01. He has played various [genres] of music throughout his career, from jazz to disco to rock and even a bit of country and western.
02. She doesn't like to read anything that isn't in the detective [genre].
03. Quentin Tarentino has redefined the kung fu movie [genre] with his instant classic, "Kill Bill."
04. Distinct styles, [genres] and forms of instrumental music emerged in Europe between 1450 and 1550.
05. Author Edgar Allan Poe invented the [genre] of the detective story with the publication of his story "The Murders in the Rue Morgue."
06. Franz Grillparzer once noted that in writing, the real [genres] are simply good and bad.
07. Goethe once suggested that one of the most striking signs of the decay of art is the intermixing of different [genres].
08. She had a successful career for over 40 years, writing over 50 novels in the romance [genre] for generations of women.
09. The art of Pieter Bruegel shows a synthesis of Christian [genre] and Classical imagery.
10. Jan Vermeer's entire painting career consisted of only 35 pictures, most of which were interior [genre] scenes.
11. My favorite book [genre] is science fiction, but my girlfriend loves mysteries.
12. He has produced movies of various [genres], including action, drama, comedy and science fiction films.
13. In today's schools, where writing is used as a way of encouraging clear thinking, it seems that reading a variety of literary [genres] has a positive effect on writing.
14. Children at the elementary school level should be exposed to a wide range of [genres] in literature.
15. He and I like films of completely different [genres]: he likes action, and I like romances.

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