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Topic Modeling Genre: An Exploration of French Classical and Enlightenment Drama

@inproceedings{Schoch2021TopicMG,
  title={Topic Modeling Genre: An Exploration of French Classical and Enlightenment Drama},
  author={Christof Schoch},
  year={2021}
}
The concept of literary genre is a highly complex one: not only are different genres frequently defined on several, but not necessarily the same levels of description, but consideration of genres as cognitive, social, or scholarly constructs with a rich history further complicate the matter. This contribution focuses on thematic aspects of genre with a quantitative approach, namely Topic Modeling. Topic Modeling has proven to be useful to discover thematic patterns and trends in large… 

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