Stylistic Analysis of George Orwell’s Satirical Style — A Case Study of Animal Farm
Satire in literature 讽刺文学
Ironically is basically including through irony, derision, or wit to attack human vice or folly. In addition, its use dates back to ancient Greek literature, which satirical elements are in some of their plays. The Romans, however, is considered the first true satirist. Horace and Juvenal are from prominent representatives of this group. Jonathan Swift is one of the greatest British ironysatire and one of the first to implement modern journalism. Poor parents are delicate to encourage their children to sell as a concept of food characterizes his most famous essay, A Modest Proposal is In the twentieth century, Sinclair Lewis, HL Mencken, and Tom Wolfe used satire to make to the American middle class customs and Huxley and George Orwell to do with it authoritarian rule insightful observation perception comment. Stephen Colbert is a well-known satirical work now. His TV show, the Colbert Report is a satirical way of inspiration. Gary Trudeau, Doonesbury comics his American record crowd of silly, is an influential print satirist. Onions are a very famous news satire website (Rodden,2003).
Ironically traditionally considered to be a model and moral purpose of literature; satirist wrote: "The moral sense of mission in the public interest concerns." 1 Obviously, ironically often involve the same type of special ethical issues in applied ethics papers do ; for example, Jonathan Swift's a Modest Proposal to solve North Korea in the 18th-century Irish poverty Peter Singer pointed to the "famine, prosperity, moral" English attitude to deal with in the twenty-third world poverty the first world attitude. Obviously, ironically often-used parameters and whether it is aimed at persuading the reader or even your criticism is the goal (Dwan, 2012). However, despite this, despite the fact that the impact of Greek philosophy will have a strong kinship between the writer Roman satire and some of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries recognized the golden age of satire and moral philosophy appears, contemporary literary scholars relations seemed reluctant to provide a clear account of ironic analytic philosophy. Philosophy of art especially for the moral axis relationship is very interested in art philosopher (Carter, 1974). It has about the arts contributed to moral education recent discussions: works of art can be a source of moral knowledge, is trivial by the work itself reasonable (Rodden, 2003). There seems no doubt that the movie can explain philosophical claims or raise philosophical issues, but whether the film can be regarded as his philosophical works of considerable debate. Here obvious kinship with the clear moral mission philosophy and satire (especially ironic movies, such as The Great Dictator Dr. Strangelove or: How THE AUTHOR Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb make a natural fit for satire in philosophical discussions. But the relationship between irony and moral philosopher philosophy has not received the attention either (Rodden, 2010).#p#分页标题#e#
Clearly, irony is not officially raise these arguments, and, in most cases, part of the argument, not even clear. THE AUTHOR do not claim to have strong arguments of analogy, in the text-hidden irony of whole cloth; THE AUTHOR do not want to claim that ordinary readers faithfully build these parameters as part of the formal general reading experience. What is now clear satirical novel formal statement component half. But ironically also prescribe readers real-world knowledge of their background reading experience, and the use of fiction and background knowledge to complete a moral argument (LEVINSON, 2015).
George Orwell’s Satirical Style 乔治奥威尔的讽刺风格
George Orwell is famous for his two final fictions, Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four. These two works are sometimes understood to defend capitalism against socialism. But as Orwell was a committed socialist, this could not have been his intention (Todd, 2016). Orwell's criticisms were directed not against socialism per se but against the Soviet Union and similarly totalitarian regimes. Instead, these fictions were intended as Public Choice-style investigations into which political systems furnished suitable incentive structures to prevent the abuse of power.Example of the basic principles of the unconscious aspects of Orwell has recorded group psychological function. Everyone who reads it can not only identify and describe the phenomenon and the phenomenon of displacement while maintaining unthreatened due to animals. Set by people other than the transfer of classification issues, Orwell was able to "Animal Farm" to avoid psychological complications inevitably in a novel, and then make their own theme, simple political truth. Because of the political climate, "Animal Farm" was not released until August 1945 when on one level, which is in the form of a fairy tale in the form of the communist Soviet satire, many authors think it has a broader and deeper range. A sociologist suggested that it applies to another level and beyond all human government general revolutions; and with these intentions not only appear at the appropriate time, but continued all the time, so that they as a continuous story (Brady, 2016).
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