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A Prologue is a prefatory piece of writing.
Prologue may also refer to:
- Prologue (magazine), published by National Archives and Records Administration, USA
- Prologue (Prose Edda), Icelandic literature
- Prologue (Renaissance album), 1972 album
- "Prologue", song by Electric Light Orchestra on their album Time
- Prologue (Elton John album), 2001 album
- Prologue: The Art of War/Cherry Blossom Epitaph, 2005 EP by Behind Crimson Eyes
- "Prologue", a song by Susumu Hirasawa on the 1995 album Sim City
- "Prologue", a song from My Arms, Your Hearse by Opeth
- "Prologue", a song from Three Friends by Gentle Giant
- "Prologue", a song by Haven
- "Prologue", a 2012 song by Lower Than Atlantis from their album Changing Tune
- A prologue time trial, a short opening stage often used in road cycling races
- The Prologue of the Gospel of John, sometimes known as the Hymn to the Word
- Function prologue, a computer programming concept
- Prologue (film), a 2015 Academy Award nominated animated short by Richard Williams.
- General Prologue, the assumed title of the series of portraits that precedes Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales
- Prolog, programming language
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