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How does the following line from Leo Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Ilyich contribute to the plot at the end of the novella? Death is finished, he said to himself. It is no more! It shows that Ivan finally loses the battle of life, and it represents a tragic ending of the story. It shows that Ivan continues to fight for his life and gives the plot an open ending. It shows that Ivan has finally accepted the end of his life, and it brings finality to the plot. It shows that Ivan evades death at the end because his illness has been healed.

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