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Hugh Wheeler
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Wheeler's A Little Night Music (1974) also reflects the cynicism of America in the 1970s.

Jonathan Swift's satire "A Modest Proposal" (1729) suggests a solution to the poverty and hunger in Ireland: babies should be bred and eaten.

Richard Altick's Victorian People and Ideas (1973) examines "different voices of Victorian social and intellectual history."

Sally Mitchell's Daily Life in Victorian England (1996) focuses on a variety of lifestyles during this period from country gentry to urban slum dwellers.

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This section contains 78 words
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