narrativization love



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  • n. The process or result of narrativizing.


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  • So, I re-watched the original (another film I'm a fan of) to try to give some words (and images) to what I felt might have gone wrong for the talented and innovative Schamus and Lee: something that might be sitting in the space between the "real" of a 1969 music festival, the "truth" of one 1970's documentary representation of that experience, and the narrativization of those once-documentary images about forty years later.

    Alexandra Juhasz: Taking/Faking Woodstock

  • [7] Charlie Burns here: I'm sensing here in this section some self-serving narrativization, or circum-narrativization in which Mr. Grayson appears to be rather selfishly justifying his own actions without really examining their ramifications.

    The several stages of grief

  • This narrativization of personal experience in terms of Israelite history blurs the line between spiritual and political deliverance.

    The State of Things: Olaudah Equiano and the Volatile Politics of Heterocosmic Desire

  • I would suggest that like the narrativization of the opera's military action, the identity of the ambassador is provided for the audience on a handbill.

    Through Colonial Spectacles: the Irish Vizier and the Female-Knight in James Cobb


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