Then, of course, he lets loose his own brand of warped satire and humour.
Some pointed out the film's emotional power, others its use of irony and satire to criticize fascism.
For many readers, this moment of unexpected sexual explicitness drives the general grittiness of Horace's satire beyond the pale of propriety.
a stinging satire on American politics
Cynicism is best countered by wit and humour, satire and sarcasm.
The play is to be perceived as a satire on big business, which these piddling rogues try to emulate and, in their puny way, supposedly mirror.
A period of classicism in the eighteenth century saw the development of political and social satire , comedy, and romanticism.
But I mostly appreciated the book for its great mixture of black humour, satire and teenage rebellion.
In English literature, satire may be held to have begun with Chaucer, who was followed by many 15th-cent. writers, including Dunbar.
The film is an incisive satire on religion and British society, with the Church of England hierarchy particularly coming in for a skewering.