Oct/Nov 2013

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h u m o r  &  s a t i r e

Humor and Satire

Frosty the Abstract

Argues that his freedom from fear, as evinced in his ability to laugh at the life-threatening danger of a humble country greenhouse, is indicative of an Epicurean outlook, and extends this argument with a deep analysis of the key line, "So he said let's run and we'll have some fun now before I melt away."

Tripp Reade


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