Dryden

  • (noun): The outstanding poet and dramatist of the Restoration (1631-1700).
    Synonyms: John Dryden

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Leo Dryden - Life and Career
... They had an affair, and a son, George Dryden Wheeler leading to the breakdown of her marriage to Charles Chaplin, Sr ... The couple split up and the child was kept by Dryden, leading to Hannah's bouts of mental illness, and admission to the Cane Hill Asylum at Coulsdon this was the end of Hannah's career and the start ... Leo Dryden was best known as the Kipling of the Halls for his patriotic and colonial songs including "The Miner's Dream of Home" (1891) he also performed parodies, including "Shopmates" and one on "Fenicu ...
Mary Knep
1666 Guiomar in Fletcher and Massinger's The Custom of the Country, 1667 Alibech in Dryden's The Indian Emperour, the 1667 revival Asteria in Dryden's The ...
Dryden, Texas - Geography
... Dryden is located on U.S ... Route 90 at the intersection with State Highway 349, 100 miles (62 km) west of Del Rio ...
Leo Dryden
... George Dryden Wheeler (6 June 1863 - 21 April 1939), known as Leo Dryden, was an English music hall singer and vocal comic ...
List Of The Vision Of Escaflowne Characters - Supporting Characters - Dryden Fassa
... Dryden Fassa is a knowledgeable, successful, and generous merchant who is also a part-time scholar ... the two are married later in the series, Dryden separates from Millerna and returns the ring, claiming that he isn't worthy of her yet ...

Famous quotes containing the word dryden:

    Then for the Style; Majestick and Divine,
    It speaks no less than God in every Line:
    Commanding words; whose Force is still the same
    As the first Fiat that produc’d our Frame.
    —John Dryden (1631–1700)

    So, when the last and dreadful Hour
    This crumbling Pageant shall devour,
    The TRUMPET shall be heard on high,
    The dead shall live, the living die,
    And MUSICK shall untune the Sky.
    —John Dryden (1631–1700)

    Happy, happy, happy pair!
    None but the brave
    None but the brave
    None but the brave deserves the fair.
    —John Dryden (1631–1700)