What is another word for Jean de La Fontaine?

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[ d͡ʒˈiːn də lˌa fˈɒnte͡ɪn], [ d‍ʒˈiːn də lˌa fˈɒnte‍ɪn], [ dʒ_ˈiː_n d_ə l_ˌa f_ˈɒ_n_t_eɪ_n]

Jean de La Fontaine was a French poet famous for his Fables, which have delighted readers for centuries. He was born in July 1621 in Château-Thierry, France and died on April 1695 at age 73. Synonyms for Jean de La Fontaine include the French word fabuliste or fabulist, signifying one who writes fables, as well as poet, writer, and storyteller. His Fables continue to be popular with children and adults alike, and his work has been translated into numerous languages. Beyond his literary talents, La Fontaine was also an eminent courtier in the court of Louis XIV, where he wrote and performed plays under the patronage of the king.

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Jean de La Fontaine is one of the most popular poets of the French language in the Romantic era. He is best known for his verse fables, which often give moral lessons. La Fontaine is also renowned for his brilliant satire and his comic poetry.

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