Definition of Dramatised. Meaning of Dramatised. Synonyms of Dramatised

Definition of Dramatised. Meaning of Dramatised. Synonyms of Dramatised

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- the tragedy. Beginning in the early Middle Ages, churches staged dramatised versions of biblical events, known as liturgical dramas, to enliven annual...
- series. The novel was dramatised by Thomas Ellice for the television series, first transmitted in 1988. In 1994, it was dramatised by Guy Meredith for BBC...
- workers were shipped to Germany to work in factories. British propaganda dramatising the Rape of Belgium attracted much attention in the United States, while...
- A dramatised do****entary is a do****entary film which includes dramatised scenes using actors in costume. This format...
- Dramatization or dramatisation may refer to: Adaptation (arts), transfer of a work of art from one medium to another Reenactment (disambiguation) Drama...
- television shows based on the subjects of Indian history. Some shows listed below are fictionalised or dramatised shows based on historical events and people....
- United States, and in Cork, Ireland. The 1997 television film The Fix dramatised the true story of a match fixing scandal in which the club's recent newly...
- Fleming's birth. The production was reportedly the first BBC radio dramatisation of the novel though Moonraker was on South African radio in 1956, with...
- Oktay Rıfat and Melih Cevdet. The mix of cultural influences in Turkey is dramatised, for example, in the form of the "new symbols of the clash and interlacing...
- set in the First World War period. A day in Chaplin's life in 1909 is dramatised in the chapter entitled "Modern Times" in Alan Moore's Jerusalem (2016)...
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