ⓘ Afterword


ⓘ Afterword

An afterword is a literary device that is often found at the end of a piece of literature. It generally covers the story of how the book came into being, or of how the idea for the book was developed.

An afterword may be written by someone other than the author of the book to provide enriching comment, such as discussing the works historical or cultural context especially if the work is being reissued many years after its original publication.

  • fellowship program 14 July 2015. Massey Lectures House of Anansi Press. Afterword 27 January 2012 A Publisher s Year: A quest for Survival - National
  • Each story includes an afterword by the author, and the anthology includes an introduction by Jonathan Coulton and an afterword by Russell Galen. Cory
  • also presents the idea of infinite time. Borges writes in the original afterword dated May 3, 1949 Buenos Aires that most of the stories belong to
  • was reprinted in the prestige format ISBN 156389453X in 1998 with an afterword from Morrison and a paper fortune teller. A third edition was published
  • Gessel, Afterword Magical Mimics, 1990, p. 248. Magical Mimics, pp. 127 - 38. Gessel, Afterword Magical Mimics, 1990, pp. 250 - 1. Gessel, Afterword Magical
  • encounters the archetype of the Grim Reaper. Svetz and the Beanstalk an afterword in which Niven discusses the fictional sources for Rainbow Mars. The Long
  • fiction by the author, together with an introduction by Alfred Noyes and an afterword by Richard B. Mathews. Introduction Alfred Noyes The Story of the
  • Afterword Companhia das Letras. Retrieved 2 January 2015. Reis, Daniel Aarão. The Bowels of Liberty: Agony of Night - Afterword
  • Pandora Alexander - Boss of Project Pandora According to Koontz in the afterword of a 2008 paperback reissue, television producer Lee Rich purchased the
  • Voices from the Street, was published in 2007. Dwight Brown wrote the afterword As of 2011, the original hardcover edition was out of print in July

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