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The born poet still talks that way, he is naturally a fabulist and cannot help himself.
HOMER'S ODYSSEYDENTON J. SNIDER
Some of these folk-tales suggest the ingenuity of a fabulist.
SOLOMON AND SOLOMONIC LITERATUREMONCURE DANIEL CONWAY
Querulously he complained that people would not take him seriously, that they treated him as a fabulist.
LAFCADIO HEARNNINA H. KENNARD
In 1664 La Fontaine published his first collection of fables, and it gave him immediately the very highest rank as a fabulist.
PARIS: WITH PEN AND PENCILDAVID W. BARTLETT
La Fontaine, the fabulist, was buried by the side of Moliere, who died long before him.
PARIS: WITH PEN AND PENCILDAVID W. BARTLETT
So speaks my friend in the expressive Provençal idiom, rehabilitating the creature so libelled by the fabulist.
SOCIAL LIFE IN THE INSECT WORLDJ. H. FABRE
This is rather an imitation than a translation of the poem of the graceful French fabulist.
POETICAL WORKS OF WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANTWILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT
He asks a sage whether a fabulist writing after La Fontaine would not be wise to consign his work to the flames.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 10, SLICE 1VARIOUS
The fabulist who writes of Britannicus and Nero appeals to the few who know Roman history.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 10, SLICE 1VARIOUS
Hence Æsop's fables are spoken of by Aristophanes as something laughable, and the fabulist came to be regarded as a humorist.
HISTORY OF ENGLISH HUMOUR, VOL. 1 (OF 2)ALFRED GUY KINGAN L'ESTRANGE

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