There's been some discussion on Proglues in the past, mainly of the 'do you love or hate them?' variety.
I like Prologues and always read them. But I've come across a couple of novels lately with Prologues which, when read, turn out to be backgrounds or settings which are unrelated to the story itself. Now to me, these are Forewords, not Prologues, since the latter should form some part of the storyline.
Anyone else feel the same way?
Asked by: Jonathan Hopkins
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