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    1. Critic Terry Teachout describes Warhol’s art as “a burlesque of democracy, Tocqueville’s worst dream come to life

    2. A burlesque club, me? Oh no

    3. What business he has with a burlesque

    4. But not because of his burlesque touch it ceased to have a certain tone of misfortune, so I stanched my laughter with respect and answer:

    5. It was mostly musicians and dancers with a burlesque show,

    6. burlesque star Ian Blackburn


    8. burlesque on the great architect of the universe

    9. So why let Tom and Dick forever close our eyes and seal our mouths, dictating to us a religious teaching? On its very face it is an obvious farce and an extravagant burlesque on the great architect of the universe

    10. And nothing has given a greater shock to many men of searching and acute parts, and more than ordinary capacities, than the insisting upon and pressing the vulgar topics of the natural immortality, immateriality, and spirituality of the soul, of all which it’s so difficult to form any idea, and thus we find too often that by the unsatisfactory management of them they only minister matter of burlesque, buffoonery, scorn, and contempt, for the asserting of which we find our philosophical theologies run down and silenced most shamefully, by even illiterates, and women, very frequently, in conversation

    11. troupes in theatrical vaudevil e and burlesque occasioned both fun and admiration for so

    12. What, if instead of a mere string of farcical misadventures, he were to make his tale a burlesque of one of these books, caricaturing their style, incidents, and spirit?

    13. In the Second Part it is the spirit rather than the incidents of the chivalry romances that is the subject of the burlesque

    14. This is what Cervantes deals with in Don Quixote's passion for Dulcinea, and in no instance has he carried out the burlesque more happily

    15. In the same manner all the characters of the two bands advanced and retired, and each executed its figures, and delivered its verses, some of them graceful, some burlesque, but Don Quixote's memory (though he had an excellent one) only carried away those that have been just quoted

    16. On reaching the gates of the town, which was a walled one, the municipality came forth to meet him, the bells rang out a peal, and the inhabitants showed every sign of general satisfaction; and with great pomp they conducted him to the principal church to give thanks to God, and then with burlesque ceremonies they presented him with the keys of the town, and acknowledged him as perpetual governor of the island of Barataria

    17. She used to be a burlesque stripper or something

    18. They trooped into Minsky’s Burlesque and came out with wide eyes and sheepish grins, though Johnny White confided his personal opinion in his journal: “It was foul

    19. The whole burlesque business, he thought, was worth following up to the end

    20. He rose to his feet and, hand on heart, made her a burlesque bow

    21. Rex stood in the charge-room looking the embodiment indeed, the burlesque - of power and prosperity; he wore a fur-lined overcoat with broad astrakhan lapels and a silk hat

    22. In fact, it was so perfect that it verged on the burlesque, though Pittypat did not see it

    23. How could there be any commonness in a man so well-bred, so ambitious of social distinction, so generous and unusual in his views of social duty? As easily as there may be stupidity in a man of genius if you take him unawares on the wrong subject, or as many a man who has the best will to advance the social millennium might be ill-inspired in imagining its lighter pleasures; unable to go beyond Offenbach's music, or the brilliant punning in the last burlesque

    24. What a marvel is such a city! it is a strange thing that this grandioseness and this burlesque should be amicable neighbors, that all this majesty should not be thrown into disorder by all this parody, and that the same mouth can to-day blow into the trump of the Judgment Day, and to-morrow into the reed-flute! Paris has a sovereign joviality

    25. It would be quite a burlesque

    26. The old Orient had something fairy-like (about it), but nothing burlesque

    27. This is why the prisoners take such pleasure in boasting and exaggerating in burlesque fashion their own unhappy personality

    28. I am expecting a splendid burlesque now

    29. In those days Nikolay Vsyevolodovitch used to call this gentleman his Falstaff; that must be," he explained suddenly, "some old burlesque character, at whom every one laughs, and who is willing to let every one laugh at him, if only they'll pay him for it

    30. There was a rumour afterwards that Lyamshin had stolen this burlesque from a talented and modest young man of his acquaintance, whose name remained unknown

    31. 3), but he savors a little of burlesque

    32. When the people are permitted to appear, as they do in Cade's rebellion, to which Shakespeare has assigned the character of the rising under Wat Tyler, they are made the subject of burlesque

    33. Of course Katenka sided with her mother and, in general, there became established between Avdotia and ourselves, from the day of her arrival, the most extraordinary and burlesque order of relations

    34. In later life I often had occasion to remark, in the case of other families whose members anticipated among themselves relations not altogether harmonious, the sort of provisional, burlesque relations which they formed for daily use; and it was just such relations as those which now became established between ourselves and our stepmother

    35. She had come to lend terpsichorean relief to an amateur performance of burlesque in the neighborhood, and her appearance transformed Veynes, in a single night, from a conscientious brigand to a distracted and distracting piece of stage furniture; though it is but fair to add he was not the only one affected; for none of his brother bandits were, when slain—while Miss Rosamond was upon the stage—as stiff as their previous rigidity had led one to expect

    36. Melvill did poor Capus into the sort of language that is encountered in burlesque at little Mr

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    burlesque lampoon mockery parody pasquinade put-on send-up sendup spoof takeoff travesty