genres

[ zhahn-ruh; French zhahn-ruh ]SEE DEFINITION OF genres
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But I prefer the idea that there are no genres, or that there is but one only.

On the basis of confusion of genres, Franklin disliked the opera.

One of the excuses made by writers who do not know how to write, is the diversity of genres.

M. Brunetire spoke with ingenious boldness of the evolution of the genres.

One tradition stressed the "lowness" of satire, in itself and compared with other genres.

One of those types resembled Blackmore's objection to a mixing of genres.

One of the features which distinguish the poetry of the symbolists is the mixing of genres.