(1) He was quick to point out that though he was a great essayist , Azorín was a poor novelist.(2) Macaulay was a prolific poet, essayist , novelist, biographer and correspondent, whose life was a complex mixture of public and private.(3) Aldous Huxley was an essayist and novelist whose reputation reached its peak in the 1920's.(4) Bard Cole is an essayist and short-story writer living in Tuscaloosa.(5) The novelist and essayist Thomas Mann was one of Nazism's most penetrating critics.(6) Plutarch wrote in his native Greek and was a prolific essayist , philosopher, biographer, and historian.(7) However, it is mostly as an essayist and letter writer that she excelled and put to effective use her fiery spirit as a rebel, social activist and reformer.(8) The noted essayist Dr. Robert Coles wrote an essay about our book, so they were calling to check facts with me.(9) Last summer, Nicholson Baker, novelist and literary essayist , struck again at America's libraries.(10) The second view, that globalisation is about to end, has been propounded by John Ralston Saul, a Canadian essayist and novelist.(11) If there's a literary precursor, it's the English 17th century essayist Sir Thomas Browne.(12) John Updike is a novelist, poet, short-story writer, and essayist .(13) By the late 1960s she had acquired a strong reputation as an essayist and a novelist.(14) Susan Sontag is one of America's best known and respected essayists and novelists.(15) Many poets, novelists, historians, essayists , and writers flooded the market with their literary works.(16) Poets, essayists , dramatists, novelists, and artists of the 1920s became increasingly concerned with depicting the lives of African Americans.