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State whether the statement is true of false:
A parody does not always need to refer to the entire work it's parodying, but can instead pick and choose aspects of it to satirize, exaggerate, disparage, or mock.

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False
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The correct option is A True
It's a universally acknowledged fact that an entire thing or topic or person cannot be parodied. Certain aspects, some qualities or features are taken from them and reworked upon to generate a fun feeling or treated from an alternate perspective to bring out a humorous aspect of the subject. Hence, the statement is true.

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