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Satire & Parody

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Nancy Kuei

on 27 February 2013

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Transcript of Satire & Parody

The World of Satire satire Parody, satire, or both? satire (n.) any work that uses humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to criticize stupidity or vices, to bring about change
satiric, satirical (adj.)
satirize (v.) parody (n.) an imitation of the style of a particular writer, work, or genre with deliberate exaggeration for humor and/or ridicule
(v.) to copy the style of a famous artist or work for humor and/or ridicule The Simpsons' writers parody Twilight: Parody, satire, or both? Which parts are imitations of something else? Is the purpose of the imitation purely for fun? Or does it seem to carry a message? Parody, satire, or both? Which parts are imitations of something else? Is the purpose of the imitation purely for fun? Or does it seem to carry a message? To give you some context for the SNL skit, here is a reel of the real commercials:
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