- In 1951, two years before his death at the age of 39, Dylan Thomas wrote of his plan to complete a radio play, 'an impression for voices, an entertainment out of the darkness, of the town I live in, and to write it simply and warmly and comically with lots of movement and varieties of moods, so that, at many levels...you come to know the town as an inhabitant of it.'
- That work was Under Milk Wood. Thomas's flawed villagers reveal a world of delight, gossip and regret.
- This edition includes explanatory notes and a critical introduction.
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