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  • For example, his section on "James Joyce as Parodist" draws not on "Ulysses," as one might expect given the novel's many imitations of literary styles, but on Joyce's letters and "casual writings," where, as Mr. Gross says, he "was happy to play the parodist pure and unalloyed."

    The Sincerest Form of Ridicule

  • Something Old, Nothing New: Wodehouse the Parodist skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Wodehouse the Parodist

  • This type of use would normally require a Licensing agreement between the Licensor ( IP holder ) and the Licensee ( Parodist )defining Royalties/Guarantees.

    Paying for parodies

  • Many times a Parody is a derivative work used in cross branding by the Parodist for their own financial gain.

    Paying for parodies

  • That Ace Parodist and butcher-of-sacred-cows par excellence, Iowahawk, made his own inimitable contribution, below :

    Archive 2005-09-01

  • Parodist, etc. Oedipus and the Wreck (1888), Horace at Cambridge

    A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature

  • I went in to block a vandal, and I noticed that the Parodist / Liberal Parodist was removed from the potential block reasonings.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • I went in to block a vandal, and I noticed that the Parodist/Liberal Parodist was removed from the potential block reasonings.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Peaches Geldof: The Parodist On Nylon Cobbles And Contradictions

    British Blogs

  • Sarah Palin Fights Back, Wants To Parody Her Parodist

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