Dylan Thomas: Swansea to New York

“ Dylan Thomas liked small towns by the sea, especially small Welsh towns by the sea…”

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So what of Caitlin and Dylan? A couple surrounded by myth, living the bohemian life? Michael Holroyd, the biographer of Augustus John, has written:

“It was John who introduced Caitlin to Dylan Thomas…[in]…The Wheatsheaf: ‘Come and meet someone rather amusing.’ Caitlin, ‘quite mute’, nervously…

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