Dylan Thomas's Swansea, Gower and Laugharne
This work describes the relationship between Thomas's life and work and the places that were most important to him. The arrival in Swansea of Thomas's father is dealt with and the places in which he grew up are highlighted.
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'This is the most pleasing of books: a small slender volume that generously cover its subject ... This Guide, impeccably researched and comprehensively indexed, meets every need of the literary tourist and offers much to Thomas specialists besides ... richly informative in terms of biography, topography and literary history, James Davies's enjoyable Guide should give long, and valuable service.' (Planet) '...a unique portrait of the artist and the places that shaped him.' Western Telegraph '...required reading for those visitors who flock to Swansea on the Dylan Thomas trail.' The Western Mail