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Definition of Pasquinade

Pasquinade
Pasquinade Pas`quin*ade", n. [F. pasquinade, It. pasquinata.] A lampoon or satirical writing. --Macaulay.
Pasquinade
Pasquinade Pas`quin*ade", v. t. To lampoon, to satirize.

Meaning of Pasquinade from wikipedia

- A pasquinade or pasquil is a form of satire, usually an anonymous brief lampoon in verse or prose, and can also be seen as a form of literary caricature...
- for Jews". The earliest written attestation is an anonymous 1606 Latin pasquinade that begins, "Regnum Polonorum est". In 1937 Stanisław Kot surmised that...
- attaching anonymous criticisms to its base. The satirical literary form pasquinade (or "pasquil") takes its name from this tradition. The actual subject...
- Concerning this, an anonymous contemporary Roman satirist quipped in a pasquinade (a publicly posted poem) that quod non fecerunt barbari fecerunt Barberini...
- the American Revolution. Canards, the successors of the 16th century pasquinade, were sold in Paris on the street for two centuries, starting in the 17th...
- behind a mask of urbanity. Scabrous verse libels of the type known as pasquinades were particularly abundant during the conclave which followed Leo's death...
- post-Napoleonic Moscow, or, as a high official in the play styled it, "a pasquinade on Moscow." The play, written in 1823 in the countryside and in Tiflis...
- safe and can easily be usurped as is demonstrated by the incident of the pasquinade. Language, as powerful as it is, can never be controlled and can just...
- construction of the fountain, the city murmured and talk of riot was in the air. Pasquinade writers protested the construction of the fountain in September 1648 by...
- in the Letters of Junius or Voltaire's Candide, or scurrilous as in pasquinades. In the tradition of anonymous British political criticism, The Federalist...
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