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Edgar Allen Poe compared to Dylan Thomas
Two of the greatest poets of all time have been Edgar Allen Poe and Dylan Thomas; however, two poets can have opposite writing styles. Most of Poe's poems are all focused on the depression of death. Dylan Thomas's "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night," was written during the period of his father's battle with death. Thomas and Poe's views toward death are completely different.
Thomas states, "Do not go gentle into that good night." In this line night symbolizes death. Thomas is trying to say that he wants his father to fight against his death. In Poe's "Lenore," he only mentions the…
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