dramatism


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dramatism

[Gr. drama, acting, + -ismos, condition]
Histrionic behavior.
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His exceptional artistic and vocal skills impress the audience and add to the production additional dramatism and lyricism.
from hysteric dramatism to sensibility and emotionality;
The recordings of Dvorak's three mature symphonies are a Kubelik monument indeed: the contrastive tempos and dynamics transformed the Seventh into an emotional tempest with well audible minor motifs in the violas, while the airily sounding Eighth combines naturalness with a sophisticated sonic architecture and the New World Symphony ideally alternates monumentality with symphonic dramatism and modernist rhythmicality.
The narrative analysis, however, revealed a writer who seeks "credibility" in his work: he does not leave logical gaps in the course of the plot, gives pace to the narrrative, knows when and where, using rhetorical modes, to enhance the dramatism and intensity, describes fully both the spatial the temporal context in which the events unfolded, but also follows the action closely achieving clarity in his language.
Before we uncover Mailer's astounding work, I would say that the point of literary origin, plus the dimensions of traversing the modern fecundity and dramatism, possessed amazing points of literary comparison, and that poetry often meant the re-conceptualization of prose to suit actors and development against the eclecticism of perception and thought.
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GURRIONERO, Mario y CANEL, Maria Jose (2009): "The role of key words in terrorism coverage: framing analysis from the Dramatism perspective", Conference of the International Communication Association, Chicago.
Michelle Celeste Condit, "Post-Burke: Transcending the Sub-Stance of Dramatism," Quarterly Journal of Speech 78 (1992): 352.
The autotelic and linguistic references within the sphere of interest of seventies' artists did not concord with the carnality and dramatism of the artist's work.
Trebuie subliniat faptul ca, in mediile religioase din Romania, secularizarea este simtita ca o realitate dureroasa si este intimpinata cu oarecare dramatism, deoarece ea a devenit vizibila sub presiunea modernizarii fortate si partiale impusa de comunism.
Klumpp, "A Rapprochement Between Dramatism and Argumentation," Argumentation and Advocacy 29 (1993): 148-164; Mitchell S.
In dramatism, mortification becomes redefined through the context of the tragic frame.