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Twilight is the time of day shortly after sunset or before sunrise, where it isn't as bright as day, but it's also not as dark as night. You... probably weren't referring to this meaning when you came here. Then again...

On all The Tropes, "Twilight" could mean:

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  • Twilight (novel) - a four-book saga about sparkly vampires and the girls who love them; also has film adaptations. Rather popular among the teen girl crowd.
  • Twilight - a novel by Dmitry Glukhovsky (also known as the author of Metro 2033).
  • Twilight - one of the novels in the Warrior Cats series
  • "Twilight" - a 1934 short story by John W. Campbell that warns against technological decadence.
  • "Twilight" - The original title of Dean Koontz's 1988 novel The Servants of Twilight.
  • Twilight - The name of a character in the Guardians of Ga'Hoole series.


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