prose writer

prose writer

or

proser

n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a person who writes prose
Translations

prose writer

nprosatore/trice
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It was the first time I had imitated a prose writer, though I had imitated several poets like Moore, Campbell, and Goldsmith himself.
Waheed Ahmed was a renowned Nazam writer besides being a good prose writer.
RAWALPINDI:The launching ceremony of famous prose writer Hasnain Nazish's travelogue 'Diwar-e-Cheen k Saey Talay' was held here under auspices of the Literary, Art and Cultural Syndicate (LACS) and World Columnist Club in collaboration with Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC).
The Namaz e Janaza of late professor, poet and prose writer will be offered Tuesday at around 1 pm after Zuhar prayer near his residence H.
The crown, made by local jeweller Iwan Edger, is the prize for the best prose writer.
He said Masood was distinguished prose writer, ambassador and author.
1975) is a Polish poet, prose writer, translator, and lecturer In American literature at the University in Warsaw.
He was simultaneously a professor, prose writer, poet, interviewer and anchor.
It was with deep sorrow that I learned the news on the demise of prose writer Levon Khechoyan.
Poet Slave Gjorgo Dimoski, the sitting chairman of the Struga Evenings of Poetry, and Venko Andonovski, a university professor, literary theoretician, prose writer and columnist, were the guests from Macedonia this year.
The author is right to discuss Victoria's near obsession with mourning, grief and death but she could have pointed out that the Queen was also a rather exuberant prose writer and never understated.