- From French surréalité, equivalent to surreal + -ity. (Wiktionary)
“There is one story that makes no sense without the explanation, which is based on manzai comedy, but I just considered it an exercise in surreality, so it fit right in with the rest of the book.”
“Of course, there are plenty of bomb-throwing blogs on the left and the right that don't have this "reality-based" meme, but why are so many that embrace that reality tag living in surreality?”
“Without the stellar writing that fueled the books/radio show/etc., you're left with an empty shell of banal surreality, which is unforgivable given that this series has -- built right in -- the greatest plot contrivance in the history of storytelling: the Infinite Improbability Drive.”
“The "surreality" of network television is a part of our daily lives.”
“For those too engrossed (during the last week) by the latest hit "surreality" show, "Harriet and Scooter", directed by those entertainment wizards, the Compassionate Conservatives, the following is a listing of some other shows that aired (but went largely unnoticed) during the week obtained from C-SPAN's CapitalNews.”
“- but the timeless survival saga quickly morphs into something very different: A new-fangled reality (or perhaps "surreality") TV show with life and death stakes.”
“Jackson also has a wonderful ear for the eccentricity of child talk, its odd, borrowed adultness, its surreality, its gorgeous self-obsession.”
“It's the one that brings us to the night of the White House state dinner, as Bravo draws back the curtain on the machinations of its own surreality, and basically throws the Salahis under the bus.”
“Mills's novels work so brilliantly because they give you time to sink into the apparent normality of his story before he pulls the floor away and lets the surreality creep in.”
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