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fictionalizations

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  • noun Plural form of fictionalization.

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Examples

  • It treats Tarzan as a real person, and the ERB books as "fictionalizations" of episodes in that real person's life... but this approach doesn't do as much violence to the ERB books as one might think from such a description.

    Adventure Week #4: Tarzan of the Apes

  • When it comes to fictionalizations or loose interpretations of her life, the actress -- currently in rehab -- is notoriously sensitive.

    The non-Lindsay Lohan biopic: As confused and tortured as the real thing

  • Maybe not as much in Vlad Taltos et al. which strikes me as more working off the Westernized fictionalizations of folklore and history, but particularly in Agyar.

    Making Light: Open thread 136

  • He also probably didn't use a silver bullet at all - something that was included in later fictionalizations, not in contemporary accounts.

    Beast of Gevaudan - A Hyena?

  • He also probably didn't use a silver bullet at all - something that was included in later fictionalizations, not in contemporary accounts.

    Beast of Gevaudan - A Hyena?

  • He also probably didn't use a silver bullet at all - something that was included in later fictionalizations, not in contemporary accounts.

    October 2009

  • The information about its contents was documented extensively in a number of places, so I was well aware of the factual anomalies and flat-out fictionalizations relating to Sandy Berger, Madeleine Albright, and Bill Clinton.

    Rachel Sklar: "Path To 9/11" Tough On Bush Administration? Not By A Long Shot.

  • Despite the fictionalizations, the story feels uncomfortably real, because Bicke is a kind of man who is all too common: out of place in the world, but determined to succeed, and with this determination he only succeeds in making everything worse.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • Despite the fictionalizations, the story feels uncomfortably real, because Bicke is a kind of man who is all too common: out of place in the world, but determined to succeed, and with this determination he only succeeds in making everything worse.

    The Assassination of Richard Nixon

  • Now the trade paperback edition ($14.95, Harper Perennial) offers substantial additional content, plus a foreword in which James Ellroy, who wrote one of the most famous fictionalizations of the case, declares himself a convert to Hodel's theory.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

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