Definition of Fictionalisation

1. Noun. A literary work based partly or wholly on fact but written as if it were fiction.

Exact synonyms: Fictionalization
Generic synonyms: Literary Composition, Literary Work
Derivative terms: Fictionalise, Fictionalize



2. Noun. Writing in a fictional form.
Exact synonyms: Fabrication, Fictionalization
Generic synonyms: Authorship, Composition, Penning, Writing
Derivative terms: Fabricate, Fictionalise, Fictionalize

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Literary usage of Fictionalisation

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1. At the Crossroads: Ict Policy Making in East Africa by Florence Ebam Etta, Laurent Elder (2005)
"... fictionalisation of descriptions of the policy process, stated that 'what is needed is... understanding of the policy process, which takes far better ..."

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