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A cold stone tomb is inscribed with the words “THE END.” A garland of flowers is draped over the tomb alnog with a quiver; a bow and a sword are in the foreground, with a cross hanging from a necklace.
It is a fitting engraving for the end of the poem and the end of the book, and I shall not spoil the story by explaining why.