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Natura mortua est subgenus picturae. Hic, Natura mortua cum cepis, opus Pauli Cézanne, 1895–1900.

Genus (-eris, n.) est quaelibet categoria aesthetica quae etenim varias figuras artium vel culturae praebet, exempli gratia litteras,[1][2] musicam, picturam, sculpturam. Cuique arti sunt suum genus et eius subgenera.

In genere cinematographico,[3] in exemplo, sunt comoedia et drama, duo magni subgenerum greges, sed etiam sunt varia subgenera varie appellata, inter quae cinematographi vel pellicula activa (vel actionis), adolescentium (teen film), animata, artium martialium (de artibus martialibus, bellica (de bello), calamitatum, casuum, commercialis (blockbuster), de serie B (B-film), documentaria, epica,[4] erotica, exspectationis (Anglice thriller), experimentalis fictionis scientificae (de fictione scientifica), "gore," historica (de rebus historicis), infantium, cinematographia musica (de rebus theatri musici), "nigra," occidentalis (Anglice western), phantastica (de phantasia), politica (de politia), cinematographia pornographica (pornographia adultis dicata), terroris.

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Fishelov 1993.
  2. Duff 2000.
  3. Grant et Kurtz 2016.
  4. Elliot 2014.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Budick, Emily Miller. 1996. Nineteenth-century American romance: genre and the construction of democratic culture. Novi Eboraci: Twayne Publishers; Londinii: Prentice Hall International. ISBN 0805709606.
  • Duff, David. 2000. Modern genre theory. Harloviae Angliae; Novi Eboraci: Longman. ISBN 0582368065, ISBN 0582368057.
  • Elliot, Andrew B. R., ed. 2014. The return of the epic film: genre, aesthetics and history in the twenty-first century. Edimburgi: Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748684021, ISBN 0748684026.
  • Fishelov, David. 1993. Metaphors of genre: the role of analogies in genre theory. University Park Pennsylvaniae: Pennsylvania State University Press. ISBN 0271008865.
  • Fountas, Irene C., et Gay Su Pinnell, eds. 2012. Genre study: teaching with fiction and nonfiction books: grades K-8+. Portsmouth Novae Hantoniae: Heinemann. ISBN 9780325028743, ISBN 0325028745.
  • Grant, Barry Keith, et Malisa Kurtz, eds. 2016. Notions of genre: writings on popular film before genre theory. Austin: University of Texas Press. ISBN 9781477303757, ISBN 9781477311080.
  • Happé Peter, et Wim Hüsken. 2012. Les mystères: studies in genre, text and theatricality. Amstelodami et Novi Eboraci: Rodopi. ISBN 9789042034891 (charta), ISBN 9789401207669 (liber electronicus).
  • Peters, Michael A., ed. 2009. Academic writing, philosophy and genre. Chichester Sussexiae Occidentalis; Malden Massachusettiae: Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 9781405194006, ISBN 1405194006.
  • Zanker, Graham. 2004. Modes of viewing in Hellenistic poetry and art. Madisoniae: University of Wisconsin Press. ISBN 0299194507.