Origin of dramatization
Examples from the Web for dramatization
Contemporary Examples of dramatization
As Solomon says, “myth building makes quick riddance of inconvenient facts,” and the same could be said of dramatization.The Strange Power of ‘Fiddler on the Roof’
October 28, 2013
Its dramatization of the clash between utopianism and geopolitical catastrophe becomes more potent with every passing year.How to Watch Watchmen
January 16, 2009
Historical Examples of dramatization
His gift of dramatization had been exercised too long to be discarded now.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete
Albert Bigelow Paine
She had no idea, no dramatization in her mind, of what awaited her or of what she intended to do.
With twenty-nine leading characters the dramatization can be well staged.America First
But dramatization will do more than anything else for the interpreting of the stories and the characters.Viking Tales
I should imagine that the dramatization of a novel killed its sale.
- the reconstruction of an event, novel, story, etc in a form suitable for dramatic presentation
- the art or act of dramatizing