epilogue epilogue  /ˈɛ pə ˌlɔɡ/


  1. (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



  1. But in Napoleon's case, the company actually flew the cast and crew back to Idaho and shot the epilogue after the movie opened.
  2. Backstage dealings have apparently denied the series a fourth season--an epilogue has been promised--but it rode into the sunset memorably.
  3. Animal House ends with a where-are-they-now epilogue that demolishes the sentimental finale of American Graffiti, also set in 1962.


  1. Hayate x Blade Manga Ends in Ultra Jump

    Epilogue to yuri comedy-action manga to be published in July
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Anime News Network

  2. Skulls of the Shogun heads to Steam next month, beta available now

    A "bigger" and "beefier" version of 17-BIT's tactical strategy game, Skulls of the Shogun , will hit Steam next month , boasting six new maps, a multiplayer progression system, and a new four-chapter epilogue. Skulls of the Shogun: Bone-a-Fide Edition features all of the content found in the Xbox Live Arcade and Windows 8 versions of the game, including real-time multiplayer, hotseat support ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Joystiq

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  1. "Chelsea have authorised us to open negotiations with Drogba," Galliani told Gazzetta dello Sport. "Unfortunately, the response we feared came (for Shevchenko). Chelsea consider Andrei unsellable. This epilogue makes us very sad."
    on Jun 8, 2008 By: Adriano Galliani Source: Setanta Sports

  2. Ms Kakutani describes the final pages of the book as "a big-screen, heart-racing, bone-chilling confrontation" and adds it contains "an epilogue that clearly lays out people's fates".
    on Jul 19, 2007 By: Michiko Kakutani Source: Times Online

  3. Emerson said: "For those people that want to pony up and buy the complete Lost series, there is a bonus feature. Which is...... you could call it an epilogue. A lost scene. It's a lot - it's 12 or 14 minutes that opens a window onto that gap of...
    on May 27, 2010 By: Michael Emerson Source: RTE.ie

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