DYLAN THOMAS’ DO NOT GO GENTLE INTO THAT GOODNIGHT: POEM ANALYSIS

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Nathaniel G. Gido, EdD, PhDc
Mrs. Sulpicia Ango Villaceran
Mrs. Debra Mansueto
Jessel Joy Dilao

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This article undertakes a poetic analysis of "Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night" by Dylan Thomas. In a nutshell, the poem is about a father advising his son on death. It talks about Thomas' life story and the poetry to help the reader grasp both. In "Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night," a poem by Dylan Thomas, themes of defiance, aging, and death are explored. His choice of language, imagery, and grammar reflects themes of defiance and revolt while also conveying strength and resolve in the face of challenges. It may therefore be the work of modern art with the greatest level of recognition. With the exception of the last stanza, each stanza's first and third lines are repeated as the final lines of the subsequent stanzas. This poem follows a formal format. This essay analyses the stylistically erroneous use of tenderness. Readers will be able to comprehend and appreciate this poem and poetry in general because the basic elements of poetry are discussed.

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Nathaniel G. Gido, EdD, PhDc, Mrs. Sulpicia Ango Villaceran, Mrs. Debra Mansueto, & Jessel Joy Dilao. (2022). DYLAN THOMAS’ DO NOT GO GENTLE INTO THAT GOODNIGHT: POEM ANALYSIS. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 10(7), 152–155. Retrieved from https://internationaljournals.co.in/index.php/giirj/article/view/2389
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