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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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Choosing the wrong genre will lead you to boredom and limit you of your potential.
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.
Since the multi-protagonist genre is a recent occurrence, chapters one and two on the history and theory of the concept constitute a central part of the book.
Azcona's contribution stands out for its originality in proposing the multi-protagonist film as a genre in its own right.
To argue for a Romantic genre theory may seem surprising.
Divided into seven chapters according to genre (with the eighth and final chapter being an interview with Atwood), Engendering Genre adopts a pragmatic organization for its encompassing survey of Atwood's career and breadth of generic experimentation.
In the introduction, Moine references French cinema criticism and addresses the lack of French scholarship regarding genre studies.
New research shows that searching for the temporal aspects of songs - their rhythm - might be better to find music you like than using current automatic genre classifications.
concept of genre has generally been determined by (and restricted to)
Keith Whetter's ambitions in Understanding Genre and Medieval Romance are large, if we trust his title; their actual reach encompasses both less and more.
As if to cross over from the primary genre into another genre is like cheating on one's true love.