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chosisme

[ shaw-zeez-muh ]
/ ʃɔˈziz mə /
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noun
a writing style in which plot and characterization are de-emphasized and people, events, and setting are recorded as though seen by the author through the lens of a camera.
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Origin of chosisme

<French, equivalent to chose thing (see chose2) + -isme-ism
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