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Noun1.fictionalisation - a literary work based partly or wholly on fact but written as if it were fiction
literary composition, literary work - imaginative or creative writing
2.fictionalisation - writing in a fictional form
authorship, penning, writing, composition - the act of creating written works; "writing was a form of therapy for him"; "it was a matter of disputed authorship"
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The 62-year-old, who bears a strong resemblance to the Sinn Fein deputy chief, insisted the film will stay true to the bond between the duo but admitted it will also rely on fictionalisation since there is no recorded evidence.
Like Eyre but more so, Whittington's fame today derives mainly from his fictionalisation, but he was renowned and popular in his own time too.
It's a funny, bold - and at times shocking - fictionalisation of Lenny's own story.
The pair is then joined by Jitendra Kumar, who plays ' Arjun Kejriwal', a fictionalisation of Arvind himself.
More: Pages 20&21 TODAY ON THE MAES 11am in the Babell Len - |Remembering and the Fictionalisation of the First World War : Professor Gerwyn Wiliams delivers a lecture looking at how Emyr Jones remembered the war in his book, Gwaed Gwirion.
The remarks of these three women specifically draw attention to "Coetzee's" omission of any reference to his ex-wife and so to the role of fictionalisation in his autobiographies.
There is, therefore, a refusal of the autobiographical in favor of fictionalisation.
In Section 2, 'External Landscapes and Geographies of the Mind', Lydia Wevers and Mark Williams both innovatively bring Patrick Evans's recent novel Gifted--a fictionalisation of the time Janet Frame spent living in the hut in Frank Sargeson's garden--to bear on their respective explorations.
Likewise, libertin texts contain fictionalisation of libertin experiences and themes, such as that of imprisonment, become central to the fictional genre.
It's an interesting topic for fictionalisation, this weird arena of society that gets paid to beat each other up.
His bison and wagons--seen as brooding shadows--seem to pay their respects to the American pioneering spirit as well as to the filmic documentation and fictionalisation of those great American journeys of discovery.
The other novels are set in the present, where neither plaasroman realism--also a form of fictionalisation--nor Sestiger fictionalisation is particularly relevant to my writing.