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Satirical analysis of 'Thank you for smoking' and 'Catch 22'. Compares the two texts in a comparative essay and outlines fundamentals of a satirical text
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Satire Essay ‘What justifies the work of a satirist is their desire to act as a guardian of standards, ideals and truth.’ A satirist’s work is justified not through an attempted guidance of society however it is justified through the concerns that the composer has for general society. Justifiable satire is achievable if the composer acts as a guardian of morally correct standards, ideals and truths. An individuals ...
... ethics had disappeared or become corrupt. A satirist’s work is not justified in them guiding society to their own ideals because it is what they fight against. Effective and justifiable satire provides a problem in society and attempts to provide a solution. In both ‘Thank You For Smoking’ and Catch 22, social problems are identified and solutions are offered through characters having stable morals throughout the entirety of the text.
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