Examples of naturalism in a Sentence
a major exponent of naturalism, Theodore Dreiser depicted life's harsh realities unflinchingly and without moral judgment
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Much of it owes to a strong sense of naturalism, though, from the setting and character details.
No matter: All are equally done in by the final scene, a bonkers scherzo in which the quasi naturalism is swept away by what is meant to be the joyful surrealism of children’s theater.
Green, who emerged as a director making small-scale indie dramas such as George Washington and All the Real Girls, returns to the naturalism of his earlier work with Stronger.
On Blade Runner 2049, Deakins brought his knack for naturalism, forged during his early career days in docs, to a futuristic world, one that builds on the influential work of Ridley Scott’s 1982 neo-noir original.
Its immediacy comes in part from the brisk naturalism of the performances and the nimbleness and fluidity of the editing.
One is fast-paced, heightened, and surprising in its emotion, while the other operates in poetic naturalism, with a lyrical tone and accompanying energy.
With characteristic naturalism and a one-of-a-kind poetic touch, Renoir captures an unfamiliar milieu with a grace and sensitivity uncommon to even the era’s most lauded American auteurs.
Like many other wines, it’s been improved by naturalism
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