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This page rated by Google as the top Diablo II site has information related to this game. Epicharmus of Kos and Phormis have been reported as having been among the first to invent comic fables.¹. There have been many rumours of the developement of Diablo III. . Diablo III is supposed to be the sequel to Diablo II, the popular hack 'n' slash game from Blizzard Entertainment. An author of fables is called a fabulist. The word fabulous strictly means "pertaining to fables", although in recent decades its metaphorical meanings have been taken to be literal meanings.
In some usage, "fable" has been extended to include stories with mythical or legendary elements. A familiar theme in Slavic fables is an encounter between a wily peasant and the Devil. Medieval French fabliaux might feature Reynard the fox, a trickster figure, and offer a subtext that was mildly subversive of the feudal order of society. A fable often, but not necessarily, makes metaphorical use of an animal as its central character.
In its pejorative sense, a fable is a deliberately invented or falsified account. A fable may be set in verse, though it is usually prose. "Fable" comes from Latin fabula and shares a root with faber, "maker, artificer." Thus, though a fable may be conversational in tone, the understanding from the outset is that it is an invention, a fiction. In its strict sense a fable is a short story or folk tale embodying a moral, which may be expressed explicitly at the end as a maxim.
"Forrest Gump". Fables and Parables by Ignacy Krasicki. Emperor's New Clothes (fable). The Lion King.
Watership Down. Jonathan Livingston Seagull. The Little Engine that Could. Stone Soup.
Sholem Aleichem. Damon Runyon. James Thurber (1894-1961), Fables For Our Time. George Ade.
"Uncle Remus" (Joel Chandler Harris). Ivan Krylov. Hans Christian Andersen. Ignacy Krasicki (Polish, 1735 – 1801).
Jean de La Fontaine. Biernat of Lublin (Polish, 1465? – after 1529). Marie de France. Berechiah ha-Nakdan (Berechiah the Punctuator, Jewish author, 1200s).
Hyginus, author of Fabulae. Phaedrus. Vishnu Sarma. Aesop.