This is the final piece of a series of 14-part works that were inspired by political events across the Caribbean region and completed between 1992 and 2001. Throughout this series Stanley Greaves employed a surrealist technique, with unique juxtapositions meticulously painted in acrylic. The Epilogue which concludes the series is a judgement scene of sorts set in a dystopian environment. In the background to the right is building left in ruins, and in the foreground is a full channel of water. There are two oil drums placed in this work, one is to the left of the foreground lying on its side and the other stand in the centre of the background. Adjacent to the oil drum in the background stands one man of dark complexion dressed in the attire of the Queen's Council and in his left hand he holds a paper perhaps the final verdict. To the right of the foreground is another figure of dark complexion. He lies bare back on a gravel ground, in his right hand is a microphone and cushioning his head is a thick book with a blue hard back cover.