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"The Golden Age has never been the present age. Such judgments are always made in hindsight."
Benjamin Franklin
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A Golden Age is defined by the Webster as a period of great happiness, prosperity, and achievement. On this wiki this means a lot of things. You may be looking for the following tropes related to the concept of a Golden Age:

You may also be looking for the following historical Golden Ages of various art forms. In this sense, "Golden Age" often refers to the period directly following the medium's creation, at which point it has evolved from mere novelty to recognizable art form:

Or you may be looking for the following works:

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