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Dylan Thomas; a collection of critical essays, Odegaard Stacks PR6039.H52 Z615 AVAILABLE Suzzallo/Allen Stacks PR6039.H52 Z615 AVAILABLE The Myth of the Fixed-Form Villanelle. (probably not) http://go.galegroup.com/ps/retrieve.do? Sircy, Jonathan. "Bishop's One Art." The Explicator. 63.4 (Summer 2005): p241. Literature Resources from Gale. Gale. UNIV OF WASHINGTON. 21 Apr. 2008 <http://go.galegroup.com/ps/start.do?p=LitRG&u=wash_main>. The author writes that One Art begins with the intent to show that all losses are equal, and that none of them are disastrous. Bishop makes several arguments toward this goal, but is nevertheless
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Unformatted text preview: drawn into using more and more personal examples of loss. In the end, rather than hardening her to it, the repetition of losses makes her grief worse. Schwarz, Daniel R. &quot;Dylan Thomas: Overview.&quot; Reference Guide to English Literature. Ed. D. L. Kirkpatrick. 2nd ed. Chicago: St. James Press, 1991. Literature Resources from Gale. Gale. UNIV OF WASHINGTON. 21 Apr. 2008 &lt;http://go.galegroup.com/ps/start.do? p=LitRG&amp;u=wash_main&gt;. The author describes Thomas as a neo-romantic whose poetry was informed by his personal passions as well as by events in the world such as World War II. He saw God in the interplay of constructive and destructive forces, and sought to express that in his poems.His most famous works deal with the inevitability of death, and with coming to terms with it....
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