English IV

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I'm have a hard time with this project. Based on the restoration and the 18th century, I have to write a prose satire aimed at changing the attitude of my audience. Please help!!!

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    I suggest you start by brainstorming the people or events that YOU can poke fun at. Extreme liberals? Extreme conservatives? Politicians? Jocks? Nerds? Reality shows?

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