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In fact, college football (which has its own problems, no doubt) somehow manages to exist without the catch-no catch psychodrama, even though the rules are basically the same.
But these scenes, however brilliantly realized, have little to do with the plot propelling the novel, a psychodrama about shifts in power, shifts in mental health, and a fixation upon children.
The never-ending psychodrama that is Nick Kyrgios’s career will provide another installment, this one with a local flavor.
An enthralling, rapturous psychodrama set in the world of 1950s London high fashion, the duo’s latest collaboration stars Day-Lewis as Reynolds Woodcock, a celebrated dressmaker who lives by a prim-and-proper daily (and artistic) routine.
The Astors’ three-generation psychodrama made for a juicier book.
As the story unfolds, the past catches up to the present and Mr. Sorkin keeps trying to invest Molly’s story with meaning, mostly through a little family psychodrama and some deeply unpersuasive feminism, including by casting her as a victim of men.
From the start, Mother! is a married-couple psychodrama taking place in a rural, isolated house against the backdrop of mysterious and supernatural goings on.
Lee is an artist who creates highly personal performance pieces, a new variation on old-fashioned psychodrama combined with a New Age overlay.
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psychodramaticplay \-kō-drə-ˈmat-ik\ adjective
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