Analysis Of Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night

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Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night by Dylan Thomas is a poem centered around death. The point Thomas is trying to prove is that death shouldn’t come easy, but instead should be fought off until the last second possible. Dylan Thomas uses word choice and style to emphasize the importance of living and connects everything back to a personal level by relating everything to his father. Thomas’ word choice distinguishes his emotions about his father’s death and helps the audience feel exactly as he did while writing. Using words like “rage” and “fierce tears” help the reader understand that Thomas is upset and wishes he could change something in the past. Throughout the poem, Thomas describes different types of men, illustrating how each of
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