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Poetic Language in Under Milk Wood
Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood is a radio play in which all the verbal devices, contrivances, inventions, and tricks he experimented with in his poetry are successfully integrated in a masterful dramatic work. Particularly attractive is the vivid and poetic description of the ways people in a small Welsh town talk, behave, and think. Thomas was concerned with poetic language during his life, and especially with refurbishing the stereotypical words and phrases that are often taken for granted. He therefore devised a number of methods of retrieving the original and fresh meanings of words: paradox, allusion, paranomasia, catachresis, slang, etc. In addition, he sometimes twists, reshapes, and combines words and phrases to deliver the 'immediacy' of things, or 'thingness'. Finally, he also uses a variety of symbolic devices: assonantal rhyme, sprung rhythm, consonance, and alliteration. These techniques are all found in Under Milk Wood and contribute greatly to the overall poetic effect.
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