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While Ryan Hansen is the main fictionalized actor character, there will be a bunch of others joining in on the fun, like, Joel McHale ("Community"), Eric Christian Olsen ("NCIS: LA"), Jon Cryer ("Two and a Half Men"), Donald Faison ("Scrubs") and, yes, Bell.
Muchiri compares two novels from the 2000s, both of which present fictionalized wars in nations that resemble Republic of Congo and Cote d'Ivoire: Emmanuel Dongala's Johnny Chien Mechant (Johnny Mad Dog), and Sony Labou Tansi's La Vie et Demie (Life and a Half).
Jander presents detailed readings of essays that most successfully realize the potential of the fictionalized essay.
Author of Topher, Breath of a Ghost, and What They Don't Know, Horrocks's story is a fictionalized retelling of growing up in a small Mennonite community.
Fictionalized (actually, composite) characters and situations are introduced to help the reader absorb the lessons more readily, and the book concludes with an extensive diagram of the "roadmap" organizations can follow to "win an MWB.
Indeed, each of the 52 chapters could successfully stand alone as brilliantly presented short stories as the boys meet fictionalized versions of a series of memorable characters ranging from civil rights activist James Meredith to Nobel Prize winning author William Faulkner.
A documentary about real-life theater summer camp Stagedoor Manor in the Catskills, fictionalized in the movie Camp.
Meanwhile Tate-LaBianca, his fictionalized courtroom shot of Susan Atkins and friends at their Manson family sentencing, is as interesting for the games it plays with history and memory as it is for anything in the image itself.
The dolls come with books offering a fictionalized account of a girl's life for the time period the doll represents.
Rot on the Vine: The Many Dark Faces of Religion is a collection of writings--some fictionalized "what-if" essays but mostly matter-of-fact expositions--that explore the side of religion that is perverted to serve human greed, hatred, hypocricy, and intolerance.
The End Of Forever: The Story Of Mekinges And William Conner by Denise Page Caraher is a novel for young adults, based upon a libretto written by the author, which in turn draws upon history, thought with some fictionalized characters and accounts.
It is the fictionalized account of a 73-71 BCE slave revolt against pre-Imperial Rome.