Results for: Satire

What is Satire?

Satire is any piece of writing that uses devices such as irony, understatement, exaggeration and the like to attempt to correct human vice or folly. It is divided into the fun (MORE)

What does satirical mean?

Well, a satire is something that makes fun of the stupid things humans do. So satirical refers to a book, essay, or something that does that. a genre using derisive humor t (MORE)

What is political satire?

Political satire involves making fun of politicians and political  events. For an expert example of political satire, try watching  Saturday Night Live during an election ye (MORE)
In Grammar

What is juvenalian satire?

JUVENALIAN SATIRE provokes a darker kind of laughter. It is often bitter and criticizes corruption or incompetence with scorn and outrage. Like the poems "Against Women".  (MORE)

What is Horace satire?

A Horatian satire (the term comes from Horace, a Greek writer) is a light-hearted, not so serious satire that pokes fun at many things. An example would be Candide by Voltaire (MORE)