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Could you tell me their meaning of these sentences?
Because I cannot grab their meaning thoroughly.
1. She is more of a poet than a novelist.
2. She is no novelist.
2. "She is no novelist" would probably to emphasise a point about her writing ability. And you can replace "novelist" with other nouns that emphasise the point you're trying to make.
So for example:
Q: "Is he a good footballer?"
A: "Well he's no Lionel Messi, but he's quite good."
But this structure isn't interchangeable with "she is not a novelist" which is giving information instead.