Definitions for trilogyˈtrɪl ə dʒi
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a set of three literary or dramatic works related in subject or theme
A set of three works of art that are connected, and that can be seen either as a single work or as three individual works. They are commonly found in literature, film, or video games.
Origin: & trilogia, from + .
a series of three dramas which, although each of them is in one sense complete, have a close mutual relation, and form one historical and poetical picture. Shakespeare's " Henry VI." is an example
A trilogy is a set of three works of art that are connected, and that can be seen either as a single work or as three individual works. They are commonly found in literature, film, or video games. Three-part works that are considered components of a larger work also exist in visual arts and music, such as the triptych or the three-movement sonata, but they are not commonly referred to with the term "trilogy." Most trilogies are works of fiction involving the same characters or setting, such as The Deptford Trilogy of novels by Robertson Davies, The Godfather films of Francis Ford Coppola, or "The Shiva Trilogy" by Amish Tripathi. Others are connected only by theme: for example, each film of Krzysztof Kieślowski's Three Colors trilogy explores one of the political ideals of the French Republic and each novel in Paul Auster's The New York Trilogy uses formats from detective fiction to explore existential questions. Trilogies can also be connected in less obvious ways, such as The Nova Trilogy of novels by William S. Burroughs, each written using Brion Gysin's cut-up technique. Occasionally, the term is applied to music, such as the Berlin Trilogy of David Bowie, linked together by their musical sound and lyrical themes, and the fact that part of them was recorded in Berlin, Germany.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
tril′ō-ji, n. the name given by the Greeks to a group of three tragedies, either connected by a common subject or each representing a distinct story—the Oresteia of Æschylus, which embraces the Agamemnon, the Chœphorœ, and the Eumenides. [Gr. trilogia—tri, tris, thrice, logia, speech—legein, to say.]
The numerical value of trilogy in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of trilogy in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Previously I'd been involved with costume making... I'd made a version of The Batsuit from Christopher Nolan's' Dark Knight Trilogy' and I really liked that suit.
It's exceedingly difficult to find anything of this nature from the original trilogy, these are actually from production, that's what created history and mythology of 'Star Wars' and that's why it's so important.
I think fundamentally it's that charm. I think we forget that this is not the Han Solo from the trilogy, this is a younger Han Solo, so there's a chance for him to be a different person and to still have the same charm we all know but a new take at the character.
It’s always been a dream to show the original ‘Star Wars’ trilogy again — somehow, someway, seeing the original trilogy on the big screen for the first time is a real life-altering event and just a supreme amount of fun. When the films became available to book for screenings like these, we jumped at the chance to do something big.
I think' Star Wars' will be Star Wars ', far more than the last trilogy, social media now dominates, and Star Wars ' is filled with fans, videos, tweets, photos, Vines and more. The Internet was still young when the second trilogy began. Now excitement has built to a fever pitch and whenever the movie comes out, it will smash its opposition like an Imperial Walker crushing an unlucky Ewok.
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- trilogiaCatalan, Valencian
- trílógía, þríleikurIcelandic
- 三部作, 삼부작Korean
- drieluik, trilogieDutch
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