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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

The Critical Idiom is a book series by Methuen Publishing.

The Absurd by Arnold P. Hinchliffe Aestheticism by R. V. Johnson Allegory by John MacQueen The Ballad by Alan Norman Bold Biography by Alan Shelston Burlesque by John D. Jump Classicism by Dominique Secretan Comedy by Moelwyn Merchant Comedy of Manners by David L. Hirst The Conceit by K.K. Ruthven Dada and Surrealism by C. W. E. Bigsby Drama and the Dramatic by S. W. Dawson Dramatic Monologue by Alan Sinfield The Epic by Paul Merchant Expressionism by R. S. Furness Fancy and Imagination by R. L. Brett Farce by Jessica Milner Davis Genre by Heather Dubrow The Grotesque by Philip Thomson Irony by D.C. Muecke (2nd edition published in 1982 as: Irony and the Ironic) Lyric by David Lindley Melodrama by James L. Smith Metaphor by Terence Hawkes Metre, Rhyme and Free Verse by G. S. Fraser Modern Verse Drama by Arnold P. Hinchliffe Modernism by Peter Faulkner Myth by K. K. Ruthven Naturalism by Lilian R. Furst and Peter N. Skrine The Ode by John D. Jump Pastoral by Peter V. Marinelli The Picaresque by Harry Sieber The Pot by Elizabeth Dipple Primitivism by Michael Bell Realism by Damian Grant Rhetoric by Peter Dixon The Romance by Gillian Beer Romanticism by Lilian R. Furst Satire by Arthur Pollard The Short Story by Ian Reid The Sonnet by John Fuller The Stanza by Ernst Haublein Symbolism by Charles Chadwick Tragedy by Clifford Leech Tragicomedy by David L. Hirst

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