Additional Resources for The Force That Through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower by Dylan Thomas

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Ackerman, John, Dylan Thomas: His Life and Work, New

York: Oxford University Press, 1964.

The book discusses Welsh and Anglo-Welsh literature along with Thomas's role in both traditions.

Davies, Aneirin Talfan, Dylan: Druid of the Broken Body,

Swansea: Christopher Davies, 1977.

Davies analyzes Thomas's poetic craftsmanship as well as discussing major influences on his poetry.

Dodd, A. H., A Short History of Wales, London: B. T. Bats-ford Ltd., 1981.

This concise history explains the development of Welsh culture and national pride throughout the centuries.

Kershner, R. B., Dylan Thomas: The Poet and His Critics.

Chicago: American Library Association, 1976.

Kershner focuses on the critical response to the major issues dealing with Thomas's life and poetry. The extensive list of references following each chapter provides a helpful resource for students.

Maud, Ralph, Entrances to Dylan Thomas' Poetry. Pittsburgh: University ofPittsburgh Press, 1963.

In this excellent introductory source which analyzes each poem, Maud evaluates...

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