Table of contents for A companion to satire : ancient and modern / edited by Ruben Quintero.

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Illustrations viii
Notes on Contributors ix
Acknowledgments xiv
Introduction: Understanding Satire 1
Ruben Quintero
Part I Biblical World to European Renaissance 13
1 Ancient Biblical Satire 15
Thomas Jemielity
2 Defining the Art of Blame: Classical Satire 31
Catherine Keane
3 Medieval Satire 52
Laura Kendrick
4 Rabelais and French Renaissance Satire 70
Edwin M. Duval
5 Satire of the Spanish Golden Age 86
Alberta Gatti
6 Verse Satire in the English Renaissance 101
Ejner J. Jensen
7 Renaissance Prose Satire: Italy and England 118
W. Scott Blanchard
Part II Restoration and Eighteenth-century England and France 137
8 Satire in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-century France 139
Russell Goulbourne
9 Dramatic Satire in the Restoration and Eighteenth Century 161
Jean I. Marsden
10 Dryden and Restoration Satire 176
Dustin Griffin
11 Jonathan Swift 196
Frank Boyle
12 Pope and Augustan Verse Satire 212
Ruben Quintero
13 Satiric Spirits of the Later Eighteenth Century: Johnson to Crabbe 233
James Engell
14 Restoration and Eighteenth-century Satiric Fiction 257
Joseph F. Bartolomeo
15 Gendering Satire: Behn to Burney 276
Claudia Thomas Kairoff
16 Pictorial Satire: From Emblem to Expression 293
Ronald Paulson
Part III Nineteenth Century to Contemporary 325
17 The Hidden Agenda of Romantic Satire: Carlyle and Heine 327
Peter Brier
18 Nineteenth-century Satiric Poetry 340
Steven E. Jones
19 Narrative Satire in the Nineteenth Century 361
Frank Palmeri
20 American Satire: Beginnings through Mark Twain 377
Linda A. Morris
21 Twentieth-century Fictional Satire 400
Valentine Cunningham
22 Verse Satire in the Twentieth Century 434
Timothy Steele
23 Satire in Modern and Contemporary Theater 460
Christopher J. Herr
24 Irish Satire 476
Jose Lanters
Part IV The Practice of Satire 493
25 Modes of Mockery: The Significance of Mock-poetic Forms in the Enlightenment 495
Blanford Parker
26 Irony and Satire 510
Zoja Pavlovskis-Petit
27 Mock-biblical Satire from Medieval to Modern 525
Michael F. Suarez
28 The Satiric Character Sketch 550
David F. Venturo
29 The Secret Life of Satire 568
Melinda Alliker Rabb
Index 585

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Satire -- History and criticism.