Renaissance satire  

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Two major satirists of Europe in the Renaissance were Giovanni Boccaccio and François Rabelais. Other examples of Renaissance satire include Till Eulenspiegel, Reynard the Fox, Sebastian Brant's Narrenschiff (1494), Erasmus' Moriae Encomium (1509) and Thomas More's Utopia (1516).

Religious satire surfaced during the Renaissance, with works by Chaucer, the afore-mentioned Erasmus and Durer.

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