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The Oxford book of parodies

John Gross

The Oxford book of parodies

by John Gross

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Parodies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Other titlesBook of parodies
    Statementedited by John Gross
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR1111.P38 O84 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 339 p.
    Number of Pages339
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27120826M
    ISBN 10019954882X
    ISBN 109780199548828
    OCLC/WorldCa464581538

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The Oxford Book of Parodies Edited by John Gross. A hugely entertaining anthology encompassing light skits, boisterous send-ups, and savage lampoons, ranging from the broadly comic to the subtle and erudite, from popular nursery rhymes to literary classics.

The Oxford Book of Parodies. Parodies come in all shapes and sizes. There are broad parodies and subtle parodies, ingenious imitations and knockabout spoofs, scornful lampoons and affectionate pastiches. Parodies come in all shapes and sizes. There are broad parodies and subtle parodies, ingenious imitations and knockabout spoofs, scornful lampoons and affectionate pastiches.

All these varieties, and many others, are represented in this stunning new anthology, which provides an unparalleled introduction to the parodist's art.

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"John Gross's new anthology of parodies in English (with a few foreign titbits) has samples both high and low of this diverse genre."--The Economist 15/07/ About the Author. John Gross was a freelance author, anthologist, and book reviewer.

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An unparalleled introduction to the parodist's art, The Oxford Book of Parodies includes parodies from Chaucer to the present day, ranging from imitations and spoofs to lampoons and pastiches, It also takes in advertisements, legal rituals, political warfare and a scientific hoax.

The Oxford Book of Parodies by Edited by John Gross (Freelance author, anthologist, and book reviewer) Parodies come in all shapes and sizes. There are broad parodies and subtle parodies, ingenious imitations and knockabout spoofs, scornful lampoons and affectionate : Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Oxford Book of Parodies at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.

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'The Oxford Book of Parodies'. Edited by John Gross. Aug. 27, pm ET. Introduction. A parody is an imitation which exaggerates the characteristics of a work or a style for comic effect. Such is the broad definition on which most dictionaries or reference books agree.

Parody is hard to do and it's even harder to do well. Some of the best examples -- or worst, depending on your point of view -- have been collected in a new book. Literary parody is often described as verbal caricature. It's true that both parody and caricature rely on the exaggeration of quirks and idiosyncrasies for satiric purposes.

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