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Boleslav Jablonský (Karel Eugen Tupý) (January 14, 1813 – February 27, 1881) was a Czech poet.
Although Jablonský studied theology, he was one of the most popular Czech poets in the 19th century, whose songs (Písne milosti) found international renown. One of his popular poems was Salomo or the wisdom of the father (Salomon neboli Moudrost otcova). A compilation of his poems (Básne) was published in 1872.
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