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  1. Epilogue, a supplementary element in a literary work. The term epilogue carries slightly different meanings in nondramatic and dramatic works. In the former, the epilogue is the conclusion or final part that serves typically to round out or complete the design of the work. In this context it is.
  2. Epilogue. out of 5 stars from reviews Like Epilogue on Facebook. Game Rating: T (Teen) T (Teen) Alcohol Reference; Strong Language; Violence; Mild Suggestive Themes; This add-on works with: Prince of Persia. 4 out of 5 stars from reviews 16, 5/6/
  3. A tale about a boy and his friends and a game they play together. About 8, pages. Don't say we didn't warn you.
  4. Feb 24,  · Directed by John Newland. With Julie Adams, Charles Aidman, Charles Herbert, William Schallert. A recovering alcoholic returns to his family from an extended stay in rehabilitation. His sobriety is put to the test, as are his beliefs in the supernatural, when his son is trapped in a cave-in/10(4).
  5. epilogue 1. the final section of a literary work, often added by way of explanation, comment, etc. 2. a closing speech in a play, often delivered after the completion of the main action. — epilogistic, adj.
  6. epilogue (n.) early 15c., from Middle French epilogue (13c.), from Latin epilogus, from Greek epilogos "a conclusion, conclusion of a speech, inference," from epi "upon, in addition" (see epi-) + logos "a speaking" (see -logy).Earliest English sense was theatrical.
  7. This Epilogue begins with Chapter 58 of the manga, and reviews to the last chapter of the manga, Chapter Nagatsuka has always wanted to become a Hollywood style director and/or producer. Eventually, he was able to convince the small group of friends to star in a short, silent, black and white film that he would direct and produce.
  8. From its Greek roots, epilogue means basically "words attached (at the end)". An epilogue often somehow wraps up a story's action, as in the one for a famous Shakespeare play that ends, "For .

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