LESBIAN love scenes, three-in-a-bed romps and secret affairs - the legend of Dylan Thomas is about to get a warts-and-all Hollywood makeover. [...]It features a fabled attack on the poet's home by Killick, involving a machine gun and the detonation of a hand grenade, which took place when Killick returned from abroad, only to hear neighbourhood gossip about his wife's behaviour. [...]"At Christmas, we all ate together. My father's aversion to the noise of children, whereby he ate separately, was forgotten today. [...]
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