History Literature / TrixieBelden

22nd Jun '15 2:43:21 PM Anddrix
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** In ''Mystery of the Emeralds'', she is outraged that a man yelled at her for trespassing. Though the man was rude to her (and is later revealed as a villain), he was perfectly within his rights to prevent people from trespassing on his property. ** In ''The Black Jacket Mystery'', Trixie mocks Dan (for his clothing, of all shallow things) to Honey the moment she lays eyes on him. He notices and takes offense, and is later rude to her, which offends Trixie. While Dan is no saint, Trixie was the person to begin the conflict between them, and despite the narration's attempt to justify it, she's the one who later continues the argument.
29th Jun '13 8:24:34 PM JIKTV
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* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti: In ''The Mystery of the Sasquatch'', the Bob-Whites are camping in the woods and have several encounters with what they believe to be a sasquatch. It turns out to be a man in a snow-suit.

* {{Sasquatch}}: In ''The Mystery of the Sasquatch'', the Bob-Whites are camping in the woods and have several encounters with what they believe to be a sasquatch. It turns out to be a man in a snow-suit.
5th May '13 2:03:21 PM OutlawMasque
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* SeriesContinuityError/DependingOnTheWriter: Trixie's tomboyishness, the ages and grades of Brian, Jim, and Dan, the favorite horses of Honey and Trixie, the existence of Diana's pony, Tom's (in)formality with Honey and Trixie, the freakin' timeline (especially regarding the events detailed in #7 ''The Mysterious Code'', Trixie's allowance, Bobby's brattiness, Brian's skills as a mechanic, general eye colors and hair colors of various characters, how ''The Robin'' came into ownership of Tom and Celia, most aspects of Dan and Regan's family, as well as their relationship, the construction and age of the Manor House, Miss Trask's position in the Wheeler household, Dan attendance of school, the circumstances of the beginning of Trixie and Diana's friendship, whether Brian and Mart share a room, the name of the town, the grades in the local high school, the existence of the Wheeler swimming pool, the Bob-Whites' views on hunting, Diana's intelligence, Honey and Trixie's (good) grades, the style of riding used by the characters, the genders and colors of the horses, the location of the Wheeler lake, and so on. A full list can be found [[http://barbln.org/trixie/nits.htm here]].
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* SeriesContinuityError/DependingOnTheWriter: SeriesContinuityError / DependingOnTheWriter: Trixie's tomboyishness, the ages and grades of Brian, Jim, and Dan, the favorite horses of Honey and Trixie, the existence of Diana's pony, Tom's (in)formality with Honey and Trixie, the freakin' timeline (especially regarding the events detailed in #7 ''The Mysterious Code'', Trixie's allowance, Bobby's brattiness, Brian's skills as a mechanic, general eye colors and hair colors of various characters, how ''The Robin'' came into ownership of Tom and Celia, most aspects of Dan and Regan's family, as well as their relationship, the construction and age of the Manor House, Miss Trask's position in the Wheeler household, Dan attendance of school, the circumstances of the beginning of Trixie and Diana's friendship, whether Brian and Mart share a room, the name of the town, the grades in the local high school, the existence of the Wheeler swimming pool, the Bob-Whites' views on hunting, Diana's intelligence, Honey and Trixie's (good) grades, the style of riding used by the characters, the genders and colors of the horses, the location of the Wheeler lake, and so on. A full list can be found [[http://barbln.org/trixie/nits.htm here]].
5th May '13 2:02:14 PM OutlawMasque
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* AsYouKnow: In a particularly grating use of this trope, several books have characters narrating through the dialogue. Books #7, 9, 11, and 12 are particularly guilty of this.

* SeriesContinuityError/DependingOnTheWriter: Trixie's tomboyishness, the ages and grades of Brian, Jim, and Dan, the favorite horses of Honey and Trixie, the existence of Diana's pony, Tom's (in)formality with Honey and Trixie, the freakin' timeline (especially regarding the events detailed in #7 ''The Mysterious Code'', Trixie's allowance, Bobby's brattiness, Brian's skills as a mechanic, general eye colors and hair colors of various characters, how ''The Robin'' came into ownership of Tom and Celia, most aspects of Dan and Regan's family, as well as their relationship, the construction and age of the Manor House, Miss Trask's position in the Wheeler household, Dan attendance of school, the circumstances of the beginning of Trixie and Diana's friendship, whether Brian and Mart share a room, the name of the town, the grades in the local high school, the existence of the Wheeler swimming pool, the Bob-Whites' views on hunting, Diana's intelligence, Honey and Trixie's (good) grades, the style of riding used by the characters, the genders and colors of the horses, the location of the Wheeler lake, and so on. A full list can be found [[http://barbln.org/trixie/nits.htm here]].

* [[TheSociopath Sociopath]]: Luke, Dan's fellow teenage gang member from ''The Black Jacket Mystery''. At first he merely lies and steals, but later he escalates to mugging an old man, threatening Dan and Trixie with a switchblade, attempting to burglarize the Wheelers' mansion while armed, leaving a child to die in a cave, and abandoning Dan and Trixie to be mauled by a mountain lion.
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* [[TheSociopath Sociopath]]: TheSociopath: Luke, Dan's fellow teenage gang member from ''The Black Jacket Mystery''. At first he merely lies and steals, but later he escalates to mugging an old man, threatening Dan and Trixie with a switchblade, attempting to burglarize the Wheelers' mansion while armed, leaving a child to die in a cave, and abandoning Dan and Trixie to be mauled by a mountain lion.

* [[ThatThingIsNotMyChild That Thing Is Not Related To Me]]: Regan's initial attitude toward Dan. He went at great lengths to remove any association between him and Dan.
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* [[ThatThingIsNotMyChild That Thing Is Not Related To Me]]: Regan's initial attitude toward Dan. He went at great lengths to remove any association between him and Dan, before eventually coming around. Though throughout the series, he seems to interact with the other Bob-Whites more than Dan.

29th Apr '13 4:07:37 AM Candi
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tweaked National Stereotypes, typo in inadvertently
* NationalStereotypes: Inevitable with Japanese Men ''The Mysterious Code''; after all, the book was written around 1960. That said, these two men are short, speak with thick accents and GratuitousEnglish, are only interested in Japanese antiques (specifically, katanas) during the antique show, live in Tokyo (Are there no other cities in Japan?), constantly bow, and repeatedly mention "honor." * OOCIsSeriousBusiness: [[spoiler: In Brian's case, it meant that he was being inadverdantly poisoned.]]
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* NationalStereotypes: Inevitable with Japanese Men men in ''The Mysterious Code''; after all, the book was written around 1960. That said, these two men are short, speak with thick accents and GratuitousEnglish, are only interested in Japanese antiques (specifically, katanas) during the antique show, live in Tokyo (Are (are there no other cities in Japan?), constantly bow, and repeatedly mention "honor." * OOCIsSeriousBusiness: [[spoiler: In Brian's case, it meant that he was being inadverdantly inadvertently poisoned.]]
29th Apr '13 4:04:35 AM Candi
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* AesopAmnesia: Dan learned the importance of trusting others to help him with his problems at least four seperate times.
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* AesopAmnesia: Dan learned the importance of trusting others to help him with his problems at least four seperate separate times.
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