The series won plaudits from all sides, and its depiction of life in the White House, while slightly parodic
, was acclaimed as the most authentic portrayal of how America's political system functions.
Other Thackeray works examined include Catherine, Barry Lyndon, and The Book of Snobs; ThackerayAEs use of satirical and parodic
techniques is analyzed in these works.
Latham's next chapter, on postmodernist followers, focuses not on novels, but on two shorter parodic
pieces and one novel excerpt.
The board's majority threw that argument out, explaining that the right of the public to use words in the English language in a humorous and parodic
manner does not extend to such words as trademarks if such use is likely to cause confusion.
Whereas Jonathas initially casts the priest's consecration as hocus pocus, used to obscure the absence of transubstantiation from the congregation, the play in turn casts Jonathas's parodic
consecration as the real hocus pocus, attempting to obscure the real presence from the audience.
In the second section, he considers the transmutation of Yiddish drama from the advent of the purim-shpil at the end of the seventeenth century, addressing the adoption of theatre by Judaism despite ritual injunction, the parodic
roots of the purim-shpil and its carnivalesque nature, the purim-rabbi, and the achievements of Yiddish theatre, and the various languages.
Wordsworth's Poetic Collections, Supplementary Writing and Parodic
However, the game's cigarette paper-thin plot and omnipresent parodic
tone struggle to retain their charm throughout.
The book provides a sophisticated, philosophically informed, and enjoyable analysis of poker, its "cultural resonance," and parodic
relationship to contemporary, postindustrial capitalism.
Outside of Europe, Christian Spuck may be best known for his Le Grand Pas de Deux, a witty, parodic
gala favorite, but after 11 years as Stuttgart Ballet's resident choreographer, he is ready to step up to the next level.
Parody, translator Krystyna Anna Steiger remarks, is a complex form, and this book, parodic
in at least a couple of different ways, bears this out.
Mac Conglinne becomes a parodic
Christ figure: he is stripped, scourged, and forced to cut his own passion tree (cesadchrand, 1.