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In 1680 Otway also publiThomas Otwayd The Poets Complaint of his Muse or A Satyr against Libells in which he retaliated on his literary enemies. He is said to have emerged from his retreat at the Bull on Tower Hill to beg for bread. In it the two characters familiar throughout his plays make their appearance.
Thomas Otway (3 March 1652 – 14 April 1685) was an English dramatist of the Restoration period best known for Venice Preserv'd or A Plot Discover'd (1682).