In addition to the double entendre mentioned in other answers (that Yoda knew that Rey had literally taken the books with her), and Yoda's belief that Rey would successfully learn to use the Force with or without the books, another interpretation is that Yoda believes that being a Jedi is more about character and intent than any specific scholastic tradition....
Wisdom they held, but that library contained nothing that the girl Rey does not already possess.
This is a double entendre by Yoda.
The figurative meaning is that Rey is already wise enough, perhaps due to her time on the island, that she does not need the books anymore. This meaning appears to be what Yoda intends because of the "but", and it makes Luke ...
The line is a bit two fold:
"The Aionomica, the Rammahgon, a dozen other mystic-sounding made-up names—the foundation of the ancient faith." ―Luke Skywalker
It's referring to the fact that the 8 books Rey takes from the tree library are extremely knowledgeable books in terms of Force knowledge, including information on "Chain World Theorem" (The World ...
Yoda: Wisdom they held, but that library contained nothing that the girl Rey does not already possess.
This line by Yoda is a hint that Rey has already taken the Ancient Texts from the temple before it burnt down. We see them aboard the Falcon at the end of the film when Finn is looking through some drawers.
And of course we see Rey has them in her hideout ...
Palpatine seems to think that Rey has no choice at this point. His fleet and Sith lightning is about to finish off the Rebellion once and for all, making him an unassailable ruler of the galaxy. Rey of course wants to save her friends and the galaxy but the only way to do it is to kill Palpatine.
It's similar to his attempt to turn Luke, i.e. attacking his ...
It's Bespin (more specifically Cloud City), which is included because it played a major role in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
This is the home of Lando Calrissian who had a major role in Episodes 5, 6 and (I assume ) 9 (because I haven't bothered seeing that one yet).
It is also the city where Luke dueled Vader for the first time in the ...
It is Medal of Yavin.
At the end of A New Hope, Han and Luke got medals for their role in the Battle of Yavin, but Chewbacca didn't.
This medal belongs to Han, which Leia was holding.
From Star Wars Databank,
While most rebels consider opposing the Empire its own reward, the Alliance’s leaders do recognize conspicuous gallantry. For ...
It's a Medals of Bravery aka Medal of Yavin.
The Medal of Bravery was an award given for heroic efforts by the Rebel Alliance.
Also Luke and Han with already got it in A New Hope but we didn't see Chewie getting it but in comics, it was made clear he got it and he gave it away ( from screenrant) :
From the same link:
While the medal in question isn't ...
In advance of the release of his new murder mystery film Knives Out
(which has been getting great reactions), the British Film Institute
hosted a Screen Talk with Rian Johnson where he spoke about his
career, including the making of his highly divisive entry in the
Skywalker Saga’s Sequel Trilogy. According to a fan on Twitter, the
While it is not revealed in the movie, the official novelization indicates that as part of his contingency, Palpatine prepared a clone before being thrown down the Death Star II shaft by Vader as he sensed the flicker of light within the latter. Before his body hit the ground, he had learned to project his essence into one of the Clones. This was an ...
While the jury is still out on Rey's mother, we now know thanks to The Rise of Skywalker Novelization that Rey's father was "powerless".
Paraphrased by Screen Rant
This passage in the book reveals after Return of the Jedi, Palpatine
"thrust his consciousness" into a clone body. However, "the transfer
was imperfect" and members of the Sith Eternal ...