Article conclusions

A good introduction encourages the reader to read on; it sets the tone for the article but it may fade in the reader's memory. What is remembered, on the other hand, is the conclusion. The conclusion should be an anchor in the reader's mind, a place where the whole of the essay is attached; a weak ending soon loses its hold and the essay is forgotten.

The last paragraph is a conclusion, an ending, not just a stopping. It should not simply be a repetition of the introduction, but should take account of all that has been developed in the main body. However, it is also not just a summary of your main points; it is the ending, so you should add something extra, something to 'complete' the work, to round it off.

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