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Spell check of portrayal

Correct spelling: portrayal

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Examples of usage:

1) He also says it is impossible to refuse to see poetic character in the novel, for this deals with the creation of character and the portrayal of passions. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

2) The theory was antagonistic to the introduction of ideas, of humanitarian motives, of tendencies to the portrayal of life and the analysis of emotions. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

3) He was not satisfied to read of a wonderful portrayal of a passion, done as a lesson in psychology without any moral comments by the author. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.