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The narrative strand in this book, dabbed with autobiographical elements, reveals a critique of Brazilian society, denounced by Barreto as prejudiced and profoundly hypocritical.

Heaven's wrath cannot tolerate this insincerity, however, and swallows Dom Juan up in a flaming abyss during his
poverty of the Lower East Side.

The commentaries often criticized government waste and political hypocrisy.

As Duffy smirks, Alfred denounces MacHardie's hypocrisy of placing success and social position above personal responsibility and happiness.

Inexplicably, the students end their strike and act as if nothing had happened, which enrages Toru as a sign of hypocrisy.

She expresses her opinions about the racial hypocrisy in the United States and her belief that a new movement is within reach.

A paragon of hypocrisy, after handing out irrevocable edicts to her husband and children, she will not hesitate to immediately break them once they are out of sight.

This led the MRC to conclude that Shuster's "Hypocrisy Watch" was "hardly a nonpartisan exercise in speaking truth to power." Novels In his first epoch (1867-1878), Galdós vigorously wrote against intolerance and hypocrisy.

Social criticism Main article: Social issues of the 1920s As the average American in the 1920s became more enamored of wealth and everyday luxuries, some began satirizing the hypocrisy and greed they observed.

His supposed conversion to Islam before the conquest of Mecca is dismissed as a fable, or mere hypocrisy.

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