The first sentence of the concluding paragraph uses the principal words from the quotations from each paragraph of the body of the paper. This summarizes those three paragraphs. The second and third sentences provide observations which can also be considered a summary, not only of the content of the paper, but also offers personal opinion which was logically drawn as the result of this study. The last sentence returns to the Edgar Allan Poe-Stephen King relationship that began this paper. This sentence also provides a "wrap-up" and gives the paper a sense of finality.
Besides structure, though, there’s one other important point you should know about writing: the first sentence of every paragraph you write, whether it’s in an essay or not, should be a topic sentence . In other words, you must start each paragraph with a clear topic so the reader can follow your train of thought. Each subsequent sentence in that paragraph should relate back to your topic sentence in some way. Using topic sentences is how you create coherence, allowing the reader to follow what you’re saying within the paragraph, and cohesion, which is what ties your essay together and makes it a unified whole. Did you notice that each sentence in this paragraph is talking about the topic presented in the first sentence? By doing the same, you’ll ensure that your paragraphs don’t stray into unrelated topics, and people will love your writing because they can understand it.
Throughout its history humankind asked itself this question and constantly tried to answer “no”. The idea of sentient living beings who are not people is present in writings of historians, geographers and other scientists for as long as the science itself exists. Mermaids, cynocephali, various bizarre species of beastmen, antipodes: all of them were embodiments of this dream. In course of time, the limits of the known Universe expanded and it became known that no such creatures existed. The only place to seek for non-human life now is other planets. Is there any hope for finding it?