"Looking back in retrospect"

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Dorpje

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Spanish Spain
Hello everyone,

I was wondering if the sentence above is as redundant I think it is.

What about just "in retrospect"? Wouldn't that be enough?

As far as I know, "in retrospect" already means looking back. But please correct me if I'm wrong.

Thanks a lot
 
  • PaulQ

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    English - England
    I was wondering if the sentence above is as redundant I think it is.
    Well, firstly, it is not a sentence, and the whole of the phrase is not redundant but, as you indicate, it should be either "Looking back" or "In retrospect" but not both, then it is.
     
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