n.1.A writer of fragments; as, the fragmentist of Wolfenbüttel.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Victorinus seems to have combined the account of Irenaeus and of one of these other authors (either Papias, Clement, or the fragmentist, or perhaps someone else).
4 It should be further added that while Bestie can be (and has been) read as a "fragmentist" work of Vocian inspiration, it nevertheless marks a decisive departure from that genre, as Debenedetti argues in Il romanzo del Novecento 61-63.
This anthology of modern Italian poetry contains both the English translation and original text, with the 38 entries representing symbolists, free-verse satirists, hermetic poets, new lyricists, feminists, fragmentists, avant-gardists and neo-realists.