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Jorge Polar (1856–1932) was a Peruvian intellectual, poet, and politician born in Arequipa, Peru, on April 21 of 1856 . After leaving a trace in university teaching, cultural journalism, national politics and the administration of justice, died on June 6, 1932.
He completed his secondary education at the National School of Independence, which was founded by Simon Bolivar . Then he entered the University of St. Augustine , and at age 18, he earned his Juris Doctor in 1874. Later he traveled to Lima and the Universidad Mayor de San Marcos  where he obtained his Ph.D. in History, Philosophy and Literature.