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10 Topic Pages Found in Popular Culture and starting with the letter S
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Open Satire

Satire is both a mode and a genre of verse and prose lit. that adopts a critical attitude toward its target with the goal of censuring human folly.

Open Science fiction
Science fiction

For many earnest science professionals, interest in scientific fields was spawned by the fiction of Mary Shelley, H. G. Wells, Jules Verne, Isaac

Serling, Rod, 1924-1975

Each week throughout its five-year run between 1959 and 1964, a television series called The Twilight Zone lured its audiences into an alternate


vernacular vocabulary not generally acceptable in formal usage. It is notable for its liveliness, humor, emphasis, brevity, novelty, and exaggeration.

Open Starr, Ringo (Richard Starkey) (1940 - )
Starr, Ringo (Richard Starkey) (1940 - )

In contrast to the more exploratory and innovatory solo careers of his fellow Beatles , Starr successfully sustained his cheerful, easy-going Beatles

Open Star Wars films
Star Wars films

Star Wars is the collective term for a franchise of media texts and products based on a core of six motion pictures. The original trilogy of Star Wars

Sting (Musician)

English pop singer, songwriter, bass player, and actor. As a member of the trio the Police (1977–86), he had UK No. 1 hits with ‘Message in a Bottle’

Open Superheroes

Beginning in 1938 with the appearance of Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster's Superman in Action Comics #1 (published then by National Periodical

Open Superstition

A deep-rooted but irrational belief in the supernatural, and especially in omens and luck; a rite or practice based on such a belief. Since ancient

Swift, Taylor, 1989-

US pop and country music singer, songwriter, and guitarist. After releasing her debut self-titled album in 2006, at the age of 16, she achieved