History Literature / MaryPoppins

10th Jul '17 6:54:12 AM dsneybuf
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* PortalToThePast: In ''Mary Poppins Comes Back'', [[spoiler:entering the design on the Royal Doulton bowl causes Jane to almost become trapped 60 years in the past.]]

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* PortalToThePast: In ''Mary Poppins Comes Back'', [[spoiler:entering [[spoiler:after Jane accepts an invitation to the home of the boys seen on the design on of the Royal Doulton bowl causes Jane bowl, the boys attempt to almost become trapped make her live with them, 60 years in the past.]]
10th Jul '17 5:41:17 AM dsneybuf
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* PortalToThePast: [[spoiler:The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this after Jane accidentally cracks it.]]

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* PortalToThePast: [[spoiler:The antique In ''Mary Poppins Comes Back'', [[spoiler:entering the design on the Royal Doulton bowl displayed causes Jane to almost become trapped 60 years in the nursery becomes this after Jane accidentally cracks it.past.]]
6th Jul '17 6:33:30 PM PaulA
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** The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this[[labelnote:*]]and a PortalToThePast[[/labelnote]] after Jane accidentally cracks it.

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** The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this[[labelnote:*]]and a PortalToThePast[[/labelnote]] this after Jane accidentally cracks it.
* PortalToThePast: [[spoiler:The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this
after Jane accidentally cracks it.]]
6th Jul '17 9:57:30 AM dsneybuf
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** The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this after Jane accidentally cracks it.
* PortalToThePast: The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this after Jane accidentally cracks it.

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** The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this after Jane accidentally cracks it.
* PortalToThePast: The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this
this[[labelnote:*]]and a PortalToThePast[[/labelnote]] after Jane accidentally cracks it.
4th Jul '17 5:13:49 PM PaulA
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** The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this[[labelnote:*]]and a PortalToThePast[[/labelnote]] after Jane accidentally cracks it.

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** The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this[[labelnote:*]]and a PortalToThePast[[/labelnote]] this after Jane accidentally cracks it.
* PortalToThePast: The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this
after Jane accidentally cracks it.
4th Jul '17 1:34:42 PM dsneybuf
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** The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this after Jane accidentally cracks it.

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** The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this this[[labelnote:*]]and a PortalToThePast[[/labelnote]] after Jane accidentally cracks it.
4th Jul '17 1:21:33 PM dsneybuf
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* PortalPicture: Bert's pavement drawings.

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* PortalPicture: PortalPicture:
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Bert's pavement drawings.drawings.
** The antique Royal Doulton bowl displayed in the nursery becomes this after Jane accidentally cracks it.
12th Jun '17 12:29:08 PM dsneybuf
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* ''Mary Poppins in the Park'' (1952)

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* ''Mary Poppins in the Park'' (1952) (1952)[[note]]Often bundled with the first three books, since each story runs about as long as one of their chapters.[[/note]]
24th May '17 9:33:46 AM xcountryguy
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* CharacterTitle

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* CharacterTitleCharacterTitle: The first book was simply the lead character's name. Other books add descriptors.



* InsaneTrollLogic: In ''Mary Poppins Opens the Door'', Mary Poppins tells Jane and Michael, "I'll stay til the door opens", then clarifies that she refers to the "other door" of the nursery. Michael interprets this to mean that she will never leave, because the nursery only has one door, and therefore the "other door" will never open. [[spoiler: Mary Poppins eventually leaves through the door's reflection on the window.]]

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* InsaneTrollLogic: In ''Mary Poppins Opens the Door'', Mary Poppins tells Jane and Michael, "I'll stay til the door opens", then clarifies that she refers to the "other door" of the nursery. Michael interprets this to mean that she will never leave, because the nursery only has one door, and therefore the "other door" will never open. [[spoiler: Mary [[spoiler:Mary Poppins eventually leaves through the door's reflection on the window.]]



* LondonTown
* MagicalGuardian

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** ''Mary Poppins Comes Back'' has Mary Poppins purchase a two-way ticket before [[spoiler: flying away on the carousel]], admitting, "You never know. It might come in useful." In the following book, she tells the Park Keeper to collect this ticket after she returns to the Banks children.

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** ''Mary Poppins Comes Back'' has Mary Poppins purchase a two-way ticket before [[spoiler: flying [[spoiler:flying away on the carousel]], admitting, "You never know. It might come in useful." In the following book, she tells the Park Keeper to collect this ticket after she returns to the Banks children.
1st Jan '17 5:41:10 AM PaulA
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* PoliticallyCorrectHistory: Travers was one of the few classic authors to live long enough to have to personally edit her books to eliminate racist terms and stereotypes. In other cases, such as Creator/EnidBlyton, this was done posthumously.

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* PoliticallyCorrectHistory: Travers was one of the few classic authors to live long enough to have to personally edit her books to eliminate racist terms and stereotypes. In other cases, such as Creator/EnidBlyton, this was done posthumously.
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