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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of narrativize.

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Examples

  • Some of the signage is a bit strangely done, with grey lettering on beige cloth that's virtually impossible to read, but other than that it's crammed to the gills with rich information, cunningly narrativized and soundscaped by audio artists.

    Adventures of a Couch-Hopping Scribbler Part 3: Hail, Helsinki!

  • It is the task of feminist literary criticism to follow the varied ways in which women and concepts of gender are textually manipulated — fictionalized, fantasized, poeticized, metaphorized, narrativized, dramatized — in male literature.

    Medieval Hebrew Literature: Portrayal of Women.

  • An event becomes “news” when raw events are structured as a story–narrativized–to emphasize not their importance but their newsworthiness.

    Journalistic narcissism « BuzzMachine

  • Here, as in the forms their remembering tookthe narrativized renderings of personal or kin-group experience, the ritual tributes to patrilineal forebears and chiefly powermen's knowledge of the past occupied recognizably "historical" ground, following conventions of representation and content both dominant in their own culture and familiar to Western scholars.

    Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique

  • Machun'wasse's narrativized "migration" from Musapa ends happily in her resettlement in Mahumana and her marriage to Mulalela, and Lili's carefully shaped account of this event reflects her mother's determination that it should be remembered in precisely this way.

    Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique

  • First, in English as in Portuguese, "history" (história) simultaneously denotes past events, knowledge of those events, and their narrativized representation.

    Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique

  • Tim: It seems to me that everyone interested in this field would benefit if a future synthetic world project included from its initial stages some kind of process of introspective, narrativized documentation of its own development.

    Design From Soup to Nuts

  • It seems to me that everyone interested in this field would benefit if a future synthetic world project included from its initial stages some kind of process of introspective, narrativized documentation of its own development.

    May 2007

  • Both Kaufman and Ball engage in a kind of too-perfect wish fulfillment that can satisfy their audience on one level by providing fitting closure through death, but also alert them to the artificial nature of narrativized death, through hinted framings as dream and daydream, respectively.

    DVD Verdict

  • America meta-narrativized its particular experiences, and so has Adventism.

    Magenta Past

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