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A Modest Proposal

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Transcript of A Modest Proposal

Jonathan Swift Trinity college at age 14, B.A. by 18!
Moved to England with mother due to finances
Ordained as a priest
In 1710 joined the Tories and published political pamphlet
Wrote a number of works, many religious, such as "Three Sermons and Prayers," "Against Abolishing Christianity," and "The Bickerstaff-Partridge Papers" with a satirical tone. Background on Jonathan Swift Parody vs. Satire What is the difference? by Jonathan Swift "A Modest Proposal" Who was Jonathan Swift? Objective Questions: What is the difference between a parody and a satire? What is irony? What did you think? Satire or Parody? Parody and Satire Defined Parody - "Parody is just a mimicry of an established concept, idea, or a person" Satire -"The use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices" Irony The expression of one's meaning by using language
hat normally signifies the opposite, typically
or humorous or emphatic effect. Born in Dublin, Ireland in 1667
Came from a poor family
Spent some time in England
Moved to Ireland to live with his uncle
Attended Kilkenny Grammar School Early Life Later Years Understanding Parody, Satire, and Irony Who is the audience?
Who are they poking fun at? Questions to Ask Yourself How are these literary elements used? Works Cited http://www.online-literature.com/swift/

http://www.biography.com/people/jonathan-swift-9500342 http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/difference-between-parody-and-satire/ Listen to the song and underline the ironic lines.
Get with a partner and see if you found the same ironic lines Stephen Colbert "Weird Al" Yankovic Dramatic Irony Isn't it Ironic? http://www.englishlanguageterminology.org/dramatic-irony.htm Audience knows, but the character doesn't Verbal Irony Example: "When Romeo finds Juliet in a drugged sleep, he assumes her to be dead and kills himself. Upon awakening to find her dead lover beside her, Juliet then kills herself." Irony Examples:
The cake is as soft as concrete http://www.englishlanguageterminology.org/verbal-irony.htm A contradiction of expectation between what is said and what is meant
(by spoken words!) "For Her" Pen eyePhone Vocabulary in A Modest Proposal Entrance Slip Tomorrow:
Look up the words
Use them in a sentence Sustenance Digressed
Glutted Procure
Deference Brevity
Scrupulous Animosities
Censure Expedient
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