Use Of Satire In Good Omens: The End Of The World

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The Apocalypse, also known as The Rapture, The End, The End of The World, The War between Angels and Demons, or the final destruction of the world can be described in the biblical book of Revelation. For centuries the apocalypse is included in the teachings or imagery of several religions. The apocalypse is usually revealed as a disclosure of knowledge of a dream or vision from a prophet to prophetic, And it plays out in different scenarios or interpretations for religious communities. Religious people pronounced the apocalypse, often in association with current events and figures, to alarm everyone. The Fear of the end has become in many ways a natural part of our humanity. Sometimes it takes some interesting minds to make fun of the believers with the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices to interpret The End of the World. Satire is used in the books, films, and comic books interpret stories about the lives of religious deities in the Apocalypse.
Most characters in these satirical stories may not relate to their true predecessors of biblical books but will spin off the origins with alternative motives. For instance, modern super villain named
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In Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch is a 1990 World Fantasy Comedy novel, written as collaboration with English authors Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. The book is about the birth of the son of Satan, the Antichrist coming in the last days. An Angel and Demon, Aziraphale and Crowley attempts to sabotage the apocalypse. Both have grown to their human customs spending six thousand years on Earth and have formed "the sort of sensible arrangement that many isolated agents, working in awkward conditions a long way from their superiors, reach with their opposite number" (p

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