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  • n. A series comprised of two parts, particularly in genre fiction.

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A neologism or nonce word formed by mixing Latin (duo, "two") with Ancient Greek λόγος (logos, "speech", "account", "story"), and by analogy with trilogy, that has been used to describe some pairs of genre fiction novels.

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