This is my first question.
I am trying to figure out the following:
In a text, where a conversation is detailed which took place over multiple days, but between the same two people, mostly in direct speech. Should this be mentioned as a series of dialogues or a dialogue? For example, 'This is a series of dialogues between him and her.' OR 'This is a dialogue between him and her.'
Somewhere else in the same text, should I refer to the conversations as dialogues or dialogue? For example, 'These dialogues are different from others.' OR 'This dialogue is different from others.'
I think answer to point 1 will answer point 2 to a great extent. Please let me know if more information is required from me.
EDIT: Found only this resource where series of dialogues is used to explain the definition. However, I am unable to get a clear idea on whether it should be singular for point 2 or not. Link to researched resource - Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Looking forward to learning something new.