Diorama

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Diorama

A three-dimensional model, especially of a real or historical event. For example, a miniature or full scale model of Appomattox Courthouse on the day that General Robert E. Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant may be called a diorama.
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When compared with Kafka's dioramic reflections of 1911 Janouch's recollection would seem to ring true in capturing his particular psycho-physiological disposition as well as the ambivalence that conveys his increasingly defensive attitude about the emerging cultural phenomenon of cinema.
I submit that this combination of excursions and jaunts, high and low entertainments, serious study and pleasurable reading shapes Virginia Woolf's consciousness, and leaves a variegated trace on her adult works; history is real and artificial, dioramic and malleable, and monumental and imposing.
For the representation of the first scene, which was of a dioramic character, and represented the tempest-tossed bark [.
The American Treasures product is first to star in Karastan's dedicated space, decorating a dioramic display that runs 40 feet along one wall and stands 10 feet high.
Memory Lane, a dioramic interpretation of a rural 1940s-era home, is the dramatic result.
Three dioramic panels will feature advertising on two panels and a public service announcement-such as information about bus routes or the transit system-on the third.