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In a propelled sense, spoof (from the Greek: κωμῳδία, kōmōidía) suggests any discussion or work generally proposed to be senseless or engaging by starting laughing, especially in theater, TV, film, and stand-up comic show. The origin of the term are found in Ancient Greece. In the Athenian vote based framework, the well known supposition of voters was affected by the political satire performed by the comic journalists at the theaters. The ostentatious sort of Greek comic show can be portrayed as a hair-raising execution which pits two get-togethers or social requests against each other in an engaging agon or battle. Northrop Frye depicted these two negating sides as an "Overall population of Youth" and an "Overall population of the Old". A changed point of view depicts the fundamental agon of satire as a fight between a decently feeble youth and the societal conventions that stance obstacles to his trusts. In this fight, the youthful is appreciated to be obliged by his nonappearance of social power, and is left with negligible choice however to take reaction in traps which affect to a great degree passionate disjointedness which impels laughing'
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