What is Fletcher?

  • (noun): Prolific English dramatist who collaborated with Francis Beaumont and many other dramatists (1579-1625).
    Synonyms: John Fletcher

Some articles on fletcher:

Fletcher, Virginia
... Fletcher is an unincorporated community located in Madison County, Virginia. ...
Allen M. Fletcher - Biography
... Fletcher was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on September 25, 1853 ... A Republican, Fletcher was a Proctorsville Village Trustee and served in the Vermont House of Representatives from 1902 to 1903, the Vermont State Senate from 1904 to 1905, and the ... In 1912 Fletcher was elected Governor, serving from 1912 to 1915 ...
Julia Abigail Fletcher Carney
... Julia Abigail Fletcher Carney, born Julia Fletcher (April 6, 1823, Lancaster, Massachusetts – November 1, 1908, Galesburg, Illinois) was an American educator ... Educated at Lancaster Academy, Julia Fletcher achieved fame in 1845 for her poem "Little Things" ... Julia Fletcher Carney wrote for Universalist and other periodicals many of her poems were set to music and published in school text-books or as hymns ...
Allen M. Fletcher - Death and Legacy
... Fletcher died of a cerebral hemorrhage while staying at Rutland's Berwick Hotel ... Fletcher's family made numerous contributions for civic causes in Cavendish and Ludlow including constructing and donating Ludlow's Fletcher Library in 1901 ... donated the Ludlow property that is today the Fletcher Farm, a non-profit educational center that offers instruction in the arts ...
... Bonduca is a Jacobean tragi-comedy in the Beaumont and Fletcher canon, generally judged by scholars to be the work of John Fletcher alone ... and published in 1647 in the first Beaumont and Fletcher folio ... by Shakespeare historical accuracy was not Fletcher's primary concern ...

Famous quotes containing the word fletcher:

    Little deeds of kindness,
    Little words of love,
    Make our earth an Eden,
    Like the heaven above.
    —Julia A. Fletcher Carney (1823–1908)

    Come, all sad and solemn shows,
    That are quick-eyed Pleasure’s foes!
    We convent nought else but woes,
    We convent nought else but woes.
    —John Fletcher (1579–1625)

    All Love’s Emblems and all cry,
    Ladies, if not pluckt we dye,
    —John Fletcher (1579–1625)