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John Webster - Biography - Early Collaborations
... These included a tragedy Caesar's Fall (written with Michael Drayton, Thomas Dekker, Thomas Middleton and Anthony Munday), and a collaboration with Thomas Dekker Christmas Comes but ... With Dekker he also wrote Sir Thomas Wyatt, which was printed in 1607, and probably first performed in 1602 ... He worked with Thomas Dekker again on two city comedies, Westward Ho in 1604 and Northward Ho in 1605 ...
Thomas Dekker - See Also
... Thomas Leighton Decker (1916–1978), Sierra Leonean poet, linguist, and journalist. ...
Dekker - People
... Albert Dekker (1905 – 1968), American actor and politician Desmond Dekker (1941 – 2006), Jamaican singer Eduard Douwes Dekker (1820 – 1887), Dutch writer also known as Multatuli Ernest Douwes Dekker (187. 1610 – 1666), Dutch poet John Dekker, computer game character Laura Dekker (born 1995), Dutch solo sailor Lia Dekker (born 1987), Dutch competitive swimmer Mark. 1572 – 1632), English writer Wisse Dekker (born 1924), Dutch businessman and former CEO of Philips Ramon Dekkers (born 1969), Dutch professional kickboxer Dekker Dreyer (born 1980 ...
1604 In Literature - New Drama
... Samuel Daniel - Philotas The Vision of the Twelve Goddesses (masque) Thomas Dekker Thomas Middleton - The Honest Whore, Part 1 Thomas Dekker and John Webster - Westward Ho Ben Jonson Thomas Dekker - The Coronation Triumph John Marston - The Malcontent Thomas Middleton - Michaelmas Term William Shakespeare - Hamlet published (second quarto, a "good" quarto as opposed to the 1603 "bad quarto", Q1). ...
The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island - Songs
... Petrie, Littlefoot and Cera (Aria Noelle Curzon, Jeff Bennett, Thomas Dekker and Anndi McAfee) Always There - Ducky, Petrie, Littlefoot, Cera, Spike (Th ...

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    Golden slumbers kiss your eyes,
    Smiles awake you when you rise.
    Sleep, pretty wantons, do not cry,
    And I will sing a lullaby:
    Rock them, rock them, lullaby.
    —Thomas Dekker (1572?–1632?)

    No one left and no one came
    On the bare platform. What I saw
    Was Adlestrop—only the name—

    And willows, willow-herb, and grass,
    —Edward Thomas (1878–1917)