Dylan Thomas

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Dylan Marlais Thomas (27 October 1914 – 9 November 1953) wæs Brittisc scop and writere þæs weorces belimpaþ manig mǣre gid: he wrāt se 'stemmapleg' be naman 'Under Meolcwude' and swylc gid "Gān ne bleaþe in þā gōde nihte" (Do not go gentle into that good night) and "And dēaþ ne sceall habban ne rīce" (And death shall have no dominion) and manig spellas wrāt he for lēafe and for stemme, tobysene 'Cildes Cristmæsse on Wēalum' (A Child's Christmas in Wales) and 'Gelicnes þæs Cræftan swa Geong Hund'.

In Swegnesīege se is on Glamorgane wæs Dylan Thomas geboren in 1914 and hū self gecneaw, þe he wæs Wēalh, is strang in his fitte.

Dylan Thomas weard gelufod of mannum in his dagum for his cræfte. Noþȳlǣs, oððæt ðe his scopcræft wæs fæger, yfel wæs his līf. Æt his dēaþ in Nīweoferwicceastre bār 39 winter, and menn ceann him þe he wæs oferdrincere and libbede in gæglbǣrnesse.[1]

Dylan Thomas wrāt in þæm Nīwengliscan gereorde. Man secg þe he wæs onmang Wēalacynnes hēastum scopum þæs 20. gearhundes for his searwe plege mid wordum and wordbiliþum.

His bānas licgað æt Laugharne in Carmarðenscīre, se wæs his hām.

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  1. (2008) The Welsh Academy Encyclopaedia of Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 861–862. ISBN 978-0-7083-1953-6.