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Rape of the lock as a social
satire
Contents :
• Definition of satire
• Rape of the lock
• Belinda, a women of 18th
century
• Man nature
• Husband and wives
•...
Definition of satire
•Derived from the Latin word
“satira” .
oIt is a literary attack on the follies
and vices of an indiv...
Rape of the lock as social
satire
• Pope satirizes the young boys, girls
aristocratic women and men, their
free time activ...
Belinda, a women of 18th
century
•The world of Belinda is a world of
fashion or a trivial world.
•The whole life of Belind...
Satirizes man nature
•Pope represents the aristocratic gallants of
the age.
•Pope satirizes man’s nature that is always
we...
• Man sacrifices everything at the alter of
the beauty and even most intelligent man
behave foolishly when he falls a vict...
Satirize husband and wives
•Husband always thinks that their wives
have been marry-making with their lovers.
•Wives are al...
Satirize judges
•Pope satirize judges for making hasty
decisions.
Conclusion
• To sum up, the poem is a reflection of this
artificial and hollow life, painted with a
humorous and delicate ...
THANK You :)
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Rape of the Lock as A Social Satire

  1. 1. Rape of the lock as a social satire
  2. 2. Contents : • Definition of satire • Rape of the lock • Belinda, a women of 18th century • Man nature • Husband and wives • judges
  3. 3. Definition of satire •Derived from the Latin word “satira” . oIt is a literary attack on the follies and vices of an individual or society with a view of correcting them through laughter and ridicule written either in prose or verse.
  4. 4. Rape of the lock as social satire • Pope satirizes the young boys, girls aristocratic women and men, their free time activities, nature of husband and wives, the professionals.
  5. 5. Belinda, a women of 18th century •The world of Belinda is a world of fashion or a trivial world. •The whole life of Belinda is confined to sleeping make up, enjoyment and alluring the affection, malice and submissive nature. •Through Belinda, Pope represent the women of 18th century which are busy in all these stupidities.
  6. 6. Satirizes man nature •Pope represents the aristocratic gallants of the age. •Pope satirizes man’s nature that is always weak at beauty.
  7. 7. • Man sacrifices everything at the alter of the beauty and even most intelligent man behave foolishly when he falls a victim of beauty.
  8. 8. Satirize husband and wives •Husband always thinks that their wives have been marry-making with their lovers. •Wives are also not virtuous at all. •Wives love their lapdogs more than their husbands and the death of husbands is not more shocking than the death of lapdog.
  9. 9. Satirize judges •Pope satirize judges for making hasty decisions.
  10. 10. Conclusion • To sum up, the poem is a reflection of this artificial and hollow life, painted with a humorous and delicate satire. • Through this poem, Pope wants to reform his society. • Pope’s satire is unique intellectual and full of wit and epigram.
  11. 11. THANK You :)

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