- Here are entered works on the theory of fiction genres and works discussing fiction genres collectively. Works on a specific fiction genre are entered under the heading for the genre, e.g. [Science fiction.]
- Genre fiction
- Genres, Fiction
- Literary form
- found: Work cat.: What do I read next? c1991 (genre fiction)
- found: LC database, March 17, 1992 (Genre fiction)
- found: Web. 3 (Genre (gen. def. only; not related to fiction))
- found: Polking. Writer's encyclopedia, 1983: p. 142 (Genre fiction is a term used in the publishing industry to describe commercial novels, such as mysteries, romances, and science fiction)
- found: Handbk. lit. terms, 1980: p. 80 (any group of writings with well-defined common characteristics forms a genre)
Here are entered works on the theory of fiction genres and works discussing fiction genres collectively. Works on a specific fiction genre are entered under the heading for the genre, e.g. [Science fiction.]
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