conte

genre of prose fiction

Conte (pronounced [kɔ̃t]) is a literary genre of tales, often short, characterized by fantasy or wit. They were popular in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries until the genre became merged with the short story in the nineteenth century. Distinguishing contes from other literary genres is notoriously difficult due to the various meanings of the French term conte that span folktales, fairy tales, short stories, oral tales, and fables.
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genre: conte

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The Treason of Isengard

seventh volume of the 12-volume series 'The History of Middle-earth'

author: Christopher Tolkien, J. R. R. Tolkien

Contes de la montagne d'ordures

author: Latife Tekin

À la veillée

1879 book by Faucher de Saint-Maurice

author: Faucher de Saint-Maurice

1879

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