Definition of narrativize in English:

narrativize

Syllabification: nar·ra·tiv·ize
Pronunciation: /ˈnarətiˌvīz
 
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verb

[with object]
Present or interpret (something such as experience or theory) in the form of a story or narrative.
More example sentences
  • As others have pointed out, narrativizing the event is different from storytelling.
  • Nevertheless the overdetermining nature of violence means each event is quickly narrativized into the logic of patriots, martyrs or betrayals.
  • Indeed, the novel narrativizes the reception of the almanac in such a way as to keep it from being the property of only one nation or imagined community.

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