Satire: Spirit and Art

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University of South Florida Press, 1991 - Literary Criticism - 300 pages
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Tracking his subject wherever it leads, Test finally locates satire living like a stranger in the basement. Even then it won't be trapped. Defining satire is like trying to put a shadow in a sack, he observes. What he brings upstairs - the fiercest form - is an encylopedic, historical analysis of satire.

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I recently watched Pewdiepie and wondered y he was a nazi. I then realized that it was satire. Being the unintelligent human i am i found this book. 10/10 read great book. pewdiepie the "nazi" would agree. agin 11/10. 1/10 greatest fighter. great book.

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