ludicrous imitation

See: parody
References in classic literature ?
Look at us now!" and Sambo gave a ludicrous imitation of Adolph's manner; "here's de airs and graces.
The twelve chapters cover a wide range of black women's experience: the special strength of the black woman and of her motherly advice, the impact on her of physical image and of the black community and church, the joys and problems of loving black (sometimes white) men, black self-denigrating and self-correcting humor, and the ways of dealing with oppressive white society by ludicrous imitation or fierce opposition.