- Poetic satire
- Satiric poetry
- Satirical poetry
- Satirical verse
- Verse satires
- found: Wikipedia, Dec. 30, 2011 (Satire is primarily a literary genre or form ... Although satire is usually meant to be funny, its greater purpose is often constructive social criticism, using wit as a weapon; In the 1590s a new wave of verse satire broke with the publication of Hall's Virgidemiarum, six books of verse satires targeting everything from literary fads to corrupt noblemen; satire in verse)
- found: English verse satire in the eighteenth century, 2010, via NeoEnglish system blog, viewed Dec. 30, 2011 ("Pope and Dr. Johnson gave the English language some of its best verse satires"; "Swift, as we have already said, was the greatest prose satirist of the age. But he also wrote some verse satires.")
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