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



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

1.5 The Significance of the study
This study aims to know how to define "Satire, and what function and importance this device has generally in literature- to show how Orwell attempts to send a message to every society concerning political Satire. In addition to this , the result expected would work to elaborate ore clearly what is Satire as literary technique , also to give the readers a clear understanding of how Satire was exemplified is Orwell's' novels , and encourage the other readers of literature to focus not only on just reading for gaining vocabularies and expressions, but also understanding the writers techniques used in converging their message powerfully.
1.6 The Methodology of the Study
The methodology used in preparing this study is descriptive analysis approach. The tools which were used in this study and collect the data are from books journals and the novels as the primary source. The data might be analyzed literally critically, throughout the writing of the research use in analytical approach.
1.7 Limits of the Study
This study is limited on Satire as one of the literary techniques used in Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty four, written by Orwell, an English writer. For the purpose of achieving the researcher specifically deal with Satire as literary techniques that is used to satirizes the hole society which violated its ideal and the urge of

power and authority is also Satirized , once the ruler hold the power, pharaoh, Nimrod or Stalin, the purpose is same. Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty Four were literary technique analysis via elaborating how the said Satire advanced the plot and the theme to convey the message. The researcher just in a lesser extend explained two novels for emphasis purposes
1.8 Definitions of key terms and List of Abbreviations
1- Satire
Sarcasm, irony or wit used to ridicule or mock – poke fun of make something seem foolish and laughable.
2-Irnoy
The actual intent is expressed in words, which carry the opposite meaning. Harsh in wording than Sarcasm, It is lighter, less harsh in wording than sarcasm, though more cutting because of its indirectness
3 - Sarcasm.
A sharply mocking or contemptuous remark, the term came from the Greek ward "SarKazein" which means to tear flesh. "Bitter words meant to hurt the feelings.



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