Definition of Dekker, Thomas in English:

Dekker, Thomas

Line breaks: Thomas Dek¦ker
Pronunciation: /ˈdɛkə
( Circa 1570–1632), English dramatist, author of the revenge tragedy The Witch of Edmonton (1623), in which he collaborated with John Ford and William Rowley, and The Honest Whore (1604; 1630) with Thomas Middleton.

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