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Example sentences for epilogue

The short epilogue, however, is anti-climatic.
But there seems to be a happy epilogue to the story so far.
He divides his topic into ten chapters and an epilogue.
The few remaining songs in the performance feel like an epilogue.
Though he avoids judgments for much of the book, Anderson adds mild criticism to praise in his epilogue.
At first, Bragg planned to write about his stepson only in the prologue and epilogue.
Those who contunue through the sluggish beginning will be rewarded with a climactic conclusion and tidy epilogue.
In an epilogue, he tells how they fared.
Readers already familiar with the trilogy will find a few gems of insight, especially the epilogue on Tolkien's literary theory.
Smith's account of his family's wacky adventures in Baja features a new epilogue.
It is an epilogue, and he is only there through hearsay.
The story is sandwiched between an autobiographical introduction and epilogue.
He expands his thesis in the introduction and epilogue.

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