Polly Honeycombe is a 1760 comedy play by George Colman the Elder. It satirised the young novel-reading woman. It was Colman's first play and helped establish his reputation, which he built on with The Jealous Wife the following year.
- Sherburne & Bond p.1040
- Sherburne, George and Bond, Donald F. A Literary History of England, Volume III: The Restoration and Eighteenth Century. Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1967.
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