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    I am coming to the end of writing my dissertation on gender in the 'Aeneid' - all that needs doing is a bit of tidying up of the chapters and the conclusion. It is the conclusion with which I am struggling - what exactly am I supposed to say? How do I write a substantial amount of work (600-1000 words) concluding what has been said in the previous chapters without repeating myself? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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    Whoops just saw that there is also a university Classics help forum. Probably should have posted this there, sorry!
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    Hi, if your still about- did you get any further guidance with this? I'm so stuck with my dissertation conclusion and similarly dont want to repeat myself!
 
 
 
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