Satira’s but some pocky quean.
According to Jack Lynch:
Satira, the heroine of The Rival Queens by Nathaniel Lee; quean, “A worthless woman, generally a strumpet” (Johnson). Pocky suggests either smallpox or a venereal disease.
Notice the play on queen/quean: for Strephon and perhaps for Swift, there seems to be a fine line between viewing a woman as one or the other. (Related: Madonna-whore complex.)
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