A satire survives only so long as the person or the thing satirized is remembered.
"The Great Events by Famous Historians, Vol. 1-20" by Various
The satire is savage; and the quiver of wrath is perceptible in many a sledge-hammer phrase.
"Essays on Scandinavian Literature" by Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen
Baron Deprivyseal seconded him with great effect, brief but bitter, satirical and sore.
"The Young Duke" by Benjamin Disraeli
A writer of satires is of necessity satirical, and Sotheby, like "Wordswords and Co.," made excellent "copy.
"The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 4" by Lord Byron
Even the players ventured to be satirical on the subject.
"Art in England" by Dutton Cook
Hence satirical books and prints, under temperate regulations, check the dissoluteness of the great.
"Real Life In London, Volumes I. and II." by Pierce Egan
Satires III and X, like Horace's Poems, are prostituted by Parliamentary and vulgar use, and should lie by for a while.
"Letters of Edward FitzGerald in Two Volumes Vol. II" by Edward FitzGerald
Wit he has also, and satire.
"The Nabob, Volume 1 (of 2)" by Alphonse Daudet
The addresses of these mayors, written by Foote, Garrick, Wilks, and others, are satires and political squibs.
"Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama" by E. Cobham Brewer
Satire was quite in the spirit of the age, and Kantemir devoted himself to it.
"A Survey of Russian Literature, with Selections" by Isabel Florence Hapgood
His heart abrim with hate
His lips all clad in satire,
He wanders down a thorny path
His wrathful lyre in hand.
"On The Day Of Gogol's Death" by Nikolay Alekseyevich Nekrasov
"O God, why this hocus satiric!"
I cried in my anguish:
"O once Loved, of fair Unforgotten—
That Thing—meant it thee!
"My Cicely" by Thomas Hardy
The wit who deals his darts around,
At satire's altar kneeling;
From whose assaults his dearest friend,
Not pure affection may defend,
Denies the power of feeling.
"A Fragment" by Elizabeth Bath
All the holidays long chant some heavenly song,
Mere sing-song, or satire, ne'er mind;
But trust in the Lord, and in his holy word,
From whom you sure pardon shall find.
"Another Invitation, Or Exhortation To Worship Christ Jesus" by Rees Prichard
Renown'd for lyric and satiric lay,
A two-fold poet, I
Shall on strong wing be upward borne
Above the liquid sky;
No more shall earth my spirit bind—
To heav'n I'll soar, and envy leave behind.
"From Horace: Book II:Ode II" by Peter John Allan
Father, mother, sister, brother -
Memories clear as evening bells; Yes, the very sort of thing
All your clever little scribblers Love to satirize and sting, So let's talk of something else.
He collected stamps, you know, Commonplace Old Squirrel.
"The Escape of the Old Grey Squirrel" by Alfred Noyes
If you're here looking for what has recently become a predictable dose of political satire, I'm sorry.
After 22 years of speaking satire to power, the creator of Troubletown moves on.
I thought this satirical article was very well done.
SATIRE Rachel Figueroa-Levin is Twitter's @ElBloombito.
New novel Lionel Asbo displays his gift for satire.
Sometimes a headline and a photo is all satire needs to nail the point home.
Erratic Satire 'Thunder' Bites Hollywood.
Play takes satiric aim at American gun violence.
Now we've got satiric Park51 Twitter feeds.
Capitalism gets a look in the satiric Threepenny Opera.
"We used to have a name for Right Wing satire ," he says.
Even in the contemptus mundi of satire .
There are enough such satires that they've become a subgenre themselves.
Steve Martin was Colbert's guest Wednesday on the late-night satirical show "The Colbert Report," where Martin was promoting his new novel, "An Object of Beauty.
Logo of the satirical news agency The Onion.