How Wickedness or Folly is Looked Down On in a Satire

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English

 

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Glenn L

 

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October 10, 2015

 

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The poor families in the city can sell their unwanted children and get paid nicely for their losses. In turn, the rich feast on the young flesh and are pleased, leaving both parties better off. The poor have more money to circulate, helping the economy, and the rich are fat and happy and clothed in baby leather...
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The poor have more money to circulate, helping the economy, and the rich are fat and happy and clothed in baby leather. This satire is looking down on wickedness in two ways. Some may disagree with it, and it is probably more ethical to do so. However, some may agree. Samuel Johnson would have been one to disagree with this, had it not been a satire piece...
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