Who is Christopher Fry?

  • (noun): English dramatist noted for his comic verse dramas (born 1907).
    Synonyms: Fry

Christopher Fry

Christopher Fry (18 December 1907 – 30 June 2005) was an English playwright. He is best known for his verse dramas, notably The Lady's Not for Burning, which made him a major force in theatre in the 1940s and 1950s.

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Karl Tunberg - Life and Career
... for the project more than five years before the start of principal photography, Christopher Fry and Gore Vidal contributed to the screenplay during filming ... William Wyler, who, in the film's commemorative booklet and elsewhere, claimed that Christopher Fry was more responsible than any other writer for the final screenplay ... Christopher Fry himself was fully informed of the proceedings of the Guild ...
Christopher Fry - Quotes
... ” —Christopher Fry “ Life is a hypocrite if I can't live The way it moves me! ” —Christopher Fry ...

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    I travel light; as light,
    That is, as a man can travel who will
    Still carry his body around because
    Of its sentimental value.
    Christopher Fry (b. 1907)

    What after all
    Is a halo? It’s only one more thing to keep clean.
    —Christopher Fry (b. 1907)

    Yet, when the walls of flesh grow weak,
    In such an hour it may well be,
    Through mist and darkness, light will break,
    And each anointed sense will see.
    —Ernest Christopher Dowson (1867–1900)