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Dickens's novel Nicholas Nickleby ends happily, with the siblings' marriages. Why does Edgar change the ending to show a second Smike?

How did the fact that, in nineteenth-century Britain, married women could not own property affect their life choices?

Does Nicholas's fractious personality detract from his character? Explain your point of view.

What is the role of money in this play?

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