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Synonyms for novelize

convert into the form or the style of a novel

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38) Grady Hendrix, "Pulp Fiction: In Appreciation of Movie Novelizations," Film Comment 47, no.
Certainly the graphic novelization of Shakespeare takes up and extends the conversion of Shakespeare to visual form so central to film Shakespeare of the nineties.
Girls, Boys, and "Authenticity" in Degrassi Novelizations
Unlike the common screen adaptations or novelizations, the film and the novel were created simultaneously; they both function independently of one another, each with its own unique structures, themes, and significance.
Shea (professor of History of Science, University of Padua) and Mariano Artigas (Dean of the Ecclesiastical Faculty, University of Navarra, Spain) present Galileo Observed: Science and the Politics of Belief, a history written to set the record straight about what really happened at Galileo's famous trial, unmuddled by propaganda or novelizations.
screenplays, and novelizations of movies, as well as less commercial
The authors explore tales and ballads such as "Beauty and the Beast," "Tam Lin," "Thomas the Rhymer," "The Little Mermaid," "The Wild Swans," "The Snow Queen" and others in terms of how they have been analyzed, reinterpreted and rewritten in different formats, including picture books for older readers, films, novelizations and other genres and media.
She then describes the ways that publishers milk fandom with monthly additions to the Star Trek universe and other less prominent media tie-ins and novelizations, and points out the rise in unequal collaborations between established authors who provide their name, the use of their fictional universe, and perhaps a story outline, and unknowns who do the actual writing.
to fairy tales (``Briar Rose,'' ``Pinocchio in Venice'') to movie novelizations (``You Must Remember This'').
Blish also wrote a number of children's books and novelizations of the television series Star Trek.
Among his 22 published books, Raymond Benson wrote six original James Bond novels, three film novelizations, and three short stories -- all published worldwide.
Arata Kano is no stranger to Shinkai's work as he has also written novelizations for the director's other films, which includes 'Voices of a Distant Star' and 'The Place Promised in Our Early Days.
Carriere got his start writing the novelizations for Jacques Tati films, earned his lone Oscar for the short "Heureux anniversaire " and adapted such tricky novels as "The Tin Drum" and "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" for the screen.
The Back to the Future Chronology—by The Coming Evil Trilogy" author Greg Mitchell and "Matter of Time: The Back to the Future Lexicon" scribe Rich Handley—explores the complex timelines of the BTTF mythos, as presented in the theatrical films, animated series, comic books, novelizations, card game, video games and more.
The siblings spent their childhood writing diary pages and stories, which, in adulthood, turned to more serious writings of poetry and novelizations.