List of satirists and satires  

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Below is an incomplete list of writers, cartoonists and others known for their involvement in satirehumorous social criticism. They are grouped by era and listed by year of birth. Also included is a list of modern satires.

Contents

Early satirical authors

Ancient satire

Medieval, Early Modern and 18th Century satirists

Modern satirists (born 1800–1900)

Modern satirists (born 1900–1930)

Modern satirists (born 1930–1960)


Modern satirists (born 1960–present)

Notable satires in contemporary popular culture

In modern culture, much satire is often the work of several individuals collectively, as in magazines and television. Hence the following list.

Books

  • Gordon, William A. Four Dead in Ohio: Was There a Conspiracy at Kent State? Lake Forest, CA: North Ridge Books, 1995.

Print

Television and radio

Music

Film

Video games

Internet





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