allegorist

[ al-i-gawr-ist, -gohr-, al-i-ger-ist ]SEE DEFINITION OF allegorist

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The allegorizer requires an allegorist to interpret him aright.

We need not be so dense as to require the allegorist to say to us in so many words: "This is a parable."

Whatever the primitive Semitic allegorist may have thought, work is a blessing, not a curse.

To the allegorist, the fable or plot in epic or dramatic poetry was only a rind to cover attractively the kernel of truth.

Such a story tempts the allegorist, and indeed the main drift of its meaning is unmistakable.

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