2. De Profunds and Other Writings by Oscar Wilde:-A good part of that genius is evident in the essays and poems included in this volume. There is the intllectual genius of the soul fo man under socialism, in which he clearly foresaw the dangers of economic bureaucracy and state-worship; for Wilde socialism meant liberation and individually, not enslavement.
3. Hard Times by Charles Dickens:-In the persons of Gradgrind and Bounderby he stigmatized the prevalent philosophy of utiliarianism which, whether in school or factory, allowed human beings to be caged in a dreary scenery of brick terraces and foul chimneys, to be enslaved to machines and reduced to numbers.
4. Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen:-Much has been said of the light and sparklind side of pride and prejudice- the delicious social comedy, the unerring dialogue, the satisfying love stories and its enchanting and spirited heroine.
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