Dylan Thomas Under Milk Wood Analysis

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The idea of tragedy is a mainstay among the arts and specifically poetry. While poems and other works of art often imitate the sense of tragedy that their characters feel, often these simulations of emotion are strengthened by real life events. Authors and artists often willingly or subconsciously allow their life's events affect and shape their work, and this includes the poet Dylan Thomas. Afflicted by family loss and alcoholism, Thomas is a figure of tragedy who's life clearly influenced his works and who's life was cut short at the age of thirty nine. Known for His most famous poem, "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night," and his play “Under Milk wood” the Welsh artist would add much to the profession and leave his mark even as some