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John Ford

Ford, John (1586–1640), English dramatist. Three tragedies,'Tis Pity She's a Whore (c. 1627), The Broken Heart (c. 1629), and Love's Sacrifice (1630), are his best-known works. Considered decadent by earlier critics because of his lack of moral comment, in the 20th century Ford is admired for his insight into human passion.

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