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* AlternativeCalendar: The nations of Euterpe in ''Goblin Moon'' use a calendar of nine forty-day "seasons", rather than months. The actual solar year is a bit longer than that, so celebratory "intercalary days" round it out every three seasons.


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* BrotherhoodOfFunnyHats: In ''Goblin Moon'', the Glassblowers guild has an offshoot of scholars and wearers of goofy ceremonial robes, paralleling what the RealLife Freemasons are like.

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* FairyGodmother: Played with in ''Goblin Moon'', in which the Duchess (a three-quarter fairy UnevenHybrid) was ''supposed'' to become Elsie's godmother, but arrived so late to the christening ceremony that a substitute was chosen. Outraged at this perceived insult, she plotted revenge for years by pretending to consider Elsie her "goddaughter" nevertheless, but scheming in secret to lead her to a terrible fate.
* FantasyCounterpartCulture: ''Goblin Moon'' and ''The Gnome's Engine'' are set in 'Euterpe', which is a close fit to 18th century Europe, and incorporates such parallel nationalities as 'Spagnards', 'Imbrians', and 'Nordics'.


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* LatexPerfection: In a non-facial example, [[spoiler:Lord Vodni]] from ''Goblin Moon'' has a grotesque bird-like claw for a hand, which he conceals with some kind of artificial-skin glove. Until he peels it bare in a rage, Sera notices nothing unusual about his hands, even though it has talons long and sharp enough for combat.


* PhantasySpelling: Played with in ''Goblin Moon'', where "fairy" is the name of the race, while "Fae" and "Farisee" are apparently two different nationalities within that race.

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* PhantasySpelling: Played with in ''Goblin Moon'', where "fairy" is the name of the race, while "Fae" "Fee" and "Farisee" are apparently two different nationalities within that race.


Teresa Edgerton is an American SpeculativeFiction author, specializing in fantasy-of-manners. Her works include the two trilogies of the ''Literature/{{Celydonn}} series; the unrelated ''Goblin Moon'' and its sequel ''The Gnome's Engine''; and a stand-alone novel, ''The Queen's Necklace''.

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Teresa Edgerton is an American SpeculativeFiction author, specializing in fantasy-of-manners. Her works include the two trilogies of the ''Literature/{{Celydonn}} ''Literature/{{Celydonn}}'' series; the unrelated ''Goblin Moon'' and its sequel ''The Gnome's Engine''; and a stand-alone novel, ''The Queen's Necklace''.


Teresa Edgerton is an American SpeculativeFiction author, specializing in fantasy-of-manners. Her works include the two {{Celydonn}} trilogies; the unrelated ''Goblin Moon'' and its sequel ''The Gnome's Engine''; and a stand-alone novel, ''The Queen's Necklace''.

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Teresa Edgerton is an American SpeculativeFiction author, specializing in fantasy-of-manners. Her works include the two {{Celydonn}} trilogies; trilogies of the ''Literature/{{Celydonn}} series; the unrelated ''Goblin Moon'' and its sequel ''The Gnome's Engine''; and a stand-alone novel, ''The Queen's Necklace''.


* {{Celydonn}}

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* {{Celydonn}}
''Literature/{{Celydonn}}''

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* AllTrollsAreDifferent
* BecauseDestinySaysSo
* DuelToTheDeath

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* AllTrollsAreDifferent
AllTrollsAreDifferent: In ''Goblin Moon'' and ''The Gnome's Engine''.
* BecauseDestinySaysSo
BecauseDestinySaysSo: Some of the characters in ''The Queen's Necklace'' think so.
* DuelToTheDeathDuelToTheDeath: In ''The Queen's Necklace'', Wil is readying himself for a duel when the novel opens.



* OurGnomesAreWeirder
* PhantasySpelling

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* OurGnomesAreWeirder
OurGnomesAreWeirder: In ''Goblin Moon'' and ''The Gnome's Engine''.
* PhantasySpellingPhantasySpelling: Played with in ''Goblin Moon'', where "fairy" is the name of the race, while "Fae" and "Farisee" are apparently two different nationalities within that race.


TeresaEdgerton is an American SpeculativeFiction author, specializing in fantasy-of-manners. Her works include the two {{Celydonn}} trilogies; the unrelated ''Goblin Moon'' and its sequal ''The Gnome's Engine''; and a stand-alone novel, The Queen's Necklace.

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TeresaEdgerton Teresa Edgerton is an American SpeculativeFiction author, specializing in fantasy-of-manners. Her works include the two {{Celydonn}} trilogies; the unrelated ''Goblin Moon'' and its sequal sequel ''The Gnome's Engine''; and a stand-alone novel, The ''The Queen's Necklace.Necklace''.



!!Tropes featured in her works

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!!Works by Teresa Edgerton with their own trope pages include:
* {{Celydonn}}

!!Tropes featured in her worksother works include:



* AltarTheSpeed
* AlternateUniverse
* ArrangedMarriage



* BiggerOnTheInside
* {{Bizarrchitecture}}
* CanNotTellALie
* ChessWithDeath
* ChildhoodMarriagePromise
* {{Curse}}



* EvilMentor
* TheFairFolk
* FullBoarAction
* FunctionalMagic



* InnocentCohabitation
* TheJailBaitWait
* KingArthur: kinda
* LaserGuidedAmnesia
* MadScientistLaboratory
* OlderThanTheyLook



* PlotCoupon
* ProphecyTwist
* ReligionOfEvil
* RoyalBrats
* RoyallyScrewedUp
* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong
* SpeakNowOrForeverHoldYourPeace
* TheUnfavourite
* VisionsOfAnotherSelf
* TheWatcher
* WeddingDeadline
* TheWisePrince
* ZombieApocalypse
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* PlotCoupon
* ProphecyTwist
* ReligionOfEvil
* RoyalBrats
* RoyallyScrewedUp
* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong
* SpeakNowOrForeverHoldYourPeace
* TheUnfavourite
* VisionsOfAnotherSelf
* TheWatcher
* WeddingDeadline
* TheWisePrince
* ZombieApocalypse
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