January 1964
Poems by Queen Elizabeth I;1964, p51
The poem "Plutarch's on Curiosity," by Queen Elizabeth I is presented. First Line: Perchance hit might be best to shun at al that home; Last Line: Wiche hated most and griuous ar to al the haunt.


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