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This article was analyzed the satire in Vladimir Mayakovskij's drama “Misteriya-Buff”. First, in order to understand his satire, this study was researched into the target of satire and layers through correlation between the Soviet satire in the 1920s and Mayakovskij's satire, and the conflict of the characters as shown in the “Misteriya-Buff”. The most important feature of this satirical drama is polarization of the recognition for the acceptance of the Russian Revolution and the civil war. The Russian Revolution to the 1920s was received a different evaluation by the soviet writer, and image of communist, who was created by the revolution also showed different patterns. The Companion writers, as Evgeni Zamyatin and Mikhail Bulgakov, were very critical and negative about viewpoints of the revolution and civil war. On the other hand, Mayakovskij was understood the revolution in his dramas, as intrinsic boundary, for transform about the human history and world of utopia. Also was recognized the civil war, as destroy for the new world. Moreover, the flood of revolution, appeared in the drama “Misteriya-Buff”, was process of destruction and creation, and was recognized the concept of purgation about wrong from the past Soviet. The most prominent target of satire is foreign and foreigner in drama “Misteriya-Buff”, all of them was seen as a negative image. Mayakovskij shows ignobility and vulgarity of imperialism through the actions of the British, the French, the Germans. Also has been sharply criticized snobbery and mammonism of capitalism through the Americans and Ethiopian emperor. Therefore, he express that imperialism's and capitalism's snobbery is as image of unnecessary Soviet Socialist, and as a negative symbol to interfere with the sacred Soviet. Accordingly, Mayakovskij was trying to show that utopia he dreamed is utopia of earth, which everyone can feel rather than the illusion utopia. And he saw pure Soviet as a model, rather than European imperialism and capitalism. Also he had satirize and caricature Biblical world, as device for them to maximize.