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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgenregen‧re /ˈʒɒnrə $ ˈʒɑːnrə/ ●○○ noun [countable]  formalTYPE a particular type of art, writing, music etc, which has certain features that all examples of this type sharegenre of a new genre of film-making a literary genre
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genreScience fiction as a genre is relatively new.Younger audiences are becoming increasingly interested in bands of this musical grab-bag genre, and not only as a retro fad.The resulting book falls somewhere between the teen diary / confessional genre and the academic feminist treatise.Italian filmmakers made their own versions of the classic Hollywood genres - the western, the gangster film, the musical.This movie is much better than others of the horror genre.The comedia lacrimosa is a minor genre.The more highly constrained and ritualised the genre, the more likely we are to be able to identify norms.The genre is wider and more experimental and now has the element of pastiche.In the eighteenth century the first modern novelists recognized that these genres could be used to tell a story.
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