What are your opinions on how Mr. Bounderby died in the end? Do you believe that he deserved his fate? Was it suitable for him as a character?

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Dickens likes to end his books by tying everything up in a neat little bow.  Bounderby is a pathetic and cruel man, and so Dickens naturally wants to have him meet an appropriate end.  Whether his death is suitable or not is a question I can...

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