Discuss Sheridan’s School for Scandal as a literary piece of Satire.
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"School for Scandal" satirizes the hypocrisy of the upper class. Their self-righteous manner is born out of a perceived superiority over others simply by pedigree. In actuality, the rich are superficial hypocrites when it comes to morals and values. Sheridan's satire not only highlights the rude behavior of the upper class but attaches consequences for their actions.