Epilogue

A speech to the audience by an actor after the formal action of the play is concluded.

Epilogue

An epilogue or epilog is a piece of writing at the end of a work of literature, usually used to bring closure to the work. It is presented from the perspective of within the story. When the author steps in and speaks indirectly to the reader, that is more properly considered an afterword. The opposite is a prologue—a piece of writing at the begi...
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Epilogue

• (n.) A speech or short poem addressed to the spectators and recited by one of the actors, after the conclusion of the play. • (n.) The closing part of a discourse, in which the principal matters are recapitulated; a conclusion.
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epilogue

(from the article `prologue and epilogue`) prefatory and supplementary pieces to a literary work, especially a verse drama. The ancient Greek prologos was of wider significance than the ...
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epilogue

epilog noun a short passage added at the end of a literary work; `the epilogue told what eventually happened to the main characters`
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Epilogue

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Epilogue

Ep'i·logue noun [ French épilogue , Latin epilogus , from Greek ... conclusion, from ... to say in addition; 'epi` upon, besides + ... to say. See Legend .] 1. (Drama) A speech or short poem addressed to the spectators and recited by one of the actors, a...
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Epilogue

A conclusion added to a literary work such as a novel, play, or long poem. It is the opposite of a p
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epilogue

a short speech by an actor at the end of a play
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epilogue

An extra part after the end of a book or play. Very often addressed to the audience.
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epilogue

epilogue (EP i lawg', EP i log') 1. To say in addition to; an additional statement; attachment, adjunct, appendage, addendum. 2. A closing statement; especially, at the end of a play, book, etc.
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Epilogue

Epilogue is a term usually applied in English literature to a speech or short poem addressed to the spectators by one of the actors at the close of a play. It may also be the additional chapter of a book, after the tale proper has finished.
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epilogue

Postscript to a book; a short speech or poem at the end of a play, addressed directly to the audience. ...
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Epilogue

The concluding section of a poem or literary work e.g. Epilogue to Asolando by Robert Browning. See also prologue.
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epilogue

[n] - a short speech (often in verse) addressed directly to the audience by an actor at the end of a play 2. [n] - a short passage added at the end of a literary work
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