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The great German fabulist, Pfeffel, a blind man, once took Billing's arm and went with him into the garden to take an airing.
Edward Moore died; an English fabulist and dramatic writer of considerable note.
Querulously he complained that people would not take him seriously, that they treated him as a fabulist.
"Ah, I see," said the fabulist with a wink aside for Jeff's benefit.
Boileau was also a candidate, but the first ballot gave the fabulist 70 sixteen votes against seven only for the critic.
Madame de la Sablire called La Fontaine a fabulist, who bore fables as naturally as a plum-tree bears plums.
The fabulist says: "It was the entrance into a world more amiable and exquisite than he had yet known."
La Fontaine, the fabulist, was buried by the side of Moliere, who died long before him.
In 1664 La Fontaine published his first collection of fables, and it gave him immediately the very highest rank as a fabulist.
Some of these folk-tales suggest the ingenuity of a fabulist.
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