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Definition of Pasquinade
Pasquinade Pas`quin*ade", n. [F. pasquinade, It. pasquinata.]
A lampoon or satirical writing. --Macaulay.
Pasquinade Pas`quin*ade", v. t.
To lampoon, to satirize.
Meaning of Pasquinade from wikipedia
- A pasquinade
is a form of satire, usually
an anonymous brief lampoon
or prose, and can also be seen as a form of literary
- "heaven for the nobility") is found
in an anonymous
text (a pasquinade
) entitled Regnum Polonorum
est. Stanisław Kot in 1937 surmised
- attaching anonymous criticisms
to its base. The satirical literary
(or "pasquil") takes
its name from this tradition. The actual
- World” “Neo****” today
is a pathological parody which
came from crude pasquinade Visconti
(“The ****ed”) or weak-minded trash-exploitation in the style...
this, an anonymous contemporary Roman satirist quipped
in a pasquinade
(a publicly posted
poem) that quod non fecerunt barbari fecerunt
- Hermeti**** Poetic
Edda The Lady of Escalot
and One Nights
(satirical poems) glued
to the Talking Statues
of Rome. They still
- most prominent
rival, Pasquin. As at the other
five "talking statues", pasquinades
— irreverent satires poking
fun at public figures
— were posted
- in the Letters
or Voltaire's Candide, or scurrilous
as in pasquinades
. In the tradition
of anonymous British political
criticism, The Federalist...
- Pasquino became
that his name was turned
into an English
, which means
a satirical protest
in poetry. A number
of popes, who were...
- (USA) 1958 Never
Say Die Nasrullah Singing
Gr**** Bed O Roses Preciptic Pasquinade
Dam Morning Games
(USA) 1976 Grey Dawn (FR) 1962 Herbager Vandale
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