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The fable-narrative, though apparently highly wondrous, emerges as the most viable epistemological mode for both the Buddha and Vishnusarma and consequently for all other fabulists.
Harris, like all fabulists, denounced through the animal tales and through the relationship between Uncle Remus and the little boy the social system in the old South, especially slavery.
Now that the skies are clear of bombers and allied forces are taking control of Kosovo, NATO and the Pentagon stand exposed as congenital fabulists.
He traces the considerable influence of its mise en page and procedure in other fabulists of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century before concentrating on the XXV fables des animaux, which Plantin published for and at the expense of Perret.
But happily, there are also contemporary fabulists like British writer Angela Carter, "the most recent and most original of the goose-footed queens, of the riddling, scabrous dames, to put hard questions.
Scottish poet, the finest of early fabulists in Britain.
His inclusion of myth within the boundaries of social realism opened up new fictional strategies for such contemporary fabulists as <IR> JOHN BARTH </IR> , <IR> THOMAS PYNCHON </IR> , and <IR> JOHN GARDNER </IR> .
The sheer audacity of this historical lie, the depth of the deceit, is galling and yet it is clear that fabulists and folklorists have so thoroughly and consistently assaulted the actual truth, that this bastard truth has replaced it for those searching for an easy way out of racial responsibility.
However, we are amiably guided through some of the many areas of concern and stylistic choices that constitute twentieth- and twenty-first-century French literature, including post-colonial writing (Jean Haztfeld), Franco-Egyptian works (the neglected Albert Cossery), formal inventors and fabulists (Queneau, Pierre Bettencourt), and prose poets (PierreAlbert Jourdan).
The writers he studies are a disparate company of 20th-century memoirists and fabulists from the Levant and East Central Europe, who traverse the boundaries of several literary forms, such as diary, memoir, fiction and travelogue.