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Question 1: ________ are often divided into sub-genres.

Question 2: Setting (________, other historical fiction)
Revisionist WesternWestern (genre)Clint EastwoodCowboy

Question 3: Additionally, a genre such as satire, ________ or pastoral might appear in any of the above, not only as a sub-genre (see below), but as a mixture of genres.
AllegoryPlatoC. S. LewisJ. R. R. Tolkien

Question 4: Truth of general setting (speculative fiction - ________ - non-fiction)
PoetryNarrative modeHistorical fictionNovel

Question 5: Genres may easily be confused with literary techniques, but, though only loosely defined, they are not the same; examples are parody, ________, constrained writing, stream of consciousness.
One Thousand and One NightsStory within a storyFrame storyFable

Question 6: Dramatic poetry, instance, might include ________, tragedy, melodrama, and mixtures like tragicomedy.
SatireComedy (drama)Play (theatre)Comedy

Question 7: Occupation of a major character (medical fiction, legal thriller, ________, musical fiction, sports fiction)
AbolitionismSlave narrativeSlaveryAtlantic slave trade

Question 8: ________, Jacques The Law of Genre [Critical Inquiry] Vol.
Henri BergsonDeconstructionStructuralismJacques Derrida

Question 9: The most general genres in literature are (in loose chronological order) epic, tragedy,[1] ________, novel, short story, and creative nonfiction.
DramaSatireComedy (drama)Comedy

Question 10: The concept of "genre" has been criticized by ________.
DeconstructionHenri BergsonJacques DerridaStructuralism

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