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  • The Prologue is set in Baghdad at the end of the Iraq War, just as the U.S. military is rolling into town.

    SPOTLIGHT on Justin Gustainis! And a contest too! « Urban Fantasy Land

  • The Prologue is written in the voice of Polly Tademy as she turns 100 in

    Red River by Lalita Tademy: Questions

  • The problem with the Prologue is that Sebond insisted that his book was “necessary”, Montaigne changed it to “useful.”

    The Sebond Essay, Part Two « So Many Books

  • I tried a Wordpress theme called Prologue, which uses Twitter-like simplicity (click on image above for larger pic) and it's very effective.

    British Blogs

  • "Prologue" -- a gallery of genre-portraits which many master-hands have essayed to reproduce with pen or with pencil.

    Chaucer

  • The questions in the Prologue are answered for the reader, if not the characters asking them.

    ccfinlay: "Pervert" is going to be translated into

  • The best part of Deathmate (and by "best" I mean "oh, look, the dog poop on my shoe isn't so thick by the heel") was probably the first story in the Prologue, which is at least is by Bob Layton and Barry Windsor-Smith (inked by Jim Lee), so it's at least competent.

    Archive 2005-09-18

  • Before the first stage of the Tour there is a short time trial called the Prologue.

    LANCE ARMSTRONG

  • The Prologue is a confession, like that of Wordsworth's great Ode, that a glory has passed away from the earth.

    Robert Browning

  • To him the Prologue was a period past and dead; a memory, giving flavour to his life.

    Second Thoughts of an Idle Fellow

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