Sudan University of Science and Technology College of Graduate Studies College of Languages



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Satire in George..........

2.15 Satire and Irony
Stair andiron are interlinked. Irony is the difference between what is said or done and what is actually meant. Therefore, writers frequently employ Satire to point at the dishonesty and silliness of individuals and society and criticize them by ridiculing them.
2.16 Religious and philosophical Satire
Revolves around the specific critique of the resinous of philosophical beliefs of those who practice a certain faith or doctrine. Religious and philosophical Satire can be employed "attach" religion at large, but renaissance era works of Satire, like hose Chaucer and Erasmus, were often written from the point of view of believers as well as those who would critique religion or philosophy from outside that worldview.
2.17 Misunderstanding Satire
Because it sometimes utilizes elements from several other literary terms, along with analogy, double entendre, exaggeration and even burlesque, it is common to misunderstand or incorrectly define Satire. The term Satire is most commonly conflated with irony, sarcasm, and parody. Irony and Satire can be used in conjunction with one another to make critical observations of an ideal, individual, individual, behavior of institution but as a result of their overlapping usage, their definitions tend to become confused with one another. Both forms of writing or speech constitute a theatrical, indirect form of communication that attacks their "victim, and both ironists and satirists rely on the intelligence of the audience in order to interpret what is being "said.

The key difference between the terms lies in the fact that Satire implies an intrinsic, moral judgment on behalf of the author or the audience, Irony, by contrast, does not make amoral judgment and can be part of an observation while remaining innocuous. According to
Weisgerber's, "Satire censures what is wrong irony intimates that it maybe wrong and … discloses vices as well as virus in an oblique way.

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