Have you heard of the type of poetry and literature known as
parody? Not sure what it is exactly? In this class, I’ll explain what parody is by showing you an example of a poem that is a parody. This is where one writer takes an earlier, well-known piece of literature, and imitates it in a humorous way. So basically, it’s a literary joke! My example comes from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, by the famous Victorian writer, Lewis Carroll. I hope you enjoy it! If you do, make sure to watch more of my poetry & literature series of classes.