William Congreve: The Critical Heritage
Presents the full text of the poems "False Though She Be," and "A Hue and Cry After Fair Amoret," written by English poet and dramatist William Congreve (1670-1729), from the "Oxford Book of English Verse 1900" and provided online by Bibliomania.com, Ltd.
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