The plot is set in motion by the post-election violence of 2007 and as the plot unfolds; Owour's fictionalisation
of history carries the reader into a tumultuous vortex of human frailty, tears, blood, cruelty, corruption, and love; and above all the resilience and inextinguishable shimmer of hope that defines human life.
In Section 2, 'External Landscapes and Geographies of the Mind', Lydia Wevers and Mark Williams both innovatively bring Patrick Evans's recent novel Gifted--a fictionalisation
of the time Janet Frame spent living in the hut in Frank Sargeson's garden--to bear on their respective explorations.
Likewise, libertin texts contain fictionalisation
of libertin experiences and themes, such as that of imprisonment, become central to the fictional genre.
It's an interesting topic for fictionalisation
, this weird arena of society that gets paid to beat each other up.
His bison and wagons--seen as brooding shadows--seem to pay their respects to the American pioneering spirit as well as to the filmic documentation and fictionalisation
of those great American journeys of discovery.
The other novels are set in the present, where neither plaasroman realism--also a form of fictionalisation
--nor Sestiger fictionalisation
is particularly relevant to my writing.
She adds that it is simply a lack of confidence which prevents her from writing purely historical novels, leading her to the fictionalisation
process and bookending stories of the past with a contemporary context.
Tucker is widely seen as a thinly veiled fictionalisation
of New Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell.
Elles sont plus que jamais les bienvenues et inciteront sans doute de nouvelles lectures de ce texte, "voix troisieme" au milieu du canon jusqu'ici domine par Balzac et Hugo et essentiel a une vision equilibree de la fictionalisation
difficile du traumatisme revolutionnaire au dix-neuvieme siecle.