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    Episode 209:&nbspThe Protagonist: Roarke's Meyers-Briggs Personality Test
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Back to Back Badasses: We Talk About Literary Tropes in the “In Death” Series

AJ May 6, 2023 121


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According to the website TVTropes.org, the definition of a trope is:

trope is a storytelling device or convention, a shortcut for describing situations the storyteller can reasonably assume the audience will recognize. Tropes are the means by which a story is told by anyone who has a story to tell. We collect them, for the fun involved.

Tropes are not the same thing as cliches. They may be brand new but seem trite and hackneyed; they may be thousands of years old but seem fresh and new. They are not bad, they are not good; tropes are tools that the creator of a work of art uses to express their ideas to the audience. It’s pretty much impossible to create a story without tropes.

This week, we found out that TVTropes.org has a whole page of tropes that are used for the “In Death” series. There are a TON, and we only have enough time to go through half of them. We’ll save the rest for later, but we hope you all enjoy learning about tropes right along with us.

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Too Much Morris!! We Review the Reviews of “Promises in Death”

AJ April 29, 2023

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So many angry men this time around! Not sure why that is, but here we are. We have a man complaining about: “…unbelievable characters, or over-sentimentalized emoting and self-congratulating by […]

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