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recontextualises

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recontextualise.

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Examples

  • You could argue that his presence recontextualises Born to Die, drawing it away from the world of the indie singer-songwriter she was initially thought to inhabit and firmly into the mainstream.

    Lana Del Ray: Born to Die – review

  • Alan Moore thinks it's Lovecraft, but I think Dick contains Lovecraft, and Kafka, and in his own visions recontextualises and adds to them both. [via VCTB]

    SF Tidbits for 8/13/07

  • I actually dislike "Ender's Shadow" because it does to Bean with "Vampire Lestat" did to Lestat--namely, completely re-writes a character and recontextualises the first novel in a way that makes it less, for me, instead of more.

    Ephemera 2009 (8) - The Mostly TV Edition

  • Alan Moore thinks it's Lovecraft, but I think Dick contains Lovecraft, and Kafka, and in his own visions recontextualises and adds to them both. [via VCTB]

    August 2007

  • It recontextualises an event a generation is familiar with and says something powerful about it.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • For this piece, I'll aim to explore some methods and philosophies behind how difficult play has been successfully implemented in games overall, either in terms of general difficulty, or within an optional objective that recontextualises play (such as Rare's super-tough multiplayer bonus unlockable objective in

    Gamasutra Feature Articles

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