Satire

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A satire is a device used to highlight, expose and criticise people's behaviour. To achieve this, it employs strong irony or sarcasm and some humor. [1] Childish name-calling never forms a part of satire. Parody is a popular sub-form of satire.

Popular Satires

Television

Movies

Literature

Musical Theatre

  • Spamalot
  • Avenue Q
  • Bye, Bye, Birdie

References