genre的的用法,genre怎么读美 ['ʒɑnrə] 英 ['ʒɒnrə]
a particular type or style of literature, art, film or music that you can recognize because of its special features
one of the categories, based on form, style, or subject matter, into which artistic works of all kinds can be divided.
painting depicting household scenes
a particular style used in cinema, writing, or art, which can be recognized by certain features
I do not know which genre my novel belongs to, not novel, not the historical book. As for me the genre is apparently not important.
At first glance, it seems like the sort of story that falls in with the rest of the modern genre.
But while Smith does indeed deliver a superbly wicked example of that genre, this is only a small part of her achievement.
Fantasy as a genre is often unfairly maligned.
"I've never really seen a film of this genre where the sex appeal of the female characters came second, " she said.
Genre study should be made to major executive decisions in accordance with its value objectives and its inherent requirements.
If its a genre I am not familiar with, let me hear some music close it to to get an idea of what you want.
For this reason, some of the work's admirers have had trouble confining the novels to any one genre.
Not to mention everything he writes seems to be phone book sized, which would fit right in with the fantasy genre.
The bodys breach of and transcendence over the conventions of the theatrical genre is energized by the rebellious nature of Bashu culture.