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sequel
used in The Fellowship of the Ring

4 uses
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Definition
something that follows and continues something else — especially a film or book

or more rarely:  something that follows as a result of something else
  • Its sources are things long before in mind, or in some cases already written, and little or nothing in it was modified by the war that began in 1939 or its sequels.
    Forward (59% in)
  • It was begun soon after The Hobbit was written and before its publication in 1937; but I did not go on with this sequel, for I wished first to complete and set in order the mythology and legends of the Elder Days, which had then been taking shape for some years.
    Forward (6% in)
  • When those whose advice and opinion I sought corrected little hope to no hope, I went back to the sequel, encouraged by requests from readers for more information concerning hobbits and their adventures.
    Forward (11% in)
  • But get ready to write a sequel, when they come back.
    2.2 — Book 2 Chapter 2 — The Council of Elrond (97% in)

There are no more uses of "sequel" in The Fellowship of the Ring.

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