Dylan Thomas Characters : Uncle Thomas Aunt Sarah Mr. Benjamin Franklyn Will Sentry O' Jones Mr. Weazley (There are 30 Characters excluding Mrs. Sarah and a Narrator) (Travelling to: Porthcawl) This story told by a boy presents the adult world as understood by a young boy. The story is the story of his uncle – Uncle Thomas – who means to go outing to Porthcawl , but never made it there. In the first part of the story, the boy describes his uncle and aunt using metaphors and similes. The uncle was big and noisy whereas his wife was small and quiet who used to move on padded paws. The boy compares his uncle with a buffalo and a dismantle ship. He compared his aunt with her cat because of her quick and quiet movement and with a mouse because of her nibbling habit and tiny tone. Every Saturday night after heated arguments, the aunt used to hit the uncle on the head after the uncle lifted her on to a chair. The boy also describes uncle’s few friends in the sto
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