Isn’t it ironic?. Satire, Irony, Sarcasm and more fun. What’s the difference?. Sarcasm- often an exaggerated form of irony. It’s more obvious and meant to hurt someone
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Isn’t it ironic?
Satire, Irony, Sarcasm and more fun
and sometimes sarcasm to mock. Often shows problems with society, sometimes hopes to change them. Common targets of satire include individuals ("personal satire"), types of people, social groups, institutions, and human nature. Like tragedy and comedy, satire is often a mode of writing introduced into various literary forms; it is only a genre when it is the governing principle of a work. Same with Irony