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Wives of Literary Men

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The following literary men, among many others, made unhappy marriages:

Addison.

Aristotle.

Bacon (Lord).

Boccaccio.

Byron.

Dante.

Dickens.

Durer (Albert).

Euripides.

Garrick.

Haydn.

Hooker.

Johnson (Dr.).

Jonson (Ben).

Knox.

Lilly (second wife).

Lytton.

Milton (first wife).

MoliÈre.

More.

Pittacus.

Raclne.

Rousseau (J. J.).

Scaliger (both wives).

Shakespeare.

Shelley (first wife).

Socrates.

Steele.

Sterne.

Wycherley (first wife).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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