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    The grave marker of Dylan Thomas at St. Martin’s Church in Laugharne, Wales. Thomas died on Nov. 5, 1953, at the age of 39 while on a lecture tour in the United States.

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    The Dylan Thomas statue in Swansea Marina, Wales June 13, 2014. This year's centenary of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas's birth has sparked a creative explosion and for some is also a chance to reassess a writer whose bohemian reputation as a drunk and a womanizer has sometimes eclipsed his work. The Dylan Thomas 100 festival includes events across Wales - some of them in the estuary-side village of Laugharne where he and his wife Caitlin lived for 15 years - as well as in London and New York, where the poet died in 1953, aged just 39. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY) - RTR3U8EZ

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    The Browns Hotel in Laugharne, a favorite haunt of Thomas, features a portrait of the poet on its sign.

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    The shed in Laugharne, Wales, where Thomas worked.

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    Staff illustration by Michael Fisher

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