Burlesque Types

Burlesque Types

A Lesson by Thomas Fitzgerald
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Burlesque Types consist of a story, play, or essay, that treats a serious subject ridiculously, or is simply a trivial story. A Parody is a type of high burlesque which imitates or exaggerates the serious manner and characteristic features of a particular literary work. Parody is a device of satire.

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Any Burlesque show

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