DYLAN


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DYLANDynamic Object Oriented Language
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A variety of activities have been organised across Swansea for Dylan Day, including a poetry workshop for young people and a fascinating look at how Dylan's work has been successfully translated into other languages.
Harrison asks students to listen to Dylan's songs and discuss their possible meanings, and how Dylan uses literary techniques in his lyrics.
Dylan has had several bizarre pseudonyms over the years, including Blind Boy Grunt, Bob Landy and Tedham Porterhouse.
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Fellow fans who took Dylan to their hearts will honour the teenager with a minute's applause during the 13th minute of the final against Hibernian on May 21.
The Simply Dylan journey started back in 2011 at the Cavern Club Liverpool, which was intended to be a one off gig celebrating Bob's 70th Birthday.
First, 138 tracks is a lot of Dylan to listen too - to be precise, six hours and thirty-five minutes of Dylan.
Literature Wales chief executive Lleucu Siencyn said: "Dylan Thomas fans across the UK and beyond have been calling for a special day to celebrate the great poet and it seemed fitting we should build on this year's extraordinary achievements in Wales and abroad to celebrate Dylan Thomas by formally creating such a day.
While the memory of Dylan has been celebrated the world over this year thanks to the centenary of his birth in Cwmdonkin Drive in 1914, there was a time when Thomas was not quite as widely cherished in his Swansea home as he is now.
The book was launched at Sully Primary School, in the Vale of Glamorgan, at one of the Developing Dylan 100 workshops being offered to schools across Wales as part of the Dylan Thomas centenary celebrations.
Dylan woke up early the next morning and got ready quickly.