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Satire
burlesque
farce
hyperbole
invective
Broad parody, one that takes a style or form and exaggerates…
A comic work using buffoonery and horseplay and typically inc…
exaggeration
an attack that insults/denounces a person/topic used to excit…
burlesque
Broad parody, one that takes a style or form and exaggerates…
farce
A comic work using buffoonery and horseplay and typically inc…
14 terms
Satire
caricature
2. hyperbole
verbal irony
4. dramatic irony
(n.) a representation (especially in drawing) in which the su…
2. hyperbole to enlarge, increase, or represent something bey…
A figure of speech in which what is said is the opposite of w…
4. dramatic irony a contradiction between what the character…
caricature
(n.) a representation (especially in drawing) in which the su…
2. hyperbole
2. hyperbole to enlarge, increase, or represent something bey…
12 terms
Satire
Satire
Criticize
Verbal Irony
Situational Irony
The use of humor, irony, exaggeration to criticize stupidity,…
To speak negatively about something
Sarcasm - What is said is the opposite of what is meant
The opposite of what is expected
Satire
The use of humor, irony, exaggeration to criticize stupidity,…
Criticize
To speak negatively about something
Satire
Satire
Horatian
Juvenalian
hyberbole
The use of humor to critique the shortcomings of follies of a…
playful, lighthearted, gentle- often identifies shortcomings…
sharp/strong-examines the corruption of society, especially c…
the use of exaggeration to draw attention to an issue, event,…
Satire
The use of humor to critique the shortcomings of follies of a…
Horatian
playful, lighthearted, gentle- often identifies shortcomings…
20 terms
Satire
Horatian Satire
Juvenalian Satire
Irony (Situational)
Irony (Dramatic)
Playfully criticises some social vice through gentle, light-h…
Addresses social evil with scorn, outrage and savage ridicule…
An incongruity between what is expected and what occurs. e.g…
An effect produced by a narrative when the audience knows mor…
Horatian Satire
Playfully criticises some social vice through gentle, light-h…
Juvenalian Satire
Addresses social evil with scorn, outrage and savage ridicule…
29 terms
Satire
Malapropism
Verbal Irony
Litotes
Ambiguity
absurd or humorous misuse of a word, especially by one of sim…
when the words literally state the opposite of the writer's (…
a form of understatement that involves making an affirmative…
when the meaning of something is unclear and it may mean more…
Malapropism
absurd or humorous misuse of a word, especially by one of sim…
Verbal Irony
when the words literally state the opposite of the writer's (…
Satire
Mockery
Parody
Sarcasm
Understatement
Something said to make something look bad based on an underly…
Making an imitation or spoof of something; person, thing, or…
Using praise to mock something/someone. Verbal irony, (you're…
A positive is stated by the obvious
Mockery
Something said to make something look bad based on an underly…
Parody
Making an imitation or spoof of something; person, thing, or…
26 terms
Satire
Satire
Juvenalian
Horatian
Modest
piece of writing whose purpose is to ridicule flaws in order…
bitter and ironic criticism of contemporary persons and insti…
named for Roman satirist Horace. Playfully criticizes some so…
unassuming or moderate in abilities or achievements; amount,…
Satire
piece of writing whose purpose is to ridicule flaws in order…
Juvenalian
bitter and ironic criticism of contemporary persons and insti…
24 terms
Satire
Satire
Satire Definition
Satire is...
Satire Messages
Literary genre that uses irony, wit, and sometimes sarcasm to…
Art of Indirect Persuasion
A manner of writing that mixes a critical attitude with wit a…
Some writers use a serious tone to persuade their audiences,…
Satire
Literary genre that uses irony, wit, and sometimes sarcasm to…
Satire Definition
Art of Indirect Persuasion
21 terms
Satire
Anachronism
Parody
Travesty
Comic juxtaposition
This is a device that places an idea, invention, item or word…
The imitation of a work of literature, art, or music for amus…
High subject in a frivolous style reducing it to its lowest l…
Linking together with no commentary items which normally do n…
Anachronism
This is a device that places an idea, invention, item or word…
Parody
The imitation of a work of literature, art, or music for amus…
satire
Satire
Paradox
Technique
criticize
satire
Paradox
...
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Satire
satire
Paradox
Paradox
5 terms
Satire
Satire
Exaggeration
Incongruity
Reversal
A technique writers use to criticize foolishness and corrupti…
When you enlarge, increase, or represent something beyond nor…
To present things that are out of place or are absurd in rela…
To present the opposite of the normal order (e.g., the order…
Satire
A technique writers use to criticize foolishness and corrupti…
Exaggeration
When you enlarge, increase, or represent something beyond nor…
9 terms
Satire
Satire
Parody
Hyperboly
Mockery
A literary work that criticizes human misconduct and ridicule…
A work that closely imitates the style or content of another…
Grossly exaggerated speech
ridicule to make fun of
Satire
A literary work that criticizes human misconduct and ridicule…
Parody
A work that closely imitates the style or content of another…
Satire
Understatement
Verbal Irony
Situational Irony
Tone and Attitude
A figure of speech in which a writer or speaker says less tha…
Irony in which a person says or writes one thing and means an…
Irony involving a situation in which actions have an effect t…
Author's perception and presentation of the material and the…
Understatement
A figure of speech in which a writer or speaker says less tha…
Verbal Irony
Irony in which a person says or writes one thing and means an…
15 terms
Satire
satire
satirical
hypocrisy
incongruity
A literary work that criticizes human misconduct and ridicule…
Of satire
(n.) pretending to believe what one does not (Once the politi…
state of not fitting
satire
A literary work that criticizes human misconduct and ridicule…
satirical
Of satire
12 terms
Satire
exaggeration/ hyperbole
understatement
incongruity
deflation
A bold statement that adds emphasis without intending to be l…
Refers to a figure of speech that says less than is intended;…
When two things do not match as they are expected to match.
The English professor mispronounces a word, the President sli…
exaggeration/ hyperbole
A bold statement that adds emphasis without intending to be l…
understatement
Refers to a figure of speech that says less than is intended;…
16 terms
satire
lampoon
satire
horatian satire
juvenalian satire
Publicly criticize (someone or something) by using ridicule,…
A literary work in which the author ridicules the vices and f…
tends to focus lightly on laughter and ridicule, but it maint…
harsh, biting satire, full of moral indignation and bitter co…
lampoon
Publicly criticize (someone or something) by using ridicule,…
satire
A literary work in which the author ridicules the vices and f…
Satire
Burlesque
Caricature
Diatribe
Farce
A form of comic art characterized by ridiculous exaggeration…
The exaggeration or distortion of certain characteristics of…
Satire that is characterized by bitter, abusive argument and…
A dramatic piece aimed at causing laughter and depending less…
Burlesque
A form of comic art characterized by ridiculous exaggeration…
Caricature
The exaggeration or distortion of certain characteristics of…
15 terms
Satire
burlesque
farce
hyperbole
invective
serious subject treated frivolously or vice versa
humor based on exaggerated improbable scenarios i.e. 'The Thr…
exaggeration
an attack that insults/denounces a person/topic/thing used to…
burlesque
serious subject treated frivolously or vice versa
farce
humor based on exaggerated improbable scenarios i.e. 'The Thr…
26 terms
Satire
verbal irony
Juvenalian satire
moods of satire
targets of satire
saying the opposite of what you mean
angry
jovial, bitter
individual, group, the system
verbal irony
saying the opposite of what you mean
Juvenalian satire
angry
22 terms
Satire
Caricature
Farce
Innuendo
Situational Irony
An exaggeration of some feature or quality of a character's d…
A specific genre in which the humour depends on a weird situa…
An indirect and usually nasty suggestion about a person or th…
When fate, circumstances or other people create an outcome di…
Caricature
An exaggeration of some feature or quality of a character's d…
Farce
A specific genre in which the humour depends on a weird situa…
25 terms
SATIRE
satire
Horatian
Horatian
Horatian
Artistic form in which individual or human vices, abuses, or…
playfully criticizes vices with wit, exaggeration, gentle and…
Issues being criticized are viewed as "folly" rather than evi…
Looking to make people laugh at themselves, rather than looki…
satire
Artistic form in which individual or human vices, abuses, or…
Horatian
playfully criticizes vices with wit, exaggeration, gentle and…
Satire
Satire
Exaggeration
Irony
Reversal
A literary work that ridicules its subject through the use of…
To enlarge, increase, or represent something beyond normal bo…
Say one thing, yet mean another
to present the opposite of the normal order( order of events,…
Satire
A literary work that ridicules its subject through the use of…
Exaggeration
To enlarge, increase, or represent something beyond normal bo…
Satire
Sarcasm
Parody
Stereotype
Dramatic Irony
The taunting use of praise to mean the opposite
A mimicry of an established concept/idea for humorous effect
Simplified and often incorrect ways of defining groups of peo…
When the viewer knows something the characters do not
Sarcasm
The taunting use of praise to mean the opposite
Parody
A mimicry of an established concept/idea for humorous effect
36 terms
Satire
the purpose is to address a problem in…
Verbal Irony(sarcasm) and Hyperboles
Horatian & Juvenalian
Juvenalian satire is modest proposal
What is the purpose of satire?
What two literary devices are used in satire?
What are the two types of satire?
What type of satire is A Modest Proposal?
the purpose is to address a problem in…
What is the purpose of satire?
Verbal Irony(sarcasm) and Hyperboles
What two literary devices are used in satire?
9 terms
Satire
Comic Satire
Horatian
Sarcasm
Burlesque
Usually written from a urbain perspective whereby folly is se…
Name for the Roman satirist Horace, playfully criticizes some…
Mocking irony intending to wound. Sarcasm is ironic in that t…
A comic intimidation that relies on an extravagant incongruit…
Comic Satire
Usually written from a urbain perspective whereby folly is se…
Horatian
Name for the Roman satirist Horace, playfully criticizes some…
Satire
Horatian
Juvenalian
Exaggeration
Incongruity
(Named after the Roman satirist Horace) gentle, urbane, smili…
(Named after the Roman satirist Juvenal) biting, bitter, angr…
To enlarge, increase, or represent something beyond normal bo…
To present things that are out of place or are absurd in rela…
Horatian
(Named after the Roman satirist Horace) gentle, urbane, smili…
Juvenalian
(Named after the Roman satirist Juvenal) biting, bitter, angr…
Satire
What is satire?
Tools used in satire
What is the purpose of satire?
Is parody satire? What is it?
A serious piece of writing that criticizes oneself, each othe…
Exaggeration, generalization, contrast/juxtaposition, double…
To show us parts of ourselves that we no longer notice; it's…
It is a form of satire. It's a mocking imitation of writing a…
What is satire?
A serious piece of writing that criticizes oneself, each othe…
Tools used in satire
Exaggeration, generalization, contrast/juxtaposition, double…
Satire
What is satire?
What are the two aims of literature?
What is the purpose of satire?
3 literary modes?
A mode of social criticism aimed to improve, destroy, or incr…
1. To entertain... 2. To instruct/inform
To bring about the improvement of humanity and human society
comedy, tragedy, satire
What is satire?
A mode of social criticism aimed to improve, destroy, or incr…
What are the two aims of literature?
1. To entertain... 2. To instruct/inform
36 terms
Satire
Horatian
Juvenalian
Burlesque
Parody
After the Roman satirist Horace: Satire in which the voice is…
After the Roman satirist Juvenal: Formal satire in which the…
A form of comedy characterized by ridiculous exaggeration and…
A composition that imitates the serious manner and characteri…
Horatian
After the Roman satirist Horace: Satire in which the voice is…
Juvenalian
After the Roman satirist Juvenal: Formal satire in which the…
34 terms
Satire
What was Swift Satirizing? (MP)
What was Swift's profession? (MP)
First reason why Swift thinks that thi…
Second reason why Swift thinks that th…
How the English landlords treat the Irish farmers (who work t…
Priest
It would reduce the number of Catholics (Papists) and Protest…
Poor people will have something of value
What was Swift Satirizing? (MP)
How the English landlords treat the Irish farmers (who work t…
What was Swift's profession? (MP)
Priest
8 terms
La satire
définition de la satire
But de la satire
Origine du mot
Créateur de la satire
critique moqueuse
provoquer, prévenir un changement, faire réfléchir
satura ou pot-pourri
Lucilius poète latin
définition de la satire
critique moqueuse
But de la satire
provoquer, prévenir un changement, faire réfléchir
Satire in painting
William Hogarth
Satire in literature
Jonathan Swift
- United Kingdom (in painting).... - Satire: critique on the ari…
Marriage à la Mode (series)... - In the Marriage contract he sho…
- Literary genre.... - Rationalism of the Enlightenment (literat…
Gulliver's Travels:... - author is a misanthrope who gives aggre…
Satire in painting
- United Kingdom (in painting).... - Satire: critique on the ari…
William Hogarth
Marriage à la Mode (series)... - In the Marriage contract he sho…
satire
10 terms
satire
verbal irony
horatian satire
juvenalian satire
parody
a contrast between what is said and what is really meant-- th…
-direct satire, ... -seeks to criticize, rather than attack, imm…
-direct satire... -harsher than horatian satire because it often…
an imitation of an author or his/her work with the idea of ri…
verbal irony
a contrast between what is said and what is really meant-- th…
horatian satire
-direct satire, ... -seeks to criticize, rather than attack, imm…
15 terms
Satire
Horatian Satire
Juvenalian Satire
Direct Satire
Indirect Satire
Tries to evoke a smile; writer is urban, sophisticated, man o…
Tries to arouse anger; writer is a serious moralist/dedicated…
Speaks out in 1st person, straight at something
In the form of a plot; characters make themselves ridiculous…
Horatian Satire
Tries to evoke a smile; writer is urban, sophisticated, man o…
Juvenalian Satire
Tries to arouse anger; writer is a serious moralist/dedicated…
7 terms
Satire
satire
exaggeration
irony
target of satire
A literary work that criticizes human misconduct and ridicule…
a statement that represents something as better or worse than…
A statement that means the opposite of what it seems to mean.
Always something negative, harm in society or flaw in human b…
satire
A literary work that criticizes human misconduct and ridicule…
exaggeration
a statement that represents something as better or worse than…
11 terms
Satire
Satire
Purpose of satire
Horatian
Juvenalian
A work in which humor and irony are used to ridicule someone/…
to shine a light on a person, folly, or shortcoming, and invo…
Lighthearted, funny, clever
attacks with anger and disrespect
Satire
A work in which humor and irony are used to ridicule someone/…
Purpose of satire
to shine a light on a person, folly, or shortcoming, and invo…
32 terms
Satire
Horatian Satire
Juvenalian Satire
Medieval Estates Satire
Sarcasm
Easy going playful
Mean and harsh
Three traditional estates in feudalism
A form of verbal irony
Horatian Satire
Easy going playful
Juvenalian Satire
Mean and harsh
Satire
Dramatic Irony
Situational Irony
Verbal Irony
Incongruity
Reader knows something the characters do not know
What occurs is the opposite of what is expected
Contrast between what is said and what is done
A kind of irony that brings together two ideas that do not go…
Dramatic Irony
Reader knows something the characters do not know
Situational Irony
What occurs is the opposite of what is expected
Satire
Burlesque
Caricature
Diatribe
Epigram
a form of comic art characterized by ridiculous exxaegration…
the exaggeration or distortion of certain characteristics of…
satire that is characterized by bitter, abusive argument and…
A very short poem summing up the most notable characteristics…
Burlesque
a form of comic art characterized by ridiculous exxaegration…
Caricature
the exaggeration or distortion of certain characteristics of…
8 terms
Satire
Exaggeration
Understatement
Juxtaposition
Parody
Deliberately represents something as larger, more extreme
Reveals the problem by showing that it's so bad that it's imp…
Places things side by side so that contrasts are obvious
Imitates the style, appearance, techniques, etc. of a person,…
Exaggeration
Deliberately represents something as larger, more extreme
Understatement
Reveals the problem by showing that it's so bad that it's imp…
Satire
A work that makes fun of something by…
It is copying the form the poem the ra…
Fairytales are stupid because it's not…
The beginning seem serious so the last…
Satire
How is the owl a satire
What is Dorothy Parker saying in her poem song for an April d…
How is the ending of the poem song for an April dusk ironic
A work that makes fun of something by…
Satire
It is copying the form the poem the ra…
How is the owl a satire
satire
antiphrasis
bathos
comic relief
euphemism
to use a word or phrase in a sense contrary to its normal mea…
going quickly from the serious or sublime to the ridiculous o…
comic episodes in a dramatic or literary work that offset mor…
substituting a mild or vague term for one considered more har…
antiphrasis
to use a word or phrase in a sense contrary to its normal mea…
bathos
going quickly from the serious or sublime to the ridiculous o…
27 terms
Satire
Burlesque (Form of Satire)
Caricature (Form of Satire)
Farce (Form of Satire)
Lampoon (Form of Satire)
a literary, dramatic, or musical work intended to cause laugh…
the subject's distinctive or unique features are deliberately…
A light-hearted work that exaggerates a character or faults o…
A broad satirical work that attacks a particular group or typ…
Burlesque (Form of Satire)
a literary, dramatic, or musical work intended to cause laugh…
Caricature (Form of Satire)
the subject's distinctive or unique features are deliberately…
Satire
Protest
Purpose
Techniques used
Pretends...
Disagreement
Wants to shame reader/audience ridicule
Humor, exaggeration, sarcasm, irony
To take seriously or take opposing side
Protest
Disagreement
Purpose
Wants to shame reader/audience ridicule
Satire
Satire
Inference
Invective
Parody
Writing that exposes the failings (vice of folly) of individu…
Information derived by reasoning.
The harsh denunciation of some person or thing in abusive spe…
Imitation of serious work or style in a ridiculous manner (Sa…
Satire
Writing that exposes the failings (vice of folly) of individu…
Inference
Information derived by reasoning.
12 terms
Satire
Mockery
Parody
Mock Heroic
Sarcasm
Subject of laughter or scorn
Mocking imitation of a person, literary work, or movie
exaggeration by elevating the trivial to a level higher than…
Using praise to mock someone
Mockery
Subject of laughter or scorn
Parody
Mocking imitation of a person, literary work, or movie
14 terms
Satire
Paradox
Burlesque
Caricature
Burlesque
Is a statement or situation which might be actually true or w…
Ridiculous exaggeration
Low satire, focus on personal or stereotypical characteristics
Has no point except to be funny
Paradox
Is a statement or situation which might be actually true or w…
Burlesque
Ridiculous exaggeration
Satire
Jargon
Satire
Travesty
Invective
Special words or phrases that are used by a particular profes…
Literary work that mocks or ridicules the stupidity or vices…
To imitate something in a ridiculing way. A false, absurd, or…
Strong, verbal abuse characterized by curses and insults
Jargon
Special words or phrases that are used by a particular profes…
Satire
Literary work that mocks or ridicules the stupidity or vices…
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