Under Milk Wood

Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood tells of the small dreams and grand desires of the living and the dead of Llaregyb.
Starting on a ‘Moonless night in the small town, starless and bible-black’ , we peep into the houses of sleepers.

‘You can hear the dew falling, and the hushed town breathing. Only your eyes are unclosed to see the black and folded town fast. And slow. Asleep’

Blind Captain Cat dreams of the drowned comrades of his youth and of his long dead love Rosie Probert. Myfanwy Price dreams that Mog Edwards will warm her sheets like an electric toaster. Dai bread the baker , with one wife for the day and one for the night. dreams of harems. Polly Garter dreams of babies and Rev.Eli Jenkins dreams of a peaceful community…

Under Milk Wood is a sensitive, funny, occasionally disturbing, Story of one day in the life of the babbling town. Dylan Thomas paints affectionate portraits of the seaside people he knew and observed so well.

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