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Franciszek Zabłocki (1754–1821)

Zabłocki, Franciszek (zä-blots’kē). A Polish dramatist; born in 1754; died in 1821. He is looked upon as the creator of Polish comedy, his plays holding the stage to the present day. His masterpiece is ‘Sarmatyzin,’ and others are: ‘The Fop who Acts the Gallant with the Ladies’; ‘An Irreparable Loss.’