feuilletonistic

See feuilletonism.

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  • feuilleton — feuilletonism /foy i tn iz euhm, fue yi /, n. feuilletonist, n. feuilletonistic, adj. /foy i tn/; Fr. /fueyeu tawonn /, n., pl. feuilletons / tnz/; Fr. / tawonn /. 1. a part of a European newspaper devoted to light literature, fiction, criticism …   Universalium

  • feuilleton — /ˈfɜjətən/ (say feryuhtuhn), / tɒ̃/ (say ton) noun 1. a part of a newspaper (usually the bottom of one or more pages, marked off by a rule) devoted to light literature, fiction, criticism, etc. 2. an item printed in the feuilleton. {French: small …   Australian English dictionary

  • SHALOM ALEICHEM — (Sholem Aleykhem; narrative persona and subsequent pseudonym of Sholem Rabinovitsh (Rabinovitz); 1859–1916), Yiddish prose writer and humorist born on February 18, 1859 (old style; March 2, new style), in Pereyaslav (today: Pereyaslav… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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