Maybe this most recent turn of events will give the story an epilogue—and me some peace of mind.
Your arrival there always felt right, like the perfect last phase of your soccer career, so forget about this French epilogue.
What amounts to Breaking Dawn—Part 2 should have been a 15-minute epilogue at the end of that movie.
“The Muslim community is marbled by fear and isolation,” Apuzzo and Goldman write in the epilogue.
But the epilogue to that story has the makings of a historic coda.
Reproached for killing Till, he admitted that he had taken a license with the story and added: "In the epilogue,—there he lives."
THE preface to a book serves the double purpose of prologue and epilogue.
In his preface, called by him an Apologue for an epilogue, he enlightens the public upon the true history and tenets of his sect.
As an epilogue to all that has been said, I will suppose a case.
Once more she recovered, her self-will being so great, and she began the lines of the epilogue.