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A satirical engraving of Wilkes by William Hogarth, who shows him with a demonic-looking wig, crossed eyes, and two editions of his The North Briton: Numbers 17 ( in which he attacked, amongst others, Hogarth ) and the famous 45.
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Boitard's engraving, ' Imports from France ', provided a satirical look at Londoners ' passion for French luxury goods and manners.
There are no extant examples of this style of undergarment, and only one illustration, a satirical Dutch engraving of c1600, that shows the bumroll being affixed by a tiring-woman .. From contemporary references, and the visual cues provided by the engraving, it appears to have consisted of a bolster-like roll either stuffed or held out with reeds which, being fastened around the hips, served the purpose of widening the skirts at the hip area, creating drapes.
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Later, Wallace played the maid on the satirical series That's My Bush !, and in 2009, appeared on the daytime soap The Young and the Restless where she played an inefficient assistant kidnapper, Annie Wilkes.
Typical of Wilkes, the title was a satirical take on the Earl's newspaper, The Briton, with North Briton referring to Scotland.
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A brisk, satirical spoof of contemporary American mores entitled `` An American Journey '' was given its first New York performance at Hunter College Playhouse last night by the Helen Tamiris-Daniel Nagrin Dance Company.
A Modest Proposal for Preventing the Children of Poor People From Being a Burden on Their Parents or Country, and for Making Them Beneficial to the Publick, commonly referred to as A Modest Proposal, is a Juvenalian satirical essay written and published anonymously by Jonathan Swift in 1729.
The satirical element of the pamphlet is often only understood after the reader notes the allusions made by Swift to the attitudes of landlords, such as the following: " I grant this food may be somewhat dear, and therefore very proper for Landlords, who as they have already devoured most of the Parents, seem to have the best Title to the Children.
James Johnson argued that A Modest Proposal was largely influenced and inspired by Tertullian ’ s Apology: a satirical attack against early Roman persecution of Christianity.
Highlights of the strip's final decades include " Boomchik " ( 1961 ), in which America's international prestige is saved by Mammy Yokum, " Daisy Mae Steps Out " ( 1966 ), a female-empowering tale of Daisy's brazenly audacious “ homewrecker gland ," " The Lips of Marcia Perkins " ( 1967 ), a satirical, thinly-veiled commentary on venereal disease and public health warnings, " Ignoble Savages " ( 1968 ), in which the Mob takes over Harvard, and " Corporal Crock " ( 1973 ), in which Bullmoose reveals his reactionary cartoon role model, in a tale of obsession and the fanatical world of comic book collecting.
This usage dates from 1843 when Punch magazine applied the term to satirical drawings in its pages, particularly sketches by John Leech.
" The Elephant " from Camille Saint-Saëns ' The Carnival of the Animals is a satirical portrait of the double bass, and American virtuoso Gary Karr made his televised debut playing " The Swan " ( originally written for the cello ) with the New York Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein.
As a satirical utopia, Erewhon has sometimes been compared to Gulliver's Travels ( 1726 ), a classic novel by Jonathan Swift ; the image of Utopia in this latter case also bears strong parallels with the self-view of the British Empire at the time.
a satirical attack on the traditions of the European society, of the Catholic Church and popular superstitions, written in 1509, published in 1511, dedicated to his friend, Sir Thomas More, and inspired by De triumpho stultitiae, written by Italian humanist Faustino Perisauli born at Tredozio, near Forlì.
Formula fiction should not be confused with pastiche ( the mimicking of another work or author's style ), though the latter by its nature may include elements of the former ; the same holds true of some parody and satirical works as well, which may well include formulaic elements such as common stereotypes or caricatures, or which may use formulaic elements in order to mock them or point out their supposedly cliché or unrealistic nature.
Awareness of the brand was spread in Britain by the satirical political magazine " Private Eye " which ran a cartoon series " The Adventures of Barry McKenzie ", featuring a bumbling Foster's swilling Australian expatriate, from about 1964 onwards.
A barely veiled satirical interpretation of Castaneda's work, Viaggio a Tulun was published in 1989 as a graphic novel with artwork by Milo Manara and as Trip to Tulum in America in 1990.
However, in the last couple of years the British graffiti scene has been struck by self-titled ' art terrorist ' Banksy, who has revolutionized the style of UK graffiti ( bringing to the forefront stencils to aid the speed of painting ) as well as the content ; making his work largely satirical of the sociological state of cities, or the political climate of war, often using monkeys and rats as motifs.
This campaign was sponsored by the free newsweekly East Bay Express as a satirical comment on the recall.
* Penguin Island, a 1908 French satirical novel by the Nobel Prize winning author Anatole France, narrates the fictional history of a Great Auk population that is mistakenly baptized by a nearsighted missionary.
The motif was also adopted by Lucian of Samosata in his " Sale of Creeds ," in which the duo is sold together as a complementary product in the satirical auction of philosophers.
* Yes Minister, a satirical sitcom about a generic British government, widely described by politicians as accurate
A satirical song published in The Times newspaper of 1789 referring to the rumoured clandestine marriage between Prince Regent and Mrs. Fitzherbert also reflects this symbolic usage of the broomstick imagery: “ Their way to consummation was by hopping o ’ er a broom, sir ”, and there are plentiful other examples of ‘ broomstick ’ being using in other contemporary contexts but all with a similar implication of dubiousness or fakery.
The conventionalized scrawny, French revolutionary sans-culottes Jacobin, was developed from about 1790 by British satirical artists James Gillray, Thomas Rowlandson and George Cruikshank.
Only one issue was ever published, but it was relatively successful, largely owing to the inclusion of Heinrich Heine's satirical odes on King Ludwig of Bavaria, which led to those copies sent to Germany being confiscated by the state's police force.
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Seth Putnam's lyrics are notorious for their black comedy, while The Locust tend toward satirical collage, indebted to William S. Burroughs ' cut-up method.
William George Rushton, commonly known as Willie Rushton ( 18 August 1937 – 11 December 1996 ) was an English cartoonist, satirist, comedian, actor and performer who co-founded the Private Eye satirical magazine.
His best-known plays are the tragedies The Changeling ( written with William Rowley ) and Women Beware Women, and the cynically satirical city comedy A Chaste Maid in Cheapside.
Heine's mode was satirical attack: against the Kings of Bavaria and Prussia ( he never for one moment shared the belief that Frederick William IV might be more liberal ); against the political torpor of the German people ; and against the greed and cruelty of the ruling class.
Hunter was the basis for the character " Jack Tearguts " in William Blake's unfinished satirical novel, An Island in the Moon.
March of the Guards to Finchley ( 1750 ), William Hogarth's satirical masterpiece, donated by the artist to the Foundling Hospital. The Committee Room, one of the original eighteenth century interiors, is the room where mothers intending to leave their babies would be interviewed for suitability.
In 1808 he published The Simpliciad, this satirical poem was addressed in verse to William Wordsworth, Robert Southey and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, with notes relating to his parodies and allusions to the originals.
If a satirical account in two poems by the poet William Dunbar is based in fact, the castle walls may have been the site of an attempt at human-powered flight, c. 1509, by the Italian alchemist and abbot of Tongland, John Damian.
These at first were generally conventional English language works which were either satirical or fashionably pastoral in the manner of William Shenstone.
Ronald William Fordham Searle CBE, RDI ( 3 March 1920 – 30 December 2011 ) was a British artist and satirical cartoonist.
Merry was the subject of a satirical poem, “ The Baviad ”, written by a contemporary, William Gifford.
This is reflected in one of the most notable satires of the affair, Alexander Pope and William Pulteney's anonymous satirical ballad The Discovery ; or, The Squire Turn'd Ferret.
According to many sources, Deedes was the journalist used by Evelyn Waugh as the model and inspiration for the hapless William Boot, protagonist of the satirical novel Scoop.
He also published from 1794 to 1799 an Ausführliche Erklärung der Hogarthischen Kupferstiche, in which he described the satirical details in William Hogarth's prints.
Ben did satirical portrayals of William Shatner as Star Trek's Captain Kirk, Al Pacino, Arsenio Hall, U2's Bono and Yakoff Smirnoff.
William Jacob " Will " Cuppy ( August 23, 1884 – September 19, 1949 ) was an American humorist and literary critic, known for his satirical books about nature and historical figures.
George Horne's publications included a satirical pamphlet entitled The Theology and Philosophy of Cicero's Somnium Scipionis ( 1751 ), a defense of the Hutchinsonians ( 1753 ), and critiques on William Law ( 1758 ) and Benjamin Kennicott ( 1760 ).
March of the Guards to Finchley ( 1750 ), William Hogarth's satirical depiction of troops mustered to defend London from the 1745 Jacobite rebellion.
In 1926 he and two other rebellious writers, Roy Campbell and William Plomer, published a satirical magazine called Voorslag () which promoted a more racially integrated South Africa ; it lasted for three issues before being forced to shut down because of its radical views.
She was 72, and their elderly marriage was greeted by a satirical cartoon entitled " Sweet William & Grizzell-or-Newington nunnery in an uproar !!!
The Bagnio | The Bagnio ( 1743 in art | 1743 ), fifth in the Marriage à-la-mode ( Hogarth ) | Marriage à-la-mode series of satirical paintings by William Hogarth: The Earl catches his wife in the Turk's Head Bagnio with her lover, who makes his escape through the window.
Sorrows of Werther is a satirical poem by William Makepeace Thackeray written in response to the enormous success of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's novel The Sorrows of Young Werther.