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1 April, 08:06

What is a satire? A. A short story that follows the basic plot line of another earlier story and tries to Breathe new life into it.

B. A form of writing that criticizes a person, group, or Society, using indirect, often disguised, methods.

C. A brief story designed to illustrate a general truth about humans, often using animal as characters.

D. A short story set firmly in reality, told to illustrate a moral or religious lessons that humans should learn.

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    B. A form of writing that criticizes a person, group, or Society, using indirect, often disguised, methods.

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    Satire is an ancient literary genre that elaborates through irony, sarcasm, humor, and finesse a critique of certain values, beliefs or behaviors that a person or a group of people may hold like desirable but that, through closer and acute inspection, are revealed as unjust, unbearable, unsustainable or just simply ridiculous. The prose of Jonathan Swift is a good example of satire.
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