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Dictionary English German: [novel]

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English German
epic {adj} [novel]
491
monumental
newfangled {adj} [pej.] [of a new kind or fashion, needlessly novel]
194
neumodisch [pej.]
racy {adj} [behavior, novel]
132
anzüglich
sloppy {adj} [film, novel]
34
schmalzig [ugs.]
gothic {adj} [novel, play, film]
19
Schauer-
epistolary {adj} [e.g. form, correspondence, style, novel]
10
Brief- [z. B. Form, Wechsel, Stil, Roman]
new {adj} [novel]
10
neuartig
espionage {adj} [attr.] [e.g. activities, mission, network, novel]
5
Spionage- [z. B. Aktivitäten, Mission, Netzwerk, Roman]
novelistic {adj} [like a novel]romanhaft [wie in einem Roman]
spy {adj} [attr.] [e.g. film, novel, plane, ring, satellite]Spionage- [z. B. Film, Roman, Flugzeug, Ring, Satellit]
Verbs
lit. to adapt sth. [e.g. a novel for the stage or screen]
480
etw.Akk. bearbeiten [z. B. einen Roman für die Bühne oder den Film]
to project sth. [an image e.g. in a novel, an account]
364
etw. entwerfen [Bild einer Person etc.]
to pummel sth. [fig.] [novel, film etc.]
49
etw.Akk. vernichten [fig.] [Roman, Film etc.] [durch Kritiken verreißen]
to repackage [edition, novel, record]
11
aufmotzen [ugs.]
journ. publ. to serialize sth. [Am.] [novel, story, chronicle etc.]etw.Akk. in Fortsetzungen veröffentlichen
Nouns
film lit. figure [personality, character in a novel etc.]
705
Gestalt {f} [Person, Persönlichkeit, Figur in einem Roman etc.]
lit. sequel [of a novel]
292
Nachfolgeroman {m}
film lit. theatre character [e.g. play, novel]
232
Figur {f}
film [film based on a novel]
103
Literaturverfilmung {f} [Film, der auf einem Roman basiert]
writer [of a novel, an article, a letter, etc.]
89
Verfasser {m}
lit. sequel [of a novel]
25
Romanfortsetzung {f}
device [in a novel, film etc.]
15
Einfall {m} [in Buch, Film etc.]
lit. personage [character in a play, novel]
9
Figur {f} [in einem Roman, Stück]
lit. [novel of character development]
8
Bildungsroman {m}
lit. [novel concerned with the author's critical analysis of the age in which s/he lives]
6
Zeitroman {m}
lit. characters {pl} [all characters of a novel]
6
Personal {n} [Romanfiguren]
lit. [novel based on real events but using changed names]
5
Schlüsselroman {m}
lit. theatre structure [drama, novel]
5
Anlage {f} [Drama, Roman]
Babbitt [Am.] [dated] [after the main character of Sinclair Lewis' 1922 novel Babbitt.]Babbitt {m} [geschäftstüchtiger nordamerikanischer Spießbürger]
insipidness [of person, novel, lyrics]Geistlosigkeit {f}
lit. novelette [esp. Br.] [pej.] [short novel with shallow content](kurzer) Groschenroman {m}
lit. novelette [esp. Br.] [pej.] [short novel with shallow content](kurzer) Kitschroman {m} [pej.]
lit. novelette [short novel]Kurzroman {m}
lit. tec [coll.] [dated] [detective novel]Krimi {m} [ugs.] [Kriminalroman]
timescale [in novel, drama etc.]zeitlicher Rahmen {m}
lit. western [novel]Wildwestroman {m}
2 Words: Others
adapted from {prep} [e.g. a film adapted from a novel by ...]nach [+Dat.] [z. B. ein Film nach einem Roman von ...]
sth. is about sth. [e.g. The novel is about ...]etw. handelt von etw.Dat. [z. B. Der Roman handelt von ...]
2 Words: Verbs
to turn down [candidate, novel, offer etc.]ablehnen
2 Words: Nouns
hist. lit. chivalric romance [chivalric novel]Ritterroman {m}
lit. fictional character [novel]Romanfigur {f}
lit. gothic romance [gothic novel]Schauerroman {m}
lit. literary success [novel]Romanerfolg {m}
lit. magical novel [also: magic novel, novel of magic]Zauberroman {m}
lit. military fiction [war novel]Militärroman {m}
lit. spine-chiller [novel]Schauerroman {m}
3 Words: Others
Ship of Fools [film: Stanley Kramer, novel: Katherine Ann Porter]Das Narrenschiff
3 Words: Nouns
lit. an easy read [novel]ein Unterhaltungsroman {m}
5+ Words: Nouns
The Land of the Delight Makers [archaic nickname suggested by George Wharton James; name from The Delight Makers, novel by Adolph F. Bandelier][historischer bzw. veralteter Spitzname für New Mexico, USA]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
lit. F (The) Broken Wings [novel: Khalil Gibran]Gebrochene Flügel
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