I see there’s truth in no man, nor obedience But for his own ends.
Kiss till the cow comes home.
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|Death:||6th March, 1616|
Francis Beaumont was born in Grace-Dieu, Leicestershire, England. He was a playwright in the English Renaissance theatre, most famous for his collaborations with John Fletcher. One of the plays that he wrote on his own is the famous The Knight of the Burning Pestle, a parody of the sentimental and melodramatic plays that were popular at the time. Beaumont and Fletcher’s plays are lively and direct and almost modern in their language and ideas. Their most famous is Philaster, or Love Lies Bleeding. He wrote several plays with John Fletcher include: The Woman Hater, Thierry and Theodoret, Cupid's Revenge, The Coxcomb, A King and No King, Love's Cure, The Scornful Lady and The Noble Gentleman.
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