Afterword (noun)

  1. A brief statement or piece of writing added to the end of a book, article, or other work, typically by the author or editor.
  2. A statement or piece of writing added after the main text of a book or other work.

Origin:

Derived from the idea of a written piece added to the end of a book or other work.

Examples:

  1. The afterword provides additional insight into the author's motivations for writing the book.
  2. In the afterword, the editor discussed the challenges of bringing the manuscript to publication.
  3. The afterword includes a brief summary of what happened to the main characters after the events of the book.
  4. Many books include an afterword written by the author to address readers' questions or concerns.
  5. The afterword of the book was a poignant reflection on the author's journey and the lessons learned.
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