Literature needs to be translated, not just linguistically, but chronologically.
One should read them chronologically to get the full effect of the dialogue between them.
Ideally you'll record your judgments as you go, but chronologically reviewing your day hour-by-hour is a reasonable substitute.
“We planned to shoot this chronologically and not reveal the scenes to the actors,” Nguyen said.
For the first time, one can see the development of his work from 1979 to today, chronologically.
Bulwer's work may be classified according to subject, though not chronologically.
chronologically arranged from the Death of Charlemagne to the present Time.
The chief events, social as well as political, chronologically arranged in 27 periods.
It is difficult, however, to see where this statement can be chronologically fitted in.
A conversation that occurred at least ten years after the session of '74 belongs here logically, if not chronologically.