Brenton

noun

Howard born 1942, British dramatist, author of such controversial plays as The Churchill Play (1974), The Romans in Britain (1980), (with David Hare) Pravda (1985), and several topical satires with Tariq Ali

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  • When he reached Brenton he was disappointed not to find her when he stepped from the train.

    The Wall Street Girl

    Frederick Orin Bartlett

  • To Mrs. Brenton, she was as dear as any daughter, dear as the daughter that she meant one day to be.

    The Brentons

    Anna Chapin Ray

  • Brenton's is all latent, and I count on you to do the conserving.

    The Brentons

    Anna Chapin Ray

  • For the present, she saw clearly, Brenton was quite contented with his parish.

    The Brentons

    Anna Chapin Ray

  • And Brenton blinked a little, in the sudden change of focus demanded of his eyes.

    The Brentons

    Anna Chapin Ray