Translation of essayist in Spanish:


ensayista, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛseɪəst/ /ˈɛseɪɪst/


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    ensayista masculine, feminine
    • There are prominent modern literary authors, essayists, poets, and painters.
    • Aldous Huxley was an essayist and novelist whose reputation reached its peak in the 1920's.
    • Many poets, novelists, historians, essayists, and writers flooded the market with their literary works.
    • Poets, essayists, dramatists, novelists, and artists of the 1920s became increasingly concerned with depicting the lives of African Americans.
    • African American essayists, historians, novelists, playwrights, and poets have found in John Brown both a symbol of sacrifice and a touchstone of commitment to the cause of black freedom.
    • The novelist and essayist Thomas Mann was one of Nazism's most penetrating critics.
    • The noted essayist Dr. Robert Coles wrote an essay about our book, so they were calling to check facts with me.
    • Plutarch wrote in his native Greek and was a prolific essayist, philosopher, biographer, and historian.
    • Bard Cole is an essayist and short-story writer living in Tuscaloosa.
    • 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.
    • Macaulay was a prolific poet, essayist, novelist, biographer and correspondent, whose life was a complex mixture of public and private.
    • Last summer, Nicholson Baker, novelist and literary essayist, struck again at America's libraries.
    • Susan Sontag is one of America's best known and respected essayists and novelists.
    • If there's a literary precursor, it's the English 17th century essayist Sir Thomas Browne.
    • He was quick to point out that though he was a great essayist, Azorín was a poor novelist.
    • The second view, that globalisation is about to end, has been propounded by John Ralston Saul, a Canadian essayist and novelist.
    • By the late 1960s she had acquired a strong reputation as an essayist and a novelist.
    • Seamus Heaney and Derek Walcott, to take the two most obvious examples, are brilliant critics and essayists, with prose voices as original and as pleasing as their poetic ones.
    • It's just that Orwell is the greatest of all such essayists - few writers have ever become so much the conscience of their time.
    • John Updike is a novelist, poet, short-story writer, and essayist.