What I found is that in grades 1-6 reading lists are--obviously--with books of the utopia sub-genre
and the 6-8 grades reading lists suggest a departure from the utopia sub-genre
towards the carnivalesque sub-genre
Her method is conventional but effective, devoting chapters to each of the identified sub-genres
and dealing in each with several case studies, never more than four, but enriching plot synopses with her analysis, criticism, and comment, and citing numerous other novels and studies which have touched on her subject--about a fifth of the book is given over to the notes, bibliography, and index.
That Western parodies are a sub-genre
of the Western is supported by Cawelti's argument that parodies are an inevitable part of the life cycle of a genre:
The difference between the wainscot wizarding world and the dominant culture (Muggles) in the series, however, is not a physical difference such as size (as in the Borrowers tetralogy), conformity (the Borribles books), or socioeconomic status (Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere) as is usual in this sub-genre
broadcast interview" is probably best seen as a sub-genre
of "interview," differing mainly in terms of the setting, and business letters differ from social letters mainly in terms of domain).
Bergen in Norway probably has the same complaint because the 96-minute film spends quite a time focusing on that city's 'Black Metal' scene and the burning of churches by fans and practitioners of that particular sub-genre
of hard rock.
Gays and lesbians were notably absent from two other "boomer retreat" sub-genre
films, John Sayles's Return of the Secaucus Seven (1980) and Lawrence Kasdan's The Big Chill (1983); a glaring absence, considering the massive influence the gay liberation movement had on this generation.
In this excellent entry in the sub-genre
of military SF, a 14th-century army, led by Sir George Wincaster, is miraculously rescued from drowning at sea by a spaceship.
And he's not only commercializing this once underground poetry sub-genre
, but he's forging a slam poetry multi-media franchise including books, television, film, CDs and even clothes.
As a sub-genre
of autobiography that focuses on the selected events of a life, the memoir underscores the agency of the author, freeing her from the constraints of the conventional chronological structure of autobiography.
After introducing sons writing about fathers as a sub-genre
, Mansfield (an independent scholar affiliated with the U.
Andrew Melvin, who joined the paper in 1997, has written The Policeman of Secrets, a novel in the science fiction sub-genre
known as steampunk.
14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- National Retail Federation Convention -- Based on an analysis of more than a half million public posts on message boards, blogs, social media sites and news sources, IBM (NYSE: IBM) predicts that 'steampunk,' a sub-genre
inspired by the clothing, technology and social mores of Victorian society, will be a major trend to bubble up, and take hold, of the retail industry.
IN the notoriously underperforming area of movie tieins, it's the comic book characters that have often come to the rescue of this sub-genre
Ed McBain was also a hugely influential figure in crime fiction, and his 87th Precinct novels introduced the sub-genre
of the police procedural.