One term , h ij ii', commonly tran slated as 'satire', is hardly sufficient to ov r a wid range, from the lofty, moralistic and serious to the o ar se, amoral, immoral , obscene and flippant; from fun and wit to in s ipidity and dullness; from objectivity and distance to anger and emotion; from subtlety and bliqueness to bluntn ess a nd blatancy. Ob viously, 'satire' is an inad qu at translation in many cases: 'invecti .ve ', 'lampoon', 'abuse' and related words are often more exact. 3
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