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Topic: FILM

Date: 1400-1500
Language: French
Origin: Greek epilogos, from epilegein 'to say in addition'

epilogue

noun
     
ep‧i‧logue also epilog American English
1 [countable]AL a speech or piece of writing that is added to the end of a book, film, or play and discusses or explains the ending
2 [singular] literaryAL something that happens at the end of a series of events [↪ prologue]:
a disastrous epilogue to his career
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