "English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh", General; ISBN: . ISBN/EAN: 9780753810668. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 0002768. Seller Inventory # 0002768

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