Title Background

Satire

Satire

Brief survey from twelfth-century Latin satire to Chaucer and L and L’s polemical followers. PPl is a satire of estates and social classes, and especially as anticlerical satire, in forms traditionally seen as “conventional and derivative” but more recently as “given new meanings in new circumstances.”

Volume

Szarmach, et al., Medieval England. 665-67.

Cross Reference

32014

Author

Scase, Wendy