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There are two types of satire: Horatian and Juvenalian Horatian satire is: tolerant, witty, wise and self-effacing Juvenalian satire is: angry, caustic, resentful, personal Menippean satire is named after Menippus, and most closely resembles Juvenal's ideas on satire; however, it lacks the focus of a primary target. Rather than a single target, it takes a scattergun approach that aims poisonous prongs at multiple targets. As well as not sustaining narrative and being more rhapsodic, Menippean satire is also more mental. That said, this type of humor is typically baser at the same time.
Humor A.exaggeration: the formalized walk of Charlie Chaplin, the facial and body contortions of Jim Carrey B.understatement: Fielding’s description of a grossly fat and repulsively ugly Mrs. Slipslop: “She was not remarkably handsome.” C.incongruity D.deflation: the English professor mispronounces a word, the President slips and bangs his head leaving the helicopter, etc. E.linguistic games: malapropisms, weird rhymes, etc. F.surprise: twist endings, unexpected events https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dI6t vCbPePg
Irony Literary device in which there is an incongruity or discordance between what one says or does, and what one means or what is generally understood. https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=kJp2XAWma_I https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=kJp2XAWma_I
Invective name calling, personal abuse, etc. Invective is abusive or insulting language. Invective comes from the Latin invectus, which translates as "attack with words." It can be a word or phrase that is meant to insult or degrade. As an adjective, it means anything that contains abusive language, like a letter or spoken words. Article
Mock Encomium praise which is only apparent and which suggests blame instead https://prezi.com/vthsz_qf2gqf/sa tire-and-consumerism/ https://prezi.com/vthsz_qf2gqf/sa tire-and-consumerism/ SNL
Grotesque: creating a tension between laughter and horror or revulsion; the essence of all “sick humor: or “black humor” http://www.slate.com/blogs/bro wbeat/2015/01/07/charlie_hebdo _covers_religious_satire_cartoons_ translated_and_explained.html http://www.slate.com/blogs/bro wbeat/2015/01/07/charlie_hebdo _covers_religious_satire_cartoons_ translated_and_explained.html
Comic Juxtaposition: linking together with no commentary items which normally do not go together; Pope’s line in Rape of the Lock: “Puffs, patches, bibles, and billet-doux” http://s301.photobucket.com/use r/meena6/media/comicjuctaposi tion.gif.html http://s301.photobucket.com/use r/meena6/media/comicjuctaposi tion.gif.html
Mock Epic/Mock Heroic: using elevated diction and devices from the epic or the heroic to deal with low or trivial subjects Article Rape of the Lock
Parody: mimicking the style and/or techniques of something or someone else https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=ikssfUhAlgg https://www.youtube.com/watch ?v=ikssfUhAlgg
Inflation: taking a real-life situation and blowing it out of proportion to make it ridiculous and showcase its faults http://thecolbertreport.cc.com/vi deos/w6itwj/the-word---sink-or- swim http://thecolbertreport.cc.com/vi deos/w6itwj/the-word---sink-or- swim
Diminution: taking a real-life situation and reducing it to make it ridiculous and showcase its faults http://thedailyshow.cc.com/videos/ii culo/weak-constitution http://thedailyshow.cc.com/videos/ii culo/weak-constitution
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