!!> BOOKS ✵ Under Milk Wood: A Play for Voices ✫ Author Dylan Thomas – Submitalink.info

!!> BOOKS ✵ Under Milk Wood: A Play for Voices ✫ Author Dylan Thomas – Submitalink.info Commissioned By The BBC, And Described By Dylan Thomas As A Play For Voices , UNDER MILK WOOD Takes The Form Of An Emotive And Hilarious Account Of A Spring Day In The Fictional Welsh Seaside Village Of Llareggub We Learn Of The Inhabitants Dreams And Desires, Their Loves And Regrets The Play Introduces Us To Characters Such As Captain Cat Who Dreams Of His Drowned Former Seafellows And Nogood Boyo Who Dreams Of Nothing At All It Is A Unique And Touching Depiction Of A Village That Has Fallen Head Over Bells In Love The First Voice Narration Reveals The Ordinary World Of Daily Happenings And Events, While The Second Voice Conveys The Intimate, Innermost Thoughts Of The Fascinating Folk Of Llareggub There Have Been Myriad Productions Of UNDER MILK WOOD Over The Years And Richard Burton, Peter O Toole, Elizabeth Taylor, Sir Anthony Hopkins And Tom Jones Have All Starred In Radio, Stage Or Film Adaptations.

10 thoughts on “Under Milk Wood: A Play for Voices

  1. s.penkevich s.penkevich says:

    We are not wholly bad or good, who live our lives under Milk Wood.The voices of Dylan Thomas Under Milk Wood rise and fall, crashing into each other like waves under a milky moon, their sweet prose an

  2. Better Eggs Better Eggs says:

    Rewritten July 30th, 2011, read way back when and reread 2011Some works of literature just beg to be read out loud This is the House that Jack Built and Hiawatha are two that most people are familiar with Under Milk W

  3. Kevin Ansbro Kevin Ansbro says:

    I don t know Llarregub about many things, but I do know that Thomas s sloe black, crow black, boat bobbing, poetic creation was one of the most enjoyable books I read in school.If you haven t yet acquainted yourself with his ri

  4. Trevor Trevor says:

    I can honestly say that the world would be a lesser place if I had never read this play It is not just that it is laugh out loud funny or that it is sad enough to make me weep Captain Cat being forgotten by Rosie near the end is almost too pai

  5. Chris_P Chris_P says:

    Thomas s voices are like a tide that s rising and falling in spite of the reader s convenience at the time of the reading Like a choir of ghosts ignorant of their unsubstantial nature I swear they gave me the chills a number of times while I was readin

  6. Darwin8u Darwin8u says:

    This town s as full as a lovebird s egg Dylan Thomas, Under Milk WoodThis book has languished on my shelf.Ignored.Left alone I bought this book years ago It was a deal It was a steal It was 2 at Goodwill I recognized Dylan Thomas and knew it was a Fol

  7. Shovelmonkey1 Shovelmonkey1 says:

    I like Dylan Thomas for two reasons1 I grew up in Wales 2 I read his book Under Milk Wood when I was in school.Wales is a strange place to grow up For a start you re told as a child that it s full of castles and dragons and daffodils and that there is evil over the bord

  8. Mimi Mimi says:

    Not a play or a poem, exactly This was written to be performed as a BBC radio drama, and it s about life in a sleepy town in Wales We follow a few characters as they go from dream to wakefulness and then move through the rest of their day We get to hear their thoughts and reflec

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  10. Warwick Warwick says:

    A smorgasbord of language I am still blown away every time I read that first measured sentence, about the woodland limping invisible down to the sloeblack, slow, black, crowblack, fishingboat bobbing sea.If you only knew Dylan Thomas from his short poems as I did before I read this then prepare f

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