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 Beesly, Professor Edward SpencerBeke, Charles Tilstone 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Behn, Aphra
 
(b. Canterbury, 1642; d. London, April 16th, 1689). “The Forced Marriage” (1671); “The Amorous Prince” (1671); “The Dutch Lover” (1673); “Adelazar” (1677); “The Town Fop” (1677); “The Rover” (1677); “The Debauchee” (1677); “Sir Patient Fancy” (1678); “The Feigned Courtesans” (1679); “The Rover” (part ii. 1681); “The City Heiress” (1682); “The False Count” (1682); “The Roundheads” (1682); “The Young King” (1683); “Poems” (1684); “Miscellany” (1685); “The Lover’s Watch” (1686); “The Lucky Chance” (1687); “The Emperor of the Moon” (1687); “Lycidus” (1688); “The Widow Ranter” (1690); “The Younger Brother” (1696); Histories and Novels (1698, eighth edition with Life, 1735). Works (1871). See Ward’s “Dramatic Literature;” Kavanagh’s “Women of Letters;” Jeaffreson’s “Novelists;” Forsyth’s “Novelists,” etc.   1
 


 Beesly, Professor Edward SpencerBeke, Charles Tilstone 

 
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