John Mullan (19 อ่าน)
John Mullan, Professor of English at University College London is a literary polymath, but his most recent book, The Artful Dickens, portrays Dickens as an ingenious satirist and "innovator who broke all the rules".) When asked if satire should set out to change the world, Mullan tells BBC Culture, "Satire is a negative art… it does not come with some kind of manifesto for a better world. It tells you what's wrong; it doesn't tell you what you should do." So political satire often sets out to do as much damage as possible, to sweep away; this perhaps accounts for its savagery.
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