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Karel Hynek Mácha (1810–1836)

Mácha, Karel Hynek (mä’kä). A Bohemian poet; born at Prague, Nov. 15, 1810; died at Litomerice, Nov. 7, 1836. His chief work was a lyrico-epic poem, ‘Máj’ (May: 1836), containing a strain of Byronic pessimism. He wrote also short lyrics and stories, including ‘Cikáni’ (The Gipsies: 1857).