dramatization dramatization  /d ˌræ mə tə ˈzeɪ ʃən/


  1. (n) conversion into dramatic form
  2. (n) a dramatic representation



  1. Though it has remained in print since its release, Alford admits that the dramatization of Haley's novel had burned many out on the subject.
  2. What they were talking about was ABC's epic dramatization of Alex Haley's book Roots.
  3. Rod La Rocque is excellent, not only in his heroic moments, but in the dramatization of the inhibition that is the backbone of this story.



  1. "He embodies this new dispersed, grassroots, participatory culture about as well as any contemporary figure," Jenkins said. "The battle between AP and Fairey is an epic struggle between the old media and new-media paradigms, a dramatization...
    on Nov 30, 2009 By: Henry Jenkins Source: USC News

  2. "Playing for Keeps is a compelling dramatization of an emotional and psychological journey inspired by a case which led to a historic decision by the Supreme Court of Canada," said Susanne Boyce, President, Creative, Content and Channels, CTV...
    on Mar 12, 2009 By: Susanne Boyce Source: CTV.ca

  3. "This was not an attempt to do the Ken Burns version of the Indian experience," Mr. Wolf said in an interview. "It is a dramatization, and we needed a protagonist."
    on May 8, 2007 By: Dick Wolf Source: New York Times

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