from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See epilogue.
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- n. an epilogue.
- n. a postscript.
- n. an appendix.
The book ends with a superb finish: an afterword from the great Willie Mays, as he recounts some of his memories as a Giant.
The afterword is by Isao Takahata, long-time collaborator of Miyazaki and co-founder of Studio Ghibli.
She discussed the broad range of contributors to the first issue including a Law Professor, an MPP, and members of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner, as well as an afterword from the Honourable Mr. Justice Jean-Louis Baudouin.
The afterword is by Aldiss, rambling about C.S. Lewis, Wizards, Plumbers, and his favorite artist, space which could have been put to better use most definitely.
This novella comprises the four part Temple series published in Apex Digest issues five through eight, with a special introduction from T.M. Wright and an afterword from the author.
As she confesses in the "afterword" - and demonstrates in the novel with asides about gowns that "plunge down to the navel" and off-shoulder garments
It’s true that the afterword is set at an eye-strainingly small size.
The film ends exactly how Philip K. Dick’s novel does, with an afterword from the author.
I had to write a 350-word afterword for my story “The Fingernail Test” that discussed why I chose the urban legend for the story, and I had two short stories that I needed to resubmit.
The afterword was the best bit, where the author explains that the real story that inspired him was the story of some of the crew of the ship Polaris in 1871, 19 people including 2 Inuit men 2 Inuit women, and 5 of their children, stranded on an ice floe for six months.
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