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genre

noun breed, category, character, class, denomination, description, designation, division, form, generic class, genus, group, nature, species, specific category, specific class, specific type, type, variety
See also: class, denomination, kind, style
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unchanging models, a more valuable and helpful theory of genre would
HYDERABAD -- The Sindhi Language Authority (SLA) has selected eight best authors of 2017 for as many works in different genres of the language.
Host Jimmy Fallon started the game by performing Ed Sheeran's 'Shape Of You' in a Ska genre to show how the challenge should be done.
The first section, "Genre at the End of Postmodernism," includes five essays that analyze postmodernism's vitality "through the lens of the particular poetic of genre prevalent today" (7).
In some cases, the tutor may be an expert in the genre the writer is working in; they are therefore referred to as a specialist tutor.
The persuasive means tend to be fairly predictable in this genre. After the opening move, the student sketches out key skills and qualifications, presenting a relevant academic and extracurricular self.
Because for me, two of the most generative and generous gifts that Ross Chambers contributed to my professional and intellectual life come through his rethinking of genre, and through his dialogues with and commentaries on Anne Freadman's work on poststructuralist rhetoric and genre-awareness.
As Reyes argues, a serious, sustained examination of the genre's corporeal elements "opens up the gothic to an area little visited and removed from the spiritual, the suggestive or the repressed, namely, the empiricist and phenomenological nightmare of the inescapability of corporeality" (18).
Depuis quelques annees, nous avons commence a traiter de plus en plus de personnes qui remettent en question leur identite de genre. C'est ainsi que le mandat de notre centre s'est elargi pour inclure non seulement la detresse reliee a l'orientation sexuelle mais aussi a l'identite de genre.
Advisory Guide to Genre Blends offers something most literary assessments do not: the opportunity to read outside the genre box.
Dracula (1966) and Jesse James meets Frankenstein's Daughter (1966) to films where the undead characters are not physically dead, like Sergio Leone's Once Upon a time in the West (1968) or Gore Verbinski's Rango (2011), also touching upon such classics of the hybrid genre as John Carpenter's Vampires and Robert Rodriguez's From Dusk Till Dawn.
After only fourteen years of applying the rationale and pedagogical tenets of a genre process approach I posited in my 1998 dissertation (a portion of which I adapted for a chapter in The Outcomes Book), I am starting to get it right.