from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- 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.
 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.
This narrativization of personal experience in terms of Israelite history blurs the line between spiritual and political deliverance.
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.