making the reader do the work of going back to make sense of your conclusions). Instead
I advise that you create an outline of the points you want to make in your paper and then arrange the examples you want to use to fit those points
putting them in the order that best supports or illustrates your points. This way
when you write your paper your conclusion can be a recap of your ideas
tying them together. Your conclusion should not introduce new information
but it can include questions raised by your analysis that you have not addressed (usually these are considered questions that could be answered by future research or by use of different sources). The result of good analysis is sometimes finding better questions.