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fictionalisation

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. writing in a fictional form
  • n. a literary work based partly or wholly on fact but written as if it were fiction

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Examples

  • The fictionalisation version could become a trilogy.

    Steve Wiebe Recaptures Donkey Kong (Jr) World Record | /Film

  • It was a shame to find out about the fictionalisation of the Documentary just to make it more entertaining, but it is good to see that these two are still at it.

    Steve Wiebe Recaptures Donkey Kong (Jr) World Record | /Film

  • This is veiled autobiography, not a fictionalisation of the career of Lloyd George.

    H G Wells, The New Machiavelli (1911)

  • Here's an example, a love story by Pawan Sony that I'm (-: reasonably: -) sure is not a fictionalisation of his real life preferences.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • But there's a fuzzy line between entertaining fictionalisation and dishonest portrayal; on balance, I think Elena's account has drifted across it.

    Archive 2004-05-01

  • He found that he had to cling to the authenticity of the details and the voices and abstain from mere fictionalisation while at the same time continuing to render his material in the form of literature.

    Nobel Prize for Literature 2001 - Press Release

  • Mr Nettleship came to take pride in his fictionalisation as the severe potions wizard Professor Severus Snape in the Harry Potter series that made Rowling a multi-millionaire.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • "She's really obsessed with that book," the source said adding that the book is Empress Bianca, a novel that reportedly is a "thinly veiled fictionalisation of international socialite Lily Safra, written by Princess Diana biographer Lady Colin Campbell".

    The Times of India

  • As you may know, Girl in a Blue Dress is a fictionalisation of the fraught marriage and scandalous seperation of Charles Dickens and

    Brit Lit Blogs

  • Not just out of sensitivity and clarity as regards issues of fictionalisation but in order to highlight how personal and how particular her vision of Charles and Catherine Dickens 'life is, one psychological pathway out of many.

    Brit Lit Blogs

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