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  1. From its Greek roots, epilogue means basically "words attached (at the end)". An epilogue often somehow wraps up a story's action, as in the one for a famous Shakespeare play that ends, "For .
  2. noun a concluding part added to a literary work, as a novel. a speech, usually in verse, delivered by one of the actors after the conclusion of a play. the person speaking this.
  3. epilogue 1. the final section of a literary work, often added by way of explanation, comment, etc. 2. a closing speech in a play, often delivered after the completion of the main action. — epilogistic, adj.
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  8. Epilogue. CHAPTER XIII. OMSK. Again the train! How I blessed the Czechs for the offer of a seat when I saw the hundreds of people storming the cattle-trucks at the station! The whole of Siberia still seemed to be travelling, and the carriages presented the same picture I had seen in Kerensky and Bolshevik times. The Czechs' car was an exception.

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