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Robins' book ends with an analysis of Copeland's legacy: Homeopathy remains an unproven practice that nevertheless is part of modern alternative medicine.
The book ends on a hopeful note, as the school's Gay-Straight Alliance becomes a reality.
The book ends on the threshold of railway innovation in the 1820s, and only then did the post office manage to usurp the customary role served by personal favors in the conveyance of mail.
The optical unconscious is thus ultimately subversive: Hesse's "process elaborate|s~ the space of painting with its modernist laws, only to sap it from its very center: yet one more avatar of the optical unconscious." With that sentence the book ends.
The book ends with sensible words on Cavendish, canons, and female authorship.
The book ends not with Kas Maine's voice but with Lampedusa's The Leopard.
The book ends with Nia searching for the king, since without the two of them being together each will die.
The death of one of my favourite characters early on in the book left me in tears and there are more moments of pathos and loss throughout the story, although the book ends hopefully.
The book ends with a delightful concert of woodland creatures that will appeal to all ages, but particularly to those ages three to eight.
The book ends on a positive note, covering the efforts of people to restore and protect the island and providing the reassurance that we can learn from our past mistakes and fix them.
The Queen endured a total of seventeen pregnancies and the book ends in 1700 when the one survivor of her five liveborn children, a son, dies at the age of 11.