15861639 ca
an English playwright and poet of the Jacobean and Caroline eras born in Ilsington in Devon, England. Prior to the start of his career as a playwright, Ford wrote other non-dramatic literary works—the long religious poem Christ's Bloody Sweat (1613), and two prose essays published as pamphlets, The Golden Mean (1613) and A Line of Life (1620). After 1620 he began active dramatic writing, first as a collaborator with more experienced playwrights — primarily Thomas Dekker, but also John Webster and William Rowley — and by the later 1620s as a solo artist.
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11/24/1628-John Ford's The Lover's Melancholy premieres in London
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