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Satire

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  • 1. Satire Mr. Authier English 10
  • 2. Satire is . . .
    • A literary work which holds up human vices and follies to ridicule and scorn
  • 3. Satire includes the use of . . .
    • Mockery/Parody
    • Pathos
    • Irony
    • Understatement/Overstatement
    • Caricature
    • Mock-heroic
  • 4. Mockery
    • To make fun of something
  • 5. Parody
    • Mockery of a specific known person, literary work, or movie
  • 6. Pathos
    • To go from the serious to the ridiculous quickly
  • 7. Irony
    • Verbal, Situational, Dramatic
    • Really?!
  • 8. Understatement
    • To say less than you mean to say
    • Indiana Jones - Holy Grail Scene
  • 9. Overstatement
    • To say more than you mean to say (hyperbole)
  • 10. Caricature
    • A drawing/film/etc. of someone’s or something’s physical characteristics
  • 11. Mock-Heroic
    • Imitates, yet exaggerates and distorts, the literary epic and its style

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