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non-realistic Line breaks: non-realis¦tic

Definition of non-realistic in English:

adjective

Not representing something in way that is accurate and true to life: a stylized, non-realistic image
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  • As a taste for non-realistic forms of fiction established itself, Gothic settings and character-types reappeared regularly as part of the repertoire of serious fiction.
  • The amount of information is not altered, for instance, by switching from the realistic mode of representation of conventional perspective to the non-realistic mode of, say, reverse perspective.
  • Thus even non-realistic depictions that do not purport to represent faithfully events and persons still tend to make the audience feel that they have experienced history.

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