And his account of the singer's visit to China is a masterpiece of comic burlesque .
In the first - the Orwellian - culture becomes a prison, whereas in the second - - the Huxleyan - culture becomes a burlesque .
The roster of tattooed, pierced misfits and post-punk gals has become a phenomenon with a recent burlesque revue touring North America.
Le Notre's coat of arms is nothing if not a burlesque of heraldic traditions.
burlesque Shakespearean stanzas
A burlesque dancer called Lily does a striptease and a celebrity hunt fails to find Sir Sean Connery.
the argument descends into music-hall burlesque
The city has served as more than a backdrop in many of his novels; it is a central locale for the celebration of a native English tradition of spectacle, ritual observances, and festive burlesque .
Certainly, he made use of all that is available in the repertoire of humour: irony, satire, parody and burlesque .
Rap beauty EVE, who once worked as a stripper before hitting musical success, plays a burlesque dancer in her advertisement.