Much of its growth has been driven by two film franchises, the James Bond movies and “The Hobbit” trilogy.
People in America seem to have a real appetite for spending the day and doing the trilogy.
Take, for example, another YA juggernaut: The Hunger Games trilogy.
The first book in his Cairo trilogy appeared in 1956, and the second two in 1957.
“Lots of people are clamoring for the fourth book in the trilogy,” she quipped.
The first three books under this heading form some sort of a trilogy, and have a definite air of consequence.
Taking the trilogy as a whole, one will find that it is essentially symbolical.
Nor have I, the humblest person in the trilogy, yet suffered.
His second trilogy of books was his most artistic gift to French literature.
It appears that the titles of the three dramas composing the trilogy were taken from the Chorus.