A twentieth-century Anglo-Welsh poet known for his lyrical, highly personal, often experimental verse and for his turbulent life and death. His works include Collected Poems, A Child's Christmas in Wales, and the radio play Under Milk Wood.
One of his most famous poems begins “Do not go gentle into that good night.”
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