History Redundancy / Literature

5th Jan '18 9:18:46 PM nombretomado
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* In ''InfiniteJest'', one of the locations is a drug and alcohol addiction recovery house called ''Ennet House Drug and Alcohol Recovery House[[note]]Redundancy sic[[/note]]'', where people go to recover from drug and alcohol addictions in the drug and alcohol recovery house. House.

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* In ''InfiniteJest'', ''Literature/InfiniteJest'', one of the locations is a drug and alcohol addiction recovery house called ''Ennet House Drug and Alcohol Recovery House[[note]]Redundancy sic[[/note]]'', where people go to recover from drug and alcohol addictions in the drug and alcohol recovery house. House.
5th Dec '17 7:02:55 AM chelonianmobile
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* ''Literature/TheEyeOfArgon'': [[TheUnpronounceable Grignr]] finds himself in a "stygian cloud of charcoal ebony", or a dark cloud of dark darkness.
25th Oct '17 10:21:42 PM darkemyst
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* ''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone'':
-->''While he drove, Uncle Vernon complained to Aunt Petunia. He liked to complain about things: people at work, Harry, the council, Harry, the bank and Harry were just a few of his favourite subjects. This morning, it was motorbikes.''
* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix'', Harry thinks to himself that his return to Hogwarts that year has been full of unexpected surprises. He doesn't elaborate on what other kind of surprises there are.
* Dumbledore's birthplace, mentioned in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows''. If you look at the use of Mould/Mold and Wold as place names, you realise Mould-on-the-Wold roughly means "Hill-on-the-Hill."
** Possibly inspired by the real Torpenhow Hill, which is to say ''Hill-hill-hill Hill.''

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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'':
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''Literature/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone'':
-->''While --->''While he drove, Uncle Vernon complained to Aunt Petunia. He liked to complain about things: people at work, Harry, the council, Harry, the bank and Harry were just a few of his favourite subjects. This morning, it was motorbikes.''
* ** In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix'', Harry thinks to himself that his return to Hogwarts that year has been full of unexpected surprises. He doesn't elaborate on what other kind of surprises there are.
* ** Dumbledore's birthplace, mentioned in ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows''. If you look at the use of Mould/Mold and Wold as place names, you realise Mould-on-the-Wold roughly means "Hill-on-the-Hill."
** *** Possibly inspired by the real Torpenhow Hill, which is to say ''Hill-hill-hill Hill.''
12th Jul '17 9:38:23 PM SenorCornholio
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*** Another Genesis example, this time from as early as 1:11 where God is creating the very Earth itself. In the passage in question, God said "Let the earth sprout vegetation, plants yielding seed, and [[ShapedLikeItself fruit trees bearing fruit]] in which is their seed, each according to its kind, on the earth" before performing the described act.
16th May '17 9:16:42 AM nombretomado
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* At one point in ''Film/TrueGrit'':

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* At one point in ''Film/TrueGrit'':''Literature/TrueGrit'':
16th May '17 9:16:35 AM nombretomado
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* At one point in ''TrueGrit'':

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* At one point in ''TrueGrit'':''Film/TrueGrit'':
8th Apr '17 11:02:30 AM nombretomado
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--> But even so, the three children were eager to leave the Anxious Clown, and not just because the garish restaurant - the word "garish" here means "filled with balloons, neon lights, and obnoxious waiters" - was filled with balloons, neon lights, and obnoxious waiters.

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--> ---> But even so, the three children were eager to leave the Anxious Clown, and not just because the garish restaurant - the word "garish" here means "filled with balloons, neon lights, and obnoxious waiters" - was filled with balloons, neon lights, and obnoxious waiters.



* "[[TheRailwaySeries He had six small wheels, a short stumpy funnel, a short stumpy boiler and a short stumpy dome.]]"

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* "[[TheRailwaySeries "[[Literature/TheRailwaySeries He had six small wheels, a short stumpy funnel, a short stumpy boiler and a short stumpy dome.]]"
24th Dec '16 12:22:20 PM nombretomado
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* In ''AroundTheWorldInEightyDays'', Passepartout is described more than once as "a Parisian of Paris". As opposed to what, exactly? (Besides, [[FridgeLogic he hasn't even lived in Paris for five years.]])

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* In ''AroundTheWorldInEightyDays'', ''Literature/AroundTheWorldInEightyDays'', Passepartout is described more than once as "a Parisian of Paris". As opposed to what, exactly? (Besides, [[FridgeLogic he hasn't even lived in Paris for five years.]])
12th Dec '16 5:22:57 PM luiz4200
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* ''Literature/TheBlackEcho'': Bosch describing Meadows.
-->'''Bosch:''' He'd volunteer and volunteer and [[RuleOfThree volunteer]].
19th Nov '16 6:33:06 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the WomenOfTheOtherworld novel ''Bitten'' by Kelley Armstrong, there is this line, which is also in another of Kelley Armstrong's works, namely ''Bitten'', which is first in the series WomenOfTheOtherworld, by Kelley Armstrong.

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* In the WomenOfTheOtherworld Literature/WomenOfTheOtherworld novel ''Bitten'' by Kelley Armstrong, there is this line, which is also in another of Kelley Armstrong's works, namely ''Bitten'', which is first in the series WomenOfTheOtherworld, by Kelley Armstrong.
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