Hard Times

To which character in the novel can we apply the meaning of amorality?

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Dickens is pretty clear about Josiah Bounderby, he is a nasty guy. He is a successful business man who brags about overcoming his life as an orphan. This turns out to be a complete lie. Throughout the novel Bounderby is shown to be obnoxious, self-obsessed and completely "amoral".