undramatized

undramatized

(ʌnˈdræməˌtaɪzd) or

undramatised

adj
not dramatized; not adapted to dramatic form
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Carne is narrated by an undramatized or heterodiegetic narrator.
awards for infringement of undramatized or nondramatic works in motion
Unlike counterparts in Browning monologues, or the Browningesque "Columbus," the putative listener or mon frere remains mostly undramatized.
The upwardly-mobile young men of Les Escoliers talk about how they should live, but their ideals remain largely undramatized and their tactics questionable.
Many other aspects of The Rhetoric of Fiction have played a significant role in China, such as the classification of different types of point of view, the distinction between dramatized and undramatized narrators, or the discussion of telling versus showing.
These critics thus assert that for the Bastard "there is effortless, almost magical participation in the heroic manhood of the royal, lion-hearted, undramatized father he has never known.
That death goes undramatized in this sly biopic, as Coppola traps the audience in the same luxurious bubble as Marie Antoinette, so when it pops, we're as confused and ill-equipped as she was.
Director Robinson's new take on the oft-filmed saga not only slims down the villainess but ushers in the hitherto undramatized role of the New York policeman who collared the pair.
Their interaction is mediated by an offstage and undramatized royal presence.
The initial screen of the Web site reads like a dictionary entry which defines jennicam as "a real-time look into the real life of a young woman" and "an undramatized photographic diary for public viewing esp.
This term refers to the speech of a dramatized or undramatized narrator (for an extended discussion, see Genette, 1980).
Les Deux Amis returns to the undramatized narrator, but with an anonymous 'editor' pretending that the story has come into his hands.