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!!Indexes
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!!!Subgenres
* RomanticComedy
* QueerRomance
* YaoiGenre
* YuriGenre

!!!Works
* RomanceGame
* RomanceNovel
* RomanceWebcomics
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But nowadays, the commonest meaning is that the Romance [[{{Genres}} genre]] is about people falling in love. See RomanceNovel for more and LoveTropes for many tropes typical of this definition.

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But nowadays, the commonest most common meaning is that the Romance [[{{Genres}} genre]] is about people falling in love. See RomanceNovel for more and LoveTropes for many tropes typical of this definition.


It is also used, in the tradition of the chivalric romance complicated plot threads and sometimes RandomEventsPlot, as a contrast to classical, denoting works with a wild miscellany of events, a luxuriant degree of detail and complexity (not necessarily organized), in contrast to an aesthetic of simplicity and purity.

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It is also used, used as a contrast to "classical"; in the tradition of the chivalric romance complicated plot threads and sometimes RandomEventsPlot, as a contrast to classical, denoting it, in this sense, denotes works with a wild miscellany of events, a luxuriant degree of detail and complexity (not necessarily organized), in contrast to an aesthetic of simplicity and purity.


It is also used, in the tradition of the chivalric romance complicated plot threads and sometimes RandomEventsPlot, as a contrast to classical, denoting works with a wild miscellany of events, often ill-organized, in contrast to an aesthetic of simplicity and purity.

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It is also used, in the tradition of the chivalric romance complicated plot threads and sometimes RandomEventsPlot, as a contrast to classical, denoting works with a wild miscellany of events, often ill-organized, a luxuriant degree of detail and complexity (not necessarily organized), in contrast to an aesthetic of simplicity and purity.


Romance is a word of many historical meanings. Starting with the ChivalricRomance, where it meant "work written in the vernacular." From that, it derived the meaning of tales of drama, adventure, and larger than life characters and often magical elements and strange monsters. Hence, writers speak of Creator/{{Shakespeare}}'s romances, and PlanetaryRomance, and RuritanianRomance. It is the source of the name of {{Romanticism}}. To this day, "romantic" is used as a contrast to "[[{{Realism}} realistic]]" from the movement.

But nowadays, the commonest meaning is that the Romance [[{{Genres}} genre]] is about people falling in love. The genre is much more complicated than simply sighs, embraces, and bodice ripping wrapped in a lurid RomanceNovel book jacket. A romance focuses on the interpersonal relationships of characters and how those actions, thoughts, and circumstances drive people apart and bring them back together.

See LoveTropes for many of the tropes typical of the Romance genre.

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Romance is a word of many historical meanings. Starting with the ChivalricRomance, where it meant "work written in the vernacular." "

From that, it derived the meaning of tales of drama, adventure, and larger than life characters and often magical elements and strange monsters. Hence, writers speak of Creator/{{Shakespeare}}'s romances, and PlanetaryRomance, and RuritanianRomance. It is the source of the name of {{Romanticism}}.

To this day, "romantic" is used as a contrast to "[[{{Realism}} realistic]]" from the movement.

movement. This can reflect anything from pure magic to the use of atypical, exaggerated characters for heroes and villains, clear conflicts, and definite resolutions.

It is also used, in the tradition of the chivalric romance complicated plot threads and sometimes RandomEventsPlot, as a contrast to classical, denoting works with a wild miscellany of events, often ill-organized, in contrast to an aesthetic of simplicity and purity.

But nowadays, the commonest meaning is that the Romance [[{{Genres}} genre]] is about people falling in love. The genre is much more complicated than simply sighs, embraces, and bodice ripping wrapped in a lurid See RomanceNovel book jacket. A romance focuses on the interpersonal relationships of characters for more and how those actions, thoughts, and circumstances drive people apart and bring them back together.

See
LoveTropes for many of the tropes typical of the Romance genre.this definition.


Romance is a word of many historical meanings. Starting with the ChivalricRomance, where it meant "work written in the vernacular." From that, it derived the meaning of tales of drama, adventure, and larger than life characters and often magical elements and strange monsters. Hence, writers speak of Creator/{{Shakespeare}}'s romances, and PlanetaryRomance, and RuritanianRomance.

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Romance is a word of many historical meanings. Starting with the ChivalricRomance, where it meant "work written in the vernacular." From that, it derived the meaning of tales of drama, adventure, and larger than life characters and often magical elements and strange monsters. Hence, writers speak of Creator/{{Shakespeare}}'s romances, and PlanetaryRomance, and RuritanianRomance.
RuritanianRomance. It is the source of the name of {{Romanticism}}. To this day, "romantic" is used as a contrast to "[[{{Realism}} realistic]]" from the movement.

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Romance is a word of many historical meanings. Starting with the ChivalricRomance, where it meant "work written in the vernacular." From that, it derived the meaning of tales of drama, adventure, and larger than life characters and often magical elements and strange monsters. Hence, writers speak of {{Shakespeare}}'s romances, and PlanetaryRomance, and RuritanianRomance.

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Romance is a word of many historical meanings. Starting with the ChivalricRomance, where it meant "work written in the vernacular." From that, it derived the meaning of tales of drama, adventure, and larger than life characters and often magical elements and strange monsters. Hence, writers speak of {{Shakespeare}}'s Creator/{{Shakespeare}}'s romances, and PlanetaryRomance, and RuritanianRomance.


To most people, the Romance [[{{Genres}} genre]] is about people falling in love. In literary circles, the term might be used to describe {{speculative fiction}}.

The genre is much more complicated than simply sighs, embraces, and bodice ripping wrapped in a lurid RomanceNovel book jacket. A romance focuses on the interpersonal relationships of characters and how those actions, thoughts, and circumstances drive people apart and bring them back together.

See LoveTropes for many of the tropes typical of the Romance genre.

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To most people, Romance is a word of many historical meanings. Starting with the ChivalricRomance, where it meant "work written in the vernacular." From that, it derived the meaning of tales of drama, adventure, and larger than life characters and often magical elements and strange monsters. Hence, writers speak of {{Shakespeare}}'s romances, and PlanetaryRomance, and RuritanianRomance.

But nowadays, the commonest meaning is that
the Romance [[{{Genres}} genre]] is about people falling in love. In literary circles, the term might be used to describe {{speculative fiction}}.

love. The genre is much more complicated than simply sighs, embraces, and bodice ripping wrapped in a lurid RomanceNovel book jacket. A romance focuses on the interpersonal relationships of characters and how those actions, thoughts, and circumstances drive people apart and bring them back together.

See LoveTropes for many of the tropes typical of the Romance genre.genre.
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To most people, the Romance [[{{Genres}} genre]] is about people falling in love. In literary circles, the term might be used to describe {{speculative fiction}}. We're more interested in how people talk outside of classrooms, so let's get ready for some bodice-ripping, sighs, and passionate embraces all bundled up inside a really lurid bookjacket. Like a RomanceNovel.


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To most people, the Romance [[{{Genres}} genre]] is about people falling in love. In literary circles, the term might be used to describe {{speculative fiction}}. We're fiction}}.

The genre is much
more interested complicated than simply sighs, embraces, and bodice ripping wrapped in a lurid RomanceNovel book jacket. A romance focuses on the interpersonal relationships of characters and how those actions, thoughts, and circumstances drive people talk outside of classrooms, so let's get ready apart and bring them back together.

See LoveTropes
for some bodice-ripping, sighs, and passionate embraces all bundled up inside a really lurid bookjacket. Like a RomanceNovel.

many of the tropes typical of the Romance genre.


To most people, the Romance [[{{Genres}} genre]] is about people falling in love. In literary circles, the term might be used to describe {{speculative fiction}}. We're more interested in how people talk outside of classrooms, so let's get ready for some bodice-ripping, sighs, and passionate embraces all bundled up inside a really lurid bookjacket.


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To most people, the Romance [[{{Genres}} genre]] is about people falling in love. In literary circles, the term might be used to describe {{speculative fiction}}. We're more interested in how people talk outside of classrooms, so let's get ready for some bodice-ripping, sighs, and passionate embraces all bundled up inside a really lurid bookjacket. Like a RomanceNovel.



To most people, the Romance [[{{Genres}} genre]] is about people falling in love. In literary circles, the term might be used to describe {{speculative fiction}}. We're more interested in how people talk outside of classrooms, so let's get ready for some bodice-ripping, sighs, and passionate embraces, all bundled up inside a really lurid bookjacket.


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To most people, the Romance [[{{Genres}} genre]] is about people falling in love. In literary circles, the term might be used to describe {{speculative fiction}}. We're more interested in how people talk outside of classrooms, so let's get ready for some bodice-ripping, sighs, and passionate embraces, embraces all bundled up inside a really lurid bookjacket.

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