lampoon

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lampoon

a satire in prose or verse ridiculing a person, literary work, etc.
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Outside, in the coffee houses, it was the political intrigues that got an airing as the early dawning of the national press began to glow on the horizon; Grub Street prepared to make its mark; and the pamphleteers and lampoonists plied their murky trade.
Except that the lampoonists and tribunes who called on the people to bear witness had left the battlefield at the first signs of public boredom (in order to join with others, more amply supplied with war correspondents).