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Posedujem i veliki broj knjiga na drugim jezicima, pre svega engleskom... Written genres (more commonly known as literary genres) are those works of prose, poetry, drama, hybrid forms, or other literature that are distinguished by shared literary conventions, similarities in topic, theme, style, tropes, or common settings, character types, or formulaic patterns of character interactions and events, and an overall predictable form. Genres are not wholly fixed categories of writing, but their content evolves according to social and cultural contexts and contemporary questions of morals and morés. The most enduring genres are those literary forms that were defined and performed by the Ancient Greeks, definitions sharpened by the proscriptions of our earliest literary critics and rhetorical scholars such as Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, Aeschylus, Aspasia, Euripides and others. The prevailing genres of literary composition in Ancient Greece were all written and constructed to explore cultural, moral, or ethical questions; they were ultimately defined as the genres of epic, tragedy, and comedy. Aristotle`s proscriptive analysis of tragedy, for example, as expressed in his Rhetoric and Poetics, saw it as having six parts (music, diction, plot, character, thought, and spectacle) working together in particular ways. Thus Aristotle establishes one of the earliest delineations of the elements that define genre. Literary genres are often defined by the cultural expectations and needs of a particular historical and cultural moment or place. The major literary genres defined by topic are: Fantasy Science fiction Western Romance Thriller Mystery Detective story Dystopia. Other major genres are clustered together based on the form of how they are written, from the constrained syllables of a haiku to the controlled rhymes of a limerick. Memoir Biography Play Musical Satire Haiku Horror DIY (Do It Yourself) Dictionary Other genres are defined by their primary audiences: Young adult fiction Children`s literature Adult literature (often about sexual behavior) Genre categories: fiction and nonfiction A genre may fall under one of two categories: fiction and nonfiction. Any genre can be either a work of fiction (nonfactual descriptions and events invented by the author) or a work of nonfiction (a communication in which descriptions and events are understood to be factual). Common genres: fiction vampire, face of little green man, feather pen (quill) and fire-breathing dragon – to the right of that are scripted words `Speculative (over) Fiction`Speculative fiction Alternate history Fantasy fiction Science fiction Horror fiction Subsets of genres, known as common genres (or sub-genres), have developed from the types of genres in written expression. Classic – fiction that has become part of an accepted literary canon, widely taught in schools Comics/graphic novel – comic magazine or book based on a sequence of pictures (often hand-drawn) and words Contemporary – living or occurring at the same time Crime/detective – fiction about a crime, how the criminal gets caught and serve time, and the repercussions of the crime Fable – legendary, supernatural tale demonstrating a useful truth Fairy tale – story about fairies or other magical creatures Fan fiction – fiction written by a fan of, and featuring characters from, a particular TV series, movie, or book. Fantasy – fiction in an unreal setting that often includes magic, magical creatures, or the supernatural Folktale – the songs, stories, myths, and proverbs of a people or `folk` as handed down by word of mouth Historical fiction – story with fictional characters and events in a historical setting Horror – fiction in which events evoke a feeling of dread and sometimes fear in both the characters and the reader Humor – usually a fiction full of fun, fancy, and excitement, meant to entertain and sometimes cause intended laughter; but can be contained in all genres Legend – story, sometimes of a national or folk hero, that has a basis in fact but also includes imaginative material Magical realism – story where magical or unreal elements play a natural part in an otherwise realistic environment Meta fiction (also known as romantic irony in the context of Romantic works of literature) – uses self-reference to draw attention to itself as a work of art while exposing the `truth` of a story Mystery – fiction dealing with the solution of a crime or the revealing of secrets Mythology – legend or traditional narrative, often based in part on historical events, that reveals human behavior and natural phenomena by its symbolism; often pertaining to the actions of the gods Mythopoeia – fiction in which characters from religious mythology, traditional myths, folklore and/or history are recast into a re-imagined realm created by the author Picture book – picture storybook is a book with very little words and a lot of pictures; picture stories are usually for children Realistic fiction – story that is true to life Romance – genre which, place their primary focus on the relationship and romantic love between two people, and must have an `emotionally satisfying and optimistic ending. Science fiction – story based on the impact of actual, imagined, or potential science, often set in the future or on other planets Short story – fiction of great brevity, usually supports no subplots Suspense/thriller – fiction about harm about to befall a person or group and the attempts made to evade the harm Swashbuckler – story based on a time of pirates and ships and other related ideas, usually full of action Tall tale – humorous story with blatant exaggerations, such as swagger heroes who do the impossible with nonchalance Western – fiction set in the American Old West frontier and typically in the late nineteenth to early twentieth century Common genres: nonfiction Biography – a narrative of a person`s life; when the author is also the main subject, this is an autobiography or memoir Essay – a short literary composition that reflects the author`s outlook or point Owner`s manual (also Instruction manual, User`s guide) – an instructional book or booklet that is supplied with consumer products such as vehicles, home appliances, toys and computer peripherals Journalism – reporting on news and current events Lab report – a report of an experiment Memoir – factual story that focuses on a significant relationship between the writer and a person, place, or object; reads like a short novel Narrative nonfiction/personal narrative – factual information about a significant event presented in a format that tells a story Reference book – such as a dictionary, thesaurus, encyclopedia, almanac, or atlas Self-help book – information with the intention of instructing readers on solving personal problems Speech – public address or discourse Textbook – authoritative and detailed factual description of a thing Literary fiction vs. genre fiction Literary fiction is a term used to distinguish certain fictional works that possess commonly held qualities to readers outside genre fiction. Literary fiction has been defined as any fiction that attempts to engage with one or more truths or questions, hence relevant to a broad scope of humanity as a form of expression. Genre fiction is a term used to distinguish fictional works written with the intent of fitting into a specific literary genre, in order to appeal to readers and fans already familiar with that genre. There are many sources that help readers find and define literary fiction and genre fiction. Genres and subgenres Adventure novel Epic Imaginary voyage Lost world Men`s adventure Milesian tale Picaresque novel (picaresco) Apocalyptic Sea story Subterranean fiction British literature Children`s literature Young adult fiction Class S Light novel Education fiction Campus novel Campus murder mystery School story Romance Varsity novel Erotic fiction Erotic romance Picaresque novel (picaresco) Women`s erotica Experimental fiction Antinovel Ergodic literature Graphic novel Historical fiction Historical romance Metahistorical romance Historical mystery (also known as historical whodunit) Holocaust novels Plantation tradition Prehistoric fiction Regency novel Regency romance Contradiction Literary fiction Literary nonsense Mathematical fiction Metafiction Nonfiction novel Bildungsroman Biographical novel Autobiographical novel Semi-autobiographical novel I novel Slave narrative Contemporary slave narrative Neo-slave narrative Occupational fiction Hollywood novel Lab lit Legal thriller Medical fiction Medical romance Musical fiction Sports fiction Philosophical fiction Existentialist fiction Novel of ideas Platonic dialogues Political fiction Political satire Pulp fiction Quantum fiction Religious fiction Christian fiction Christian science fiction Contemporary Christian fiction Islamic fiction Jewish fiction Saga Family saga Speculative fiction Fantasy By setting Epic / high fantasy Hard fantasy Historical fantasy Prehistoric fantasy Medieval fantasy Wuxia Low fantasy Urban fantasy Paranormal romance By theme Comic fantasy Contemporary fantasy Dark fantasy Fantasy of manners Heroic fantasy Magic realism Mythic Paranormal fantasy Shenmo fantasy Superhero fantasy Sword and sorcery Horror Body horror Splatterpunk Erotic Gothic fiction Southern Gothic Psychological Supernatural / paranormal Cosmic (Lovecraftian) Ghost story Monster literature Jiangshi fiction Vampire fiction Werewolf fiction Occult detective Science fiction Alien invasion Post-apocalyptic Cyberpunk derivatives, aka punk Cyberpunk Biopunk Nanopunk Postcyberpunk Steampunk Atompunk Clockpunk Dieselpunk Dystopian Hard science fiction Military science fiction Parallel universe, aka alternative universe Alternative history Scientific romance Soft science fiction Space opera Speculative cross-genre fiction Bizarro fiction Climate fiction (cli-fi) Dying Earth Science fantasy Planetary romance Sword and planet Slipstream Weird fiction New Weird Suspense fiction Crime fiction Detective fiction Gong`an fiction Mystery fiction Thriller Mystery fiction Legal thriller Medical thriller Political thriller Spy fiction Psychological thriller Techno-thriller Tragedy Melodrama Urban fiction Westerns Women`s fiction Class S Femslash Matron literature Romance novel Yaoi Yuri Workplace tell-all General cross-genre Historical romance Juvenile fantasy LGBT pulp fiction Gay male pulp fiction Lesbian pulp fiction Lesbian erotica fiction Paranormal romance Romantic fantasy Tragicomedy Nonfiction genres These are genres belonging to the realm of nonfiction. Some genres listed may reappear throughout the list, indicating cross-genre status. Autograph Biography Memoir Autobiography Autobiographical novel Spiritual autobiography Bildungsroman Slave narrative Contemporary slave narrative Neo-slave narrative Commentary Creative nonfiction Critique Canonical criticism Form criticism Higher criticism Historical criticism Lower criticism Narrative criticism Postmodern criticism Psychological criticism Redaction criticism Rhetorical criticism Social criticism Source criticism Textual criticism Cult literature Diaries and journals Didactic Dialectic Rabbinic Aporetic Elenctic Erotic literature Essay, treatise History Academic history Genealogy Narrative People`s history Popular history Official history Narrative history Whig history Lament Law Ceremonial Family Levitical Moral Natural Royal decree Social Letter Manuscript Philosophy Metaphysics Poetry Religious text Apocalyptic Apologetics Chant Confession Covenant Creed Epistle Pauline epistle General epistle Encyclical Gospel Homily Koan Lectionary Liturgy Mysticism Occult literature Prayer Philosophy Philosophical theology Philosophy of religion Religious epistemology Prophecy Blessing/Curse Messianic prophecy Divination Oracle Woe oracle Prediction Vision Revelation Natural revelation Special revelation Scripture Buddhist texts Lotus Sutra Tripitaka Christian literature Apocrypha Encyclical New Testament Old Testament Patristic Anti-Nicene Post-Nicene Psalms Imprecatory psalm Pseudepigrapha Hindu literature Bhagavad Gita Vedas Islamic literature Haddith Quran Jewish literature Hebrew poetry Song Dirge Hymn Sutra Theology Apologetics Biblical theology Cosmology hristology Ecclesiology Eschatology Hamartiology Pneumatology ariology Natural theology Soteriology Theology proper Wisdom literature Scientific writing Testament True crime