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Salvador Jacinto Polo de Medina (1603–1676)

Polo de Medina, Salvador Jacinto (pō’lō de mā-dē’nä). A Spanish poet; born in Murcia 1603; died 1676. He wrote a poem in the form of a vision, ‘The Incurables’ Hospital; Journey out of this Life into the Next,’ a moral treatise which was much admired in his time; ‘On Moral Supremacy, to Lælius’; also some fables and some satirical verses.