fabulist : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a person who tells or invents fables
- Taken singly, the life stories of most of these titans are as familiar as fairy tales to their countrymen (and often equally fabulist).
- Burton, master fabulist, filming a script by John August (he wrote the zesty ensemble comedy Go), adapted from Daniel Wallace's much cherished novel.
- As an Indian who grew up with his independent motherland in its infancy, and as a fabulist whose bravura acts of invention bring to mind the "magic realism" of Latin American .
News & Articles
- Edelstein: Saoirse Ronan Makes a Perfect Bloodsucker in Byzantium
Enthusiastically recommended: Almost two decades after his uneven Interview With the Vampire, the Irish-born fabulist Neil Jordan returns to the realm of bloodsuckers with Byzantium. The movie is gorgeous, mesmerizing, poetic; the lyricism actually heightened by harsh jets of gore. Saoirse Ronan is Eleanor, a young-looking but very old nomadic ... More »
June 28, 2013 - Vulture
- Armistead Maupin in Sovo.com
I'ma fabulist by trade,writes Maupin in the voice of Gabriel in the book. "I've spent years looting my life for fiction. Like a magpie, I save the shiny stuff and discard the rest; it's of no use to me if it doesn't serve the geometry of...
- Sarah Ruhl in Boston Globe
I don't set out to be a fabulist, but I also don't set out to write naturalism or imitate reality on a one-to-one ratio,says Ruhl. "When photography was first introduced, Picasso was asked why he didn't create more realistic art, and he...
- Jerry Wexler in Independent
He is a card-carrying fabulist,Wexler said. "Solomon has told so many versions of the same happening that it's unreal."