George Chapman
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Born in Hitchin, Hertfordshire
Born in 1559
Died on 12th of May 1634

Born c1559. Died 1634 - English dramatist.

Made reputation with poem The Shadow of the Night (1594). His play The Blind Beggar of Alexandria was produced in 1595. His translation of The Whole Works of Homer: Prince of Poets appeared in 1611. Completed translation of Odyssey in 1616. Other plays included The Gentlemen Usher (1606), Duke of Byron (1606) and Caesar and Pompey (1631).

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