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"Fern Hill" is told from the viewpoint of a nostalgic unnamed speaker.
"Fern Hill" is told in the past tense as the speaker recalls the freedom and carefree days of his youth.
The poem "Fern Hill" is based on a place the speaker visited as a boy. This poem is an homage to his aunt's country house at Fern Hill where he spent many joyful days when he was younger. "Fern Hill" is a good example of Dylan Thomas's lyric poems.
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