Trilogy gave up in 1984.
Set in the 14th century, the first part of the trilogy…
The full trilogy will be available from Sunday 12 April.
Watch their first trilogy (Le Jardin, Le Salon and Le Sous Sol) online.
O’Neill set his trilogy in the New England of the American Civil War period.
Philip Pullman has returned with a follow-up to the His Dark Materials trilogy.
See the trilogy in one day if you can. •14 July to 3 September, Olivier, London.
Two novels belonging to a fourth, the Toronto trilogy, appeared before Davies’s death in 1995.
Memórias de Lázaro (1952; Memories of Lazarus) and O Forte (1965; “The Fortress”) complete the trilogy.
The Disney trilogy ($720 million) cost more than double the Prequel trilogy ($345 million).
The trilogy consists of The Country Girls (1960), The Lonely Girl (1962), and Girls in Their Married Bliss (1964).
Modern examples of trilogies include Robertson Davies’s Deptford Trilogy and Roddy Doyle’s Barrytown Trilogy.
In the eight years it took to make the first Star Wars trilogy, various artists translated Lucas's ideas into sketches and paintings.
The known world, led by the Galactic Republic at the beginning of the trilogy, has by the end devolved into a tyranny run by the Sith, a league of evildoers who fight against the Jedi.
Lyra Silvertongue, the child protagonist of Pullman’s beloved trilogy “His Dark Materials,” is an undergraduate at Oxford in this, the second installment of a follow-up trilogy.
In the late 1970s Fierstein wrote a trilogy of plays (The International Stud, Fugue in a Nursery, and Widows and Children First), eventually performed together as Torch Song Trilogy.
His early novels, such as Rādūbīs (1943; “Radobis”), were set in ancient Egypt, but he had turned to describing modern Egyptian society by the time he began his major work, the series Al-Thulāthiyyah (1956–57; “Trilogy”), known as The Cairo Trilogy.
“Songs from the Second Floor,” “You, the Living” (2007), and “A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence” (2014) are informally known as the “Living” trilogy—as opposed to the Corleone saga, say, which is known as the “Shooting, Garroting, and Poisoned Cannoli” trilogy.
City of Bohane by Kevin Barry; Eye of the Needle by Ken Follett; For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway; His Dark Materials Trilogy by Philip Pullman; Ivanhoe by Walter Scott; Mr Standfast by John Buchan; The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler; The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins; The Jack Aubrey Novels by Patrick O’Brian; The Lord of the Rings Trilogy by J.R.R.
I’d say these are a group of poems that have their own kind of space in a book that has a few layers to it—including one more, because my two previous books have two fity-section multi-sequence poems, and I have one more sort of forty-five-, fifty-section long poem to finish what I’ve been working on for about fifteen or twenty years now, this trilogy that I call my “ziggurat trilogy.”
- a set of three literary or dramatic works related in subject or theme
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Id say these are a group of poems that have their own kind of space in a book that has a few layers to it—including one more because my two previous books have two fity-section multi-sequence poems and I have one more sort of forty-five- fifty-section long poem to finish what Ive been working on for about fifteen or twenty years now this trilogy that I call my ziggurat trilogy