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  1. John Fletcher (Rye, 1579 — Londres, 1625) foi um dramaturgo inglês do período jacobita. Seguindo William Shakespeare como escritor da King's Men , ele estava entre os dramaturgos mais prolíficos e influentes de sua época; durante sua vida e na Restauração inicial , sua fama rivalizava com a de Shakespeare.

  2. John Fletcher (December 1579 – August 1625) was an English playwright. Following William Shakespeare as house playwright for the King's Men , he was among the most prolific and influential dramatists of his day; during his lifetime and in the Stuart Restoration , his fame rivalled Shakespeare's.

  3. 28 de dez. de 2020 · John Fletcher, que fez parte do trio de hip-hop Whodini, morreu aos 56 anos. A causa da morte ainda não foir revelada. Foto: Everett Collection / The Music Journal. Fletcher era conhecido pelo ...

  4. 4 de mar. de 2024 · John Fletcher (baptized December 20, 1579, Rye, Sussex, England—died August 29, 1625, London) was an English Jacobean dramatist who collaborated with Francis Beaumont and other dramatists on comedies and tragedies between about 1606 and 1625.

  5. John Fletcher (1579 – 1625) was a Jacobean playwright, and indisputably one of the most accomplished and influential playwrights of the seventeenth century. Fletcher began his career as an apprentice of Shakespeare, collaborating with him on a number of plays.

  6. John Fletcher, a highly successful playwright for the Jacobean theater, wrote more than 50 plays, both single-handedly and in collaboration with other playwrights. He was born in Rye, Sussex, the son of a minister. By 1596 his parents had died, leaving behind debts and nine children.John Fletcher

  7. John Fletcher was born in 1579 and lived until 1625 and was, during his writing years, probably the most prolific and influential playwright of his time – even more so than Shakespeare. When Shakespeare retired Fletcher succeeded him as house playwright for the King’s Men. Portrait of John Fletcher.

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