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Transcript of Reversal Satire
Night Class (2013) states that reversal satire makes the audience think about what they consider "normal" and why.
Wang, K. (2015). Satire: reversal.
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ReadWriteThink. (2006). Satirical techniques definitions.
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O'Brien, L. (2013). Satire.
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Night Class. (2013). Retrieved from https://blu184.mail.live.com/mail/ViewOfficePreview.aspx?messageid=mgKCmHp8785RGQoNidZ1yJRg2&folderid=flinbox&attindex=0&cp=-1&attdepth=0&n=10265946
Liam O'Brien (2013) states that reversal is the act or instance of reversing two subjects. ReadWriteThink (2006) states that reversal satire presents the opposite of the normal order.
According to Kaya Wang (2015), mice performing experiments on humans is an example of reversal satire. ReadWriteThink (2006) states that serving breakfast for dinner and a young child making decisions for a family are examples of reversal satire.
is an example of reversal satire. He is the youngest, yet he is the most intelligent and makes decisions for the family.