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Writing a Satire

Writing a Satire
Writing a Satire
Writing a Satire
Writing a Satire
Writing a Satire
Writing a Satire
Writing a Satire
Writing a Satire
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Assignment:
Write a satire: a literary work that ridicules a subject--an institution, person, trend, practice, idea, etc.--by presenting that subject with ironic humor calculated to expose various absurdities (follies, abuses, stupidities) associated with the subject. Horatian satire (named after the Roman poet, Horace) is gentle and somewhat sympathetic toward its subject; Juvenalian satire (from the Roman poet, Juvenal) is bitter and blasts away at human corruption with scathing moral indignation. You may choose which of these techniques to use.

Includes rubric and specific satiric strategies.
Total Pages
3 pages
Answer Key
Rubric only
Teaching Duration
N/A
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