Satire Quizzes & Trivia
Satire is one of the best way that writers use to express themselves. It has been use to throw jabs at political figures throughout time. How conversant are you with how to use it to put your information accurately across?...
Questions: 8 | Attempts: 183 | Last updated: Jul 31, 2018
Sample QuestionSatire is a term that only applies to literature.
A quiz to see if you were paying attention
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 111 | Last updated: Sep 14, 2018
Sample QuestionSatire is text or performance that does not use irony, derision, or wit to expose or attack human vice, foolishness, or stupidity.
Questions: 3 | Attempts: 102 | Last updated: Sep 14, 2018
Sample QuestionThe main purpose of Satire and Parody is to
A quiz for my English class about Fake news shows like the Colbert Report and Daily Show
Questions: 6 | Attempts: 19 | Last updated: Jan 11, 2013
Sample QuestionI Watch Satirical news show on a regular basis...
What is the basic use of a satire?
In literature, several books and short stories contain satire. Satire is also a genre in literature or art. Satire is making fun of something. It could be making fun of the main character, minor character or the topic. An author would choose to write
Should satire be legal?
Satire is legal in the United States and always has been. It is legal due to our first amendment rights. In our first amendment, it states that the citizens in the U.S. are free to publish mostly anything they want including satire. However, there ar
When and how did the word "Satire" come from?
Satire is a common genre seen in literature. The main purpose of using satire as a work of literature is to make fun of something. The thing that is being made fun of can be a character or the topic that is being discussed. Two elements commonly seen
What are the types of satire in the English literature?More
Satire is one genre in literature or art, but there are different types of satire that could be used by an author when writing a piece. These include the different types of irony. There is verbal irony, dramatic irony, socratic irony and situational