Conclusion (book)

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In a non-fiction book, a Conclusion is an ending section which states the concluding ideas and concepts of the preceding writing. This generally follows the body or perhaps a Afterword, and the conclusion may be followed by an Epilogue, Outro, Postscript, Appendix/Addendum, Glossary, Bibliography, Index, Errata, or a Colophon.


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