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9 of the Most Satisfying Deaths in Fiction, Ranked

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#5: Alec d'Urberville

Alec is a manipulative, self-serving cad who, at the very least, knows just how terrible he is. “I suppose I am a bad fellow,” he tells Tess, which is an interesting way of saying “I know I’m a rapist,” but okay. “A damn bad fellow. I was born bad, and I have lived bad, and I shall die bad, in all probability.” 

And he does! Tess murders him! It’s satisfying as hell. Good for her.

Topics: Books
Tags: harry potter, books we love, hamlet, classic literature, huck finn, tess of the d'urbervilles, game of thrones, dracula, characters we hate, finally, hp, the most dangerous game, the adventures of huckleberry finn

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