The kernel for its careful reimagining of how to novelize
an un-Churchillian "riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps there is a key" is a truthy story about the apocryphal Ecuadoran poet Margara Saenz and the literary mischief surrounding her paper life.
Elizabeth Carolyn Miller has debated whether Shaw actually aspired to novelize
the theater, arguing that Shaw, critical of the novel's status as a symbol of capitalist mass production, critiques the idea of a "coherent authorial voice" in his plays.
Gudrid is a worthwhile historical figure to novelize
. Teens need to be exposed to the roles women played in history.
I mistakenly thought all I needed to do was novelize
She might, for example, highlight the gaps as, precisely, gaping; seek archival fill; speculate; novelize
. Ridley's choices include on the one hand extensive research in the archives (which yielded a few new documents and a number of different interpretations of existing ones) and wide bibliographical sweeps in areas including maritime history, navigational and botanical sciences, Enlightenment taxonomy, and eighteenth-century Burgundian sociology.
* You have to try literary journalism on television: novelize
Thus, even though the story seems to valorize a Moabite willing to embrace Judaism out of loyalty to her mother-in-law, Walter Wangerin Jr., a Lutheran pastor and prolific storyteller, can comfortably novelize
it without traducing Christian beliefs in Naomi and Her Daughters (Zondervan, September), which Publisher's Weekly calls "midrashic."
"The Russians use the French to novelize
their philosophical and religious deliberations" (120).
Rae sets the stage in the first chapter, as he examines a narrative progression from lyric poetry to serial poetry to long poems, arguing that "as the long poem attempts to novelize
the traditional lyric sequence by introducing competing voices and styles, it has radically transformed concepts of narrative coherence and sequence in the Canadian novel by adapting the devices of contemporary poetry to prose fiction" (3).
Ricapito observes the instances of be-wilderment in the tale that foster the diversity of twists and turns in the design of consciousness that acknowledges the unpredictability of life (justifying once again Cervantes' claim that he was the first to "novelize
" in Spain).
We assume James' last novel was The Golden Bowl--but in fact he went on after that to novelize
an old play he had written (The Out Cry), which sold well, and was working on another big novel, The Ivory Tower (set, ironically, in the United States), which was recently published with a foreword by Alan Hollinghurst and the notes James had made for its completion.
Drawing on information from official documentation, personal recollections and dramatized "true" stories by writers of naval history who novelize
their subjects, he presents an account of the small battle units used by Germany during WWII.