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- n. Alternative spelling of dramatization.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. same as dramatization.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a dramatic representation
- n. conversion into dramatic form
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Although only half-way through the series, the style of the dramatisation is one that seems unimaginable nowadays.
In Alroy’s hyperbolic self-dramatisation is the thinly disguised voice of the young frustrated Disraeli who has not yet begun to fulfil the ‘ideal ambition’ of which he wrote in his diary.
His film included a "dramatisation" of some of the scenes, including one where President
Back in 1989, Mikhail Baryshnikov starred in Steven Berkoff's dramatisation of Kafka's novella.
Now, when cable TV company HBO produced the dramatisation of Mildred Pierce, starring Kate Winslet as a Depression-era divorcee living on the outskirts of LA, it chose New York as its filming location.
There were moments during Sunday night's BBC2 handsome dramatisation of Manchester United's Munich disaster when it was almost too painful to carry on watching.
As if I needed further persuasion, however, it came on Sunday evening settling down to watch United, the BBC's dramatisation of the Munich air disaster.
How Benson did not freak out more and demand an explanation despite the fact she had no choice is a legitimate question to ask in terms of dramatisation instead of looking like a deer caught in headlights.
A dramatisation based on the teenage school years of the WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning in Haverfordwest is to be a highlight of the second year of the National Theatre of Wales.
So my apologies before we begin for not being able to compare and contrast the novel with the eight-part dramatisation that began last night on BBC4.