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THE MEANING OF SATIRE II
SATIRES ORIGIN AND HISTORY
MAIN LINES OF THE ATTACK
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Absalom and Achitophel Addison apologia Arbuthnot argument Aristophanes attack Augustan critics Augustan satire Beggar's Opera Boileau censure characters Churchill Churchill's Colley Cibber comedy contemporary Corbyn Morris Dacier defence of satire defenders Dictionary Discourse Dryden Dryden's Essays Dunciad effect eighteenth century English Epistle to Dr Essay on Ridicule example follies Gildon Greek Gulliver's Travels Hipponax Horace and Juvenal Horace's Horatian Horatian satire humour Ibid instance invective John Johnson Joseph Warton Juvenal Juvenal's kind of satire lampoon late seventeenth laugh laughter letter libel lines literary Lucilius malice mankind moral opinion Oxford particular Persius personal satire poet Poetry political Pope Pope's Correspondence Pope's Poems Preface railing raillery Rapin readers reason reference reform regarded Roman satire satire's satirist satura Satyr sense slander society sort Spectator Steele Swift Tatler thing tion Trapp truth verse vice virtue William William Cleland William Hogarth write satire wrote