John Ford

Standard Name: Ford, John,, 1586 - after 1639


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Intertextuality and Influence Mary Shelley
This novel has an epigraph from John Ford 's The Lover's Melancholy, 1629, about the storms and turmoil of human life.
Shelley, Mary. Lodore. Editor Vargo, Lisa, Broadview.
Epigraphs to individual chapters range widely, beginning with the medieval Catalan poet...


29 December 1621: The Witch of Edmonton, a tragicomedy collaboratively...

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29 December 1621

The Witch of Edmonton, a tragicomedy collaboratively written by Thomas Dekker , John Ford , William Rowley and others, had its first specifically recorded performance, among the Court's Christmas entertainments; it had reached the...

1633: Dramatist John Ford published a particularly...

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Dramatist John Ford published a particularly violent and disturbing tragedy entitled 'Tis Pity She's a Whore.


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