State and attribute the quote at the source of your critical lens. You may have already stated the quote earlier in your essay, but it is good practice to refresh your readers' attention at the end. Restating the quote is a way to lure readers back to the focus of the essay.
Interpret the quote, which should coincide with the rest of your paper and be a prevalent theme throughout. If you already interpreted the quote in the introduction or a body paragraph, reword your interpretation in your conclusion.
Remind the reader of your position towards the critical lens, clearly stating whether you agree or disagree and why.
Review how the two literary works you discussed approve or disprove the quote. Utilize literary terms or literary elements that capture the main idea to avoid being lengthy or repeating information.
Compose a final sentence that makes a grand statement about the main ideas of your essay or the quotation. This sentence should make a lasting impression with your reader and tie up any loose ends that remain in your paper.