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It really may be numbered among doubts whether it is possible to exaggerate the dangers into which a fictionist may fall.

Both have the specific genius of the fictionist and the common sympathies of human feeling and thought in pre-eminent degree.

She was really far better fitted to be the wife of a fictionist than Imogene.

Need we say that it recites the ancient saw about William James, the fictionist, and his brother Henry, the psychologist.

And those close to the 'inside' of the industry say to-day to the fictionist: 'Hold on to your stories.

Over it hangs a mantle of mystery which the fictionist has employed to full, and at times thrilling advantage.

And just here the fictionist, the poet, and the public speaker will see the value of productive imagery.

Its vastness is still almost unexplored, and whole regions in it are unknown to the fictionist.

She was entirely urban whereas I was an absurd mixture of pioneer and trailer, fictionist and farmer.

Altogether and inevitably my work as a fictionist sank into an unimportant place.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FICTIONIST

novelist

nounfiction writer
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