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Humphrey Carpenter. A Great, Silly Grin: The British Satire Boom of the 1960s. PublicAffairs. 2002. 391pp.

Judith Frank. Common Ground: Eighteenth-Century English Satiric Fiction and the Poor. Stanford University Press. 2002. 248pp.

Daniel M. Hooley. Roman Satire. Blackwell Publishing. 2007. 189pp.

Matthew J. Kinservik. Disciplining Satire: The Censorship of Satiric Comedy on the Eighteenth-Century London Stage. Bucknell University Press. 2002. 301pp.

Thomas R. Preston. Not in Timon's Manner: Feeling, Misanthropy, and Satire in Eighteenth-century England. University of Alabama Press. 1975. 217pp.

George Austin Test. Satire: Spirit and Art. University Press of Florida. 1991. 300pp.

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