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The epilogue can be used to reveal an approaching threat for the character. Readers may believe that the villain has been dealt with, but the epilogue will suggest that this is not entirely true, Épilogue to the horror and mystery of the Épilogue. It can serve as a reassuring ending to calm fears about a possible bad outcome. This is seen in the Harry Potter Saga where the characters have a happy ending as they are much older and with families.

This provides comfort for readers who may have anticipated a bad outcome for them. Epilogues also serve as a transitory stage for the novel to change genres into myths and legends.

In Greek and Elizabethan plays, an actor would stand at the front of the stage and speak directly to the audience. They would usually show the contentment the characters have after experiencing the tragedies within the play. For example, in Shakespeare's epilogue in Romeo and Julietthe speaker is providing the moral lesson and the consequences for the audience to take away. If I were a woman, I would kiss as many of you as had beards that pleased me, complexions that liked me, and breaths that I defied not.

And I am sure as many as have good beards, or good faces, or sweet breaths will, for my kind offer, when I make curtsy, bid me farewell. Epilogues were more frequently delivered by actors. In combining both the speaker's persona and character, Felicity Nussbaum called this the " double consciousness ". This invites the audience to reflect on each moment and its meaning behind it. Within tragedies the female epilogues were the most popular, and it would often challenge the integrity of the play.

For example, Tyrannick Love took the main female character, who had often undergone tragedy, and reconceptualised her to be a comedian in the epilogue. The female character was adorned in the same costumes that she wore in Épilogue 5 and the speaker would combine her two entities, the tragic role within the main play and her humourized public persona, when speaking in the epilogue. Many Épilogue would contribute their epilogues to other writer's plays.

This would often be out of friendship. Other epilogues were designated as "written by a person of quality" or "sent from and unknown hand".

From the period between and outsiders of England would supply both prologues and epilogues times. Epilogues would often focus to ensure the audience will return by pointing out the play's worth in the closing lines.

Most Greek plays would end with lines said by the Chorus. They usually consist of two lines which encapsulate the moral observation of the play.

Roman plays have particularly shorter epilogues and mainly consist of pleas for a plaudite. This is to involve the audience by asking them to participate in the applause. Both prologues and epilogues would typically give women agency by allowing them to perform comedies and receive audience applause.

Gayle Rubin's "The Traffic in Women" and Laura Mulvey's "Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema" have sparked critical interest in cross-cultural feminism and has increased female audiences in attending theatre.

David Robert's pioneering The Ladies: Female Patronage of Restoration Drama argues that the theatres were hostile to female spectators and that prologues and epilogues have contributed to that environment. Michael Gavin argues the opposite and has stated that player's direct addresses to women have indicated the value of female audiences, which occurred more frequently when the players were female. It happened to also be one of the first times the women interacted with each in other in a public forum.

Jean Marsden has found that few plays also focus on female sexuality. Epilogues spoken by women to women provide stimulating material. They would often encourage Épilogue fantasy and critique male sexual performance. This woman-to-woman paratext allows females speakers and audiences to be perpetuating sexuality which would not often be spoken of within the main structure of the play.

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