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OTHER GENRES Satire and satyr Relationship between the satirist and his
audience ... The great English lexicographer Samuel Johnson defined satire as "
a poem in which wickedness or folly is censured," and more elaborate definitions
Roman satire is hardly more determinate in its structure than in its style; the
poems are so haphazardly organized, ... has pointed out, a structural principle
common to the satires of the Roman poets and their French and English followers
Relationship between the satirist and his audience The public's right to know. is a
far cry, ... The critique of satire may be conveyed Carica- even more potently in
the visual arts than by way of the ture and spoken or written word. In caricature ...
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