Fabulation

In literary criticism, the term fabulation was popularized by Robert Scholes, in his work The Fabulators, to describe the large and growing class of mostly 20th century novels that are in a style similar to magical realism, and do not fit into the traditional categories of realism or (novelistic) romance. They violate, in a variety of ways, standa...
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Fabulation

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fabulation

Synonym: fabrication. ... Origin: L. Fabulatio, fr. Fabulor, pp. -atus, to speak ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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