Trilogue

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A trilogue is a literary form in which an imagined conversation between three participants is recorded. Extant examples[1][2] suggest that it is used especially to treat scientific, especially chemical and philosophical, topics.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Davy, Humphrey (1830). Consolations in Travel. London: John Murray.
  2. ^ Ramsden, Jeremy (2015). Chemicals all around us. In: Ampthill Literary Festival Yearbook. pp. 29–38. ISBN 978-1-5175506-8-4.