Thomas Moore

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Irish poet who wrote nostalgic and patriotic verse (1779-1852)


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Thomas Moore's The Fudge Family in Paris is a case in point.
Of course Dyer touches on some of the relatively well known romantic-era satires such as Byron's Vision of Judgment and Shelley's Peter Bell the Third, but he also offers intriguing readings of rarely read texts such as Mathias' Pursuits of Literature, a popular and influential Juvenalian satire published in several editions of the 1790s and after, John Wolcot's ("Peter Pindar's") numerous comical satires on prominent public figures of the day, and on later works such as Moore's Fudge Family, Leigh Hunt's Ultra-Crepidarius, and the Morgans' Mohawks.