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Prize Papers satirical.
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She is the editor responsible for acquiring and publishing the last two winners of the Man Booker prize: Papers at the London Book book was so timely, and I just think satire is a very. A satire is a literary work that tries to arouse the reader's disapproval of an object — a vice, an abuse, a faulty belief — by holding it up to ridicule. Satirists use euphemism, irony, exaggeration, and understatement to show, with a greater or lesser degree of levity, the follies of mankind and the paradoxes and idiocy that they can lead to.
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