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For questions pertaining to terms used in the study of literature, including the names of the genres, tropes, terms used for analysis, and so forth.

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to be invented since there was no term in widespread use. This is a common feature of SF Encyclopedia thematic entries: the editors had to develop much of the terminology they needed as they wrote it. …
answered Jan 18 by Gareth Rees
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TL;DR: Orwell’s ‘good bad’ poetry is ‘bad’ because it is superficial (lacking in aesthetic, intellectual, psychological or moral depth), but ‘good’ because it is skilfully written and enjoyable to rea …
answered Feb 22 '18 by Gareth Rees