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In Medias Res

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In the middle of the subject. In novels and epic poetry, the author generally begins with some catastrophe, which is explained as the tale unfolds. In history, on the other hand, the author begins ab ovo.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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In Extenso (Latin)
In Extremis
In Fieri
In Flagrante Delicto
In for a Penny in for a Pound
In for It
In Forma Pauperis
In Gremio Legis
In Limine (Latin)
In Loco Parentĭs
In Medias Res
In Memoriam
In Nubibus
In Partibus [Infidelium]
In Perpetnam (Latin)
In Petto (Italian)
In Posse (Latin)
In Propria Persona (Latin)
In Prospectu (Latin)
In Re (Latin)
In Situ (Latin)