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Caitlin Thomas
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    (December 8, 1913-July 31, 1994)
    Born in London, United Kingdom
    Birth name was Caitlin Macnamara
    Married poet Dylan Thomas (1937-53)
    Wrote 'Leftover Life to Kill' (1957), 'Not Quite Posthumous Letters to My Daughter' (1963) and 'Caitlin: Life with Dylan Thomas' (1986)
    She said, 'Ours was not a love story proper; it was more of a drink story.'
    She said of her and Dylan's kids, 'Only a miracle saved them from being someone else's.'
    On arriving in New York to see Dylan on his deathbed, she shouted, 'Is the bloody man dead yet?'
    When she found another woman tending to her comatose husband, she flew into a rage, biting an attendant and fighting with bystanders until she was subdued.
    When she was 49, she had a son out of wedlock with Italian director Giuseppe Fazio.
    She gave the child the last name Thomas and tried to get him a share of the Dylan Thomas estate.
    She bathed naked in the River Taf.
    With considerable justification, she claimed Dylan's motives for his poetry reading trips to America were 'flattery, idleness and infidelity.'
    She joined Alcoholics Anonymous (1973).
    Despite their stormy relationship, her posthumously published journals revealed her continuing passion for Dylan.

Credit: C. Fishel


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