Free essay: irony is the use of words to express something other than and especially the opposite of the literal meaning the book great expectation is all.
Bassem youssef: the joke is mightier than the sword egypt's jon stewart on the enduring role of satire in free—and not-so-free—societies but the truth is, even free societies don't always celebrate free speech in 1962.
Why words are more powerful than weapons the pen is mightier than the sword these words were first written by edward bulwer-lytton in. The pen is mightier than the sword is a metonymic adage, coined by english author edward with a calumny, a scurrilous and bitter jest, a libel, a pasquil, satire, apologue, epigram, stage-play or the like, as with any misfortune whatsoever.
From the massacre comes the phrase “suicidal free speech,” the implication that the pen is not mightier than the sword, but simply earlier.
Mightier than the sword, political satire, caricature, and cartoon on the presidency, presidents and presidential elections opens at the art institute of boston. A metonym is a figure of speech that calls a thing not by its own name “pen” — for the written word — (“the pen is mightier than the sword”).