your prologue and epilogue
Prologue (minimum 150 words)
What is a prologue?
A prologue is an introduction to your work. It is meant to greet readers and give a bit of background information about your project. You'll need to introduce the subject and anything you think the reader should know about you and/or your project before they read it. It will help orient your readers quickly and supply information that will help build meaning the further they read.
Epilogue (minimum 300 words)
What is an epilogue?
An epilogue is similar to a conclusion. In your epilogue you should reflect on your topic. This is a chance to share your thoughts and feelings with your audience. This part should be your personal reflection about what you have learned. It can be in first person.
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