The world is a perpetual caricature of itself;
at every moment it is the mockery and the contradiction of what it is pretending to be.
When writing a novel a writer should create living people;
people not characters. A character is a caricature.
All cartoon characters and fables must be exaggeration, caricatures.
It is the very nature of fantasy and fable.
Every uneducated person is a caricature of himself.
A caricature is putting the face of a joke on the body of a truth.
The best portraits are those in which there is a slight mixture of caricature.
Caricature is rough truth.
Zoos are becoming facsimiles - or perhaps caricatures - of how animals once were in their natural habitat. If the right policies toward nature were pursued, we would need no zoos at all.
I came to the conclusion months ago, and I said it to members of Congress, that the only way people are going to fully appreciate what this reform is if we pass it and implement it and it becomes not a caricature but a reality, and I still believe that. So I think it will be easier to sell it moving forward than it was to this point.
The problem became this: We became a caricature of ourselves.
We were after light, and it began to look as though we were after heat, not to reveal some information or not to find out the story.
Animation is different from other parts.
Its language is the language of caricature. Our most difficult job was to develop the cartoon's unnatural but seemingly natural anatomy for humans and animals.
I've always looked upon the Ducks as caricature human beings.
Perhaps I've been years writing in that middle world that J.R.R. Tolkien describes, and never knew it.
Sometimes we tend to focus more on the personalities and the conflicts, and it really caricatures the issues.
For too long, opponents of the PATRIOT Act have transformed this law into a grossly distorted caricature that bears no relation to the legislation itself.
I guess when I first started speaking with an American accent, there's a tendency to create a caricature of the accent because you just exaggerate the pieces that stand out to you.
The press creates a caricature.
The caricature of science is that we hold tight to the theories we have, and shun challenges to them. That's just not true. In fact, we hold our highest rewards for those scientists who can prove others wrong. And by the way, they are famous in their own lifetimes. We don't wait until they're dead.
Drag breaks the fourth wall, which is why it's never been quite accepted, because nobody wants to be told that they are really a caricature of themself and to not take yourself too seriously.
I see in Cambridge, particularly among the women dons, a series of such grotesques! It is almost like a caricature series from Dickens to see our head table at Newnham.
What's natural is beautiful, and when you're not you anymore, you become a caricature.
A simple caricature, a simple sketch - that's fine.
There's nothing wrong with that. But if you draw up a caricature... if you associate that subject with the things you're not supposed to, then, of course, you can't expect that to be acceptable.