A fun read that satirizes the blue notes of the high arts as well as cashes in on the nostalgia of the Belle Époque.
Boogie Woogie satirizes the New York and London art scenes with an all-star cast and wicked humor.
It satirizes and parodies the romanticised, pessimistic accounts of rural life by writers like Thomas Hardy and Mary Webb.
Most extreme is the Bible of Guiot de Provens: it satirizes the entire age, sicle puant et orrible.
Shakespeare often satirizes the ignorant use of learned terms at his time.
She satirizes human foibles and weaknesses, showing ghosts that gossip and gormandize, simper and swear as they did in life.
He satirizes only the selfish, and the hard-hearted, and the cruel.
He is full of sly fun and delicate humour; like Horace he satirizes without wounding, and “plays around the heart.”
Jourdain is the name under which Molire satirizes such a character.
Horace Walpole satirizes the vile practice of thus glorifying criminals.