dramaticism

dramaticism

(drəˈmætɪsɪzəm)
n
a dramatic character or way of behaving

dramaticism

the habit of performing actions in a histrionic manner.
See also: Behavior
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Millon and Davis (1996) characterized these personality patterns by marked impulsivity, dramaticism, excessive emotivity and emotional instability.
Brugh referred to the "daring dramaticism" of the piece.
On the contrary, the inner dramaticism which is conveyed by the story, history, and life only increased the literary effects of the novel.