THE LIFE AND WORK OF DYLAN THOMAS
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Bibliography

Eighteen Poems (1934)

Twenty-Five Poems (1936)

The Map of Love (1939)

The World I Breath (1939)

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog (1940)

New Poems (1943)

Deaths and Entrances (1946)

Selected Writings (1946)

Twenty-Six Poems (1950)

In Country Sleep (1952)

Collected Poems, 1934-1952 (1952)

The Doctor and the Devils (1953)

Quite Early One Morning (1954)

Under Milk Wood (1954)

A Prospect of the Sea (1955)

Adventures in the Skin Trade, and Other Stories (1955)

A Child's Christmas in Wales (1955)

Letters to Vernon Watkins (1957)

Miscellany One - Poems, Stories, Broadcasts (1963)

The Colour Of Saying (1963)

Selected Letters (1963)

The Beach of Fales‡ (1964)

Miscellany Two (1966)

Collected Prose (1969)

Dylan Thomas: Early Prose Writings (1971)

Dylan Thomas: The Poems (1971)

Miscellany Three - Poems, Stories (1978)

The Collected Stories (1983)

The Collected Letters (1985)



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Acknowledgements: Constantine FitzGibbon, The Life Of Dylan Thomas © 1965; Annis Pratt, Dylan Thomas' Early Prose: A Study In Creative Mythology © 1970; Andrew Sinclair, Dylan Thomas © 1975; Paul Ferris, Dylan Thomas - A Biography © 1977; John Ackerman, Welsh Dylan © 1979; Susan Richardson, The Legacy Of Dylan Thomas In Wales © 2000; Joan Gooding, Britain's Last Romantic Poet: Dylan Thomas © 2000.