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His introduction (‘An Apologue for an Epilogue’) is full of such outrageous nonsense as to suggest suspicion of his sanity.
WITCH, WARLOCK, AND MAGICIANWILLIAM HENRY DAVENPORT ADAMS
The apologue is quite clear; and yet a certain amount of intelligence is necessary for its comprehension.
THE LIFE OF JOAN OF ARC, VOL. 1 AND 2 (OF 2)ANATOLE FRANCE
Rasselas is simply an extended and glorified moral apologue—an enlarged "Vision of Mirza."
THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY
No apologue addressed to the mature intelligence alone, or framed to fit the society of his day, is here included.
FABLES IN RHYME FOR LITTLE FOLKSJEAN DE LA FONTAINE
A venerable apologue attaches to the nesting habit of the flamingo.
UNEXPLORED SPAINABEL CHAPMAN
In Perrault little but the moral, told in a gallant apologue, remains.
POPULAR TALESCHARLES PERRAULT
This is an apologue of misplaced confidence in things earthly.
ANGLO-SAXON LITERATUREJOHN EARLE
But the "armed Greeks" of More's apologue found a yet wider field in the reform of the higher education of the country.
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE, VOLUME III (OF 8)JOHN RICHARD GREEN
At the time this apologue amused me; in the light of later events it assumed a tragic significance.
OSCAR WILDE, VOLUME 1 (OF 2)FRANK HARRIS
Shall I, as an elder, speak to you as younger men in an apologue or myth, or shall I argue out the question?
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