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By Ruben Quintero

ISBN-10: 1405119551

ISBN-13: 9781405119559

This number of twenty-nine unique essays, surveys satire from its emergence in Western literature to the present.

  • Tracks satire from its first appearances within the prophetic books of the previous testomony in the course of the Renaissance and the English culture in satire to Michael Moore’s satirical motion picture Fahrenheit 9/11.
  • Highlights the real effect of the Bible within the literary and cultural improvement of Western satire.
  • Focused normally on significant classical and ecu affects on and works of English satire, but additionally explores the advanced and fertile cultural cross-semination in the culture of literary satire.

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1982) The Great Code: The Bible and Literature. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. —— (1990) Words with Power: Being a Second Study of the Bible and Literature. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Jemielity, Thomas (1992) Satire and the Hebrew Prophets. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox Press. Rosenheim, Jr, Edward W. (1963) Swift and the Satirist’s Art. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ) (1976) The New English Bible with the Apocrypha. Oxford Study Edition. New York: Oxford University Press.

Jane Austen’s Elizabeth Bennett will not allow her mother’s ga-ga attitude toward any suitor to become her own. This shrewd, cheeky, early-twenties heroine turns down two proposals of marriage before finally, and only at the second bidding, accepting Darcy. She will not allow desperation to dictate her choice, as it does in the case of her best friend, Charlotte Lucas. Elizabeth is clear-headedly aware as well that her six years junior status vis-a`-vis her friend gives her no small advantage in treading warily on the road to marriage.

Such images take ordinarily respected subjects and present them in humiliating pictures, images of nakedness, as in Isaiah, or images of contemptible hypersexuality, as in Jeremiah. In the prophets, dissatisfactions with the prophetic life itself can themselves be the target of demeaning presentation. Jeremiah often complains of the hardship of a prophet’s life and sounds like a second Jonah, seeking to cast off the burden of God’s call. In one instance, Jeremiah accuses Yahweh of having tricked him: ‘‘O Lord, thou hast duped me, and I have been thy dupe; thou has outwitted me and hast prevailed.

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