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Wincenty Pol (1807–1872)

Pol, Wincenty (pōl). A Polish poet; born at Lublin, April 20, 1807; died at Kraków, Dec. 2, 1872. He wrote the patriotic ‘Songs of Janusz’ (1833); ‘Song of Our Country’ (1843), which won for its author unbounded popularity; ‘Pictures from Life and from Travel’ (1847), probably his finest work; ‘The Starost of Kisla’ (1873), a narrative poem on the chase.