Dramatic unities

Dramatic unities, three rules of dramatic construction prescribed by Aristotle, observed by the French dramatists, but ignored by Shakespeare, that (1) a play should represent what takes place within eight hours, (2) there must be no change of locality, and (3) there must be no minor plot.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Drakenberg Mountains * Drammen
Dozy, Reinhart
Drachenfels
Draco
Dragon
Dragonnades
Dragon's Teeth
Drake, Sir Francis
Drake, Friedrich
Drake, Nathan
Drakenberg Mountains
Dramatic unities
Drammen
Draper, John William
Drapier
Drave
Dravidians
Drawcansir
Drayton, Michael
Drelincourt
Drenthe
Dresden