satirist


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satirist

a person who writes satire
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A new investigation has been launched against satirist Bassem Youssef for allegedly insulting Islam
Trim becomes a no-spin zone and our guests and the public take part in a celebration in honour of Jonathan Swift - the greatest satirist in the English language.
With a good satirist, the powerful don't get away with hollow profundities or hypocritical talking points.
RAPSCALLION, wit and genius humourist, Cook's untimely death in 1994 left Britain without its premier satirist.
DuBois first published in 1920, and presents an excerpt from satirist George S.
Parker, who credits much of her interest in the death and resurrection of cultural artifacts to her Catholic upbringing in England, is a marvelous combination of satirist, cultural anthropologist, mad scientist, criminologist, and alchemist, with a gift for making the unnoticed pieces of life relevant and visually compelling.
Satirist John Wells, who died at the weekend, was probably more well known as the man who mimicked Denis Thatcher better than Denis Thatcher.
Harshett speaks not as a theologian but as a satirist here, and his colloquial and proverbial extravagance expresses his own amused Anglican disapproval.
As a young adult, she developed a successful theater career in Russia which culminated in famous satirist Mikhail Jevanetsky's "Political Cabaret," before immigrating to France and thereafter to the United States, where she has produced films and television programs, including the award winning celebrity interview program, "Autograph.
An Egyptian walks past posters of Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef outside a theatre in Cairo
Summary: Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt Thursday welcomed the visit of Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef to Lebanon, saying the country needed people like him to help relieve the "constipated" political class.