“I've long felt that Beck uses tactics like I satirized on the site,” Eiland-Hall told The Daily Beast in an email interview.
The name of this play is not known; probably the King was satirized in a comic scene foisted upon an otherwise innocent piece.
“You are a gentle object,” he satirized her, loosening his hold.
Vituperated by Swift, satirized by Pope, ridiculed by Walpole—what angel could have stood such bedaubing, and from such pens?
Cervantes loved oysters, although he satirized oyster dealers.
One moment he leered at the unconscious Goddess, the next he satirized, in a demoniac dance, the belated Harlequin.
Was she to be ignored, cut, satirized, because she was her father's daughter?
Osborne is satirized in the 'Dunciad,' but, according to Johnson, was so dull that he could not feel the poet's gross satire.
In Butler's Hudibras he is satirized under the name of Sidrophel.
The story is told in a fluent manner, is very witty, and puts in strong relief the various characters which are satirized.