dramaturgic

[ dram-uh-tur-jee, drah-muh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dramaturgic

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Molire's training as an actor does affect the dramaturgic quality of his comedies.

In this dramaturgic discussion, the mere reader need take no great interest.

Must he be untrue to the fundamentals of dramaturgic art in order to earn her tolerance?

It was obviously Vitet, not Hugo, who subsequently came up to Beyle's dramaturgic ideal.

It is the dramaturgic gift raised to its highest power, though that power be expended upon base metal.

Ibsen, in sheer mastery of dramaturgic means, stands fourth in rank among the world's great dramatists.

The man himself, I think, was better than the dramaturgic artist catering to the public market.

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