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Display titleTrope Life Cycle
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Page creatorLooney Toons (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation20:04, 7 March 2017
Latest editorLooney Toons (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit19:51, 15 August 2018
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Tropes are not eternal, sprung forth before the dawn of time from the brow of some literary god and like their forebear immortal and unchanging. Tropes are like many other things, living and not, in that they have a distinct life cycle. They are born, live and sometimes die — and they do so in what often seems like an almost organic process. And like organic things, they can surprise us; consider the following stages in the life of a trope to be at best a general guideline. Not every trope mechanically hits every step in this cycle (especially the ones that have yet to fade from use), and sometimes a single example can embody multiple stages all at once.
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