Subjugating the Beast and the Angel: Suggestions of Dante's Inferno in "Altarwise by owl-light"

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Wourm, Nathalie;
  • Publisher: Swansea Review
  • Subject: CAL

‘Altarwise by owl-light’ is one of Thomas’s most intransigent poems, an intricately woven text of images and symbols. It has generated, over the years, a great variety of interpretations ranging from the astrological, to the Freudian to the Surrealistic . The reading of... View more
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    - The Collected Letters of Dylan Thomas. Ed. Paul Ferris. London: Dent, 1985.

    Tindall, W.Y. A Reader's Guide to Dylan Thomas. New York: Octagon, 1981.

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