If you were to change the last chapter of the novel The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, how would you change it? If you were to change the last chapter of the novel The Boy in the Striped Pajamas, how would you change it?

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I have read some books in which the last chapter, or the end of the last chapter, takes us into the future where we learn what happens to some of the characters.  Sometimes it can be a few years, or sometimes a quick survey of the rest of their lives, so you can see how the events of the book affected them.  I think that would be interesting here.

I think that the existing ending chapter is a fairly good one.  I think that the manner in which Boyne has constructed life after Bruno's death is a good...

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