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genre
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Anna Karenina
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  • But he had found a girl—he’d show her to Vronsky—a marvel, exquisite, in the strict Oriental style, "genre of the slave Rebecca, don’t you know."
  • He had a ready appreciation of art, and probably, with a taste for imitating art, he supposed himself to have the real thing essential for an artist, and after hesitating for some time which style of painting to select—religious, historical, realistic, or genre painting—he set to work to paint.

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  • Jazz is his favorite musical genre.
  • They divided films into eleven main genres: action, adventure, comedy, crime, drama, historical, horror, musical, science fiction, war, and western.

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