Under Milk Wood


Dylan Thomas

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Milk Wood/Llareggub Hill

Milk Wood and Llareggub Hill, symbolize the freedom of nature. Many of Llareggub’s lovers flock to Milk Wood to engage in their trysts—particularly ones that are less acceptable within their society. While the play doesn’t…

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Water symbolizes nostalgia and the freedom of nature. In the beginning of Under Milk Wood, First Voice invites the audience to “hear and see” the “big seas of [the townspeople’s] dreams.” Because the townspeople’s…

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