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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Associated Concepts Facet .... Associated Concepts Facet
   Hierarchy of Associated Concepts (hierarchy name) ........ Associated Concepts (hierarchy name)
   ............ <concepts in the arts and humanities>
   Hierarchy of artistic concepts ................ artistic concepts
   Hierarchy of artistic devices .................... artistic devices
   Hierarchy of concepts relating to the creative process .................... concepts relating to the creative process
   Hierarchy of formal concepts (artistic concept) .................... formal concepts (artistic concept)
   Hierarchy of forms of expression (artistic concept) .................... forms of expression (artistic concept)
   Hierarchy of <genres in literature and performing arts> ................ <genres in literature and performing arts>
   Hierarchy of biography (general genre) .................... biography (general genre)
   Hierarchy of comedy (general genre) .................... comedy (general genre)
   Hierarchy of fiction (general genre) .................... fiction (general genre)
   Hierarchy of <genres for literature> .................... <genres for literature>
   Hierarchy of <genres for motion pictures> .................... <genres for motion pictures>
   Hierarchy of <genres for performing arts> .................... <genres for performing arts>
   .................... nonfiction (general genre)
   Hierarchy of <temporary alphabetical list: genres in literature and performing arts> .................... <temporary alphabetical list: genres in literature and performing arts>
   .................... tragedy (general genre)
   Hierarchy of <genres in the visual arts> ................ <genres in the visual arts>
   Hierarchy of erotica .................... erotica
   .................... pastoral
   .................... pornography
   Hierarchy of propaganda .................... propaganda
   Hierarchy of architecture genres .................... architecture genres
   Hierarchy of art genres .................... art genres
   Hierarchy of furniture genres .................... furniture genres
   .................... abstract (general art genre)
   Hierarchy of <historical, theoretical, and critical concepts> ................ <historical, theoretical, and critical concepts>
   .................... Absurd, the
   .................... ambiguity
   .................... anti-modernism
   .................... Antique, the
   .................... appropriation (imagery)
   .................... art for art's sake
   .................... artistic change
   .................... carnivalesque
   .................... catastrophe theory
   Hierarchy of connoisseurship .................... connoisseurship
   Hierarchy of critical theories (dialectical critiques) .................... critical theories (dialectical critiques)
   .................... decorum
   .................... d├ętournement
   .................... era (general)
   .................... exhibition (associated concept)
   .................... gaze (psychoanalytical concept)
   .................... Gesamtkunstwerk
   .................... hermeneutics
   Hierarchy of <historical, theoretical and critical concepts for literature> .................... <historical, theoretical and critical concepts for literature>
   Hierarchy of <historical, theoretical and critical concepts for visual arts> .................... <historical, theoretical and critical concepts for visual arts>
   .................... industry (technique)
   .................... intermedia (concept)
   .................... intertextuality
   .................... kitsch
   .................... masterpiece (concept)
   .................... movement (historical concept)
   .................... paragone (concept)
   .................... pataphysics
   .................... period (general)
   .................... provenance (history of ownership)
   Hierarchy of qualifiers (general concept) .................... qualifiers (general concept)
   .................... rasa
   .................... recuperation (critical theory)
   .................... revival (concept)
   .................... schools (critical concept)
   Hierarchy of style (critical concept) .................... style (critical concept)
   .................... technique (concept)
   .................... theme
   .................... transmediality
   Hierarchy of visual culture .................... visual culture
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