Quotation by Dylan Thomas

Less than five hundred souls inhabit the three quaint streets and the few narrow by-lanes and scattered farmsteads that constitute this small, decaying watering-place which may, indeed, be called a "backwater of life" without disrespect to its natives who possess, to this day, a salty individuality of their own.
Dylan Thomas (1914–1953), Welsh poet, writer. the Voice of a Guide-Book, in Under Milkwood: A Play for Voices, p. 23, J.M. Dent and Sons Ltd. (1962).
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