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Otway; Thomas (1652-1685)

An English dramatist, who, while famous for writing the tragedies 'Alcibiades' (16750, 'Don Carlos' (1676), 'The Orphan' (1680) and 'Venice Preserv'd (1682) is remembered from a culinary aspect from dying after choking on a piece of bread, during a time of poverty.

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