In fact, the more you know about Watergate, the more you will enjoy his novelistic re-creation of that remarkable time.
He admired Tom Wolfe, and he had shockingly grand, novelistic aspirations of capturing full men.
The best thing about my favorite Sayles film, Lone Star, is precisely how layered and novelistic it feels.
A skilled writer, Mukherjee tells the “biography” of cancer with novelistic detail and drama.
Her name is Rula Jebreal and the book is Miral, her novelistic rendering of her upbringing in a (Palestinian) Israeli orphanage.
Dramatic fiction has the greater depth, and novelistic fiction has the greater breadth.
It was a pen name devised by the feminine member of the novelistic firm.
In short, his place is unique, apart from the normal lines of novelistic development.
You know, Primrose, my gifts lie in the poetic and novelistic line.
Certain materials of fiction are inherently epic, or dramatic, or novelistic, as the case may be.