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Mathurin Régnier (1573–1613)

Régnier, Mathurin (ren-yā’). A French satirist; born at Chartres, Dec. 21, 1573; died at Rouen, Oct. 22, 1613. He is famed for his ‘Satires’ (1608), sixteen in number, in which he imitated Horace, Juvenal, and Martial. He also wrote a number of epistles and elegies.